Peace Health: Data as a Service

July 7, 2016

Finding, acquiring and linking data requires significant effort before analysis can even begin. According to the New York Times, this “data wrangling” or “data janitor work” can consume between 50-80% of an analyst’s time. 

Peace Health sought to reduce the time their analysts were spending on data wrangling and allow them to spend more time generating actionable insights. Learn more about how Peace Health is breathing new life into their analytics strategy and away with 5 benefits of data-as-a-service. 

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