As Ai is thought to be the new electricity, we think that data science is the new printing press. More specifically, data are becoming the new raw material of business, for some. For others, it can be the compass to find meaning in the clutter, just like Guttenberg’s printing press triggered the age of enlightenment.
Data science and machine learning are about finding the needle in the haystack. Our goal is to combine private with publicly available data, to the right algorithms with a lot of human intuition and experience and finally find actionable insights.
We’re ready to get to the bottom of any business problem. And we’ll bring data to the battle. In the end it’s all about business goals. We take advantage of all data available to draw a path to achieve your goals. And then we draw it.
Buisness strategy also applies to workflow. If your data is not big and complex then we have an easy one! Cheers to that. If your environment is more complicated and cluttered then we raise the bar and put some extra weight to our data-kettlebells.
“No great marketing decisions have ever been made on qualitative data.” John Sculley – It all starts here. Before we commit to a single strategy decision, we take a step back and think about how we can transform your business.
To join a market means to take its pulse and provide ground for strategic decisions, understand the audience and competition. We define the marketplace, place yourself in relation to your competitors, identify the gaps, and detect the avoidable or crucial aspects.
AI is the new electricity,” said Andrew Ng, Associate Professor of AI at Stanford University, at MIT's EmTech Conference on Artificial Intelligence.
And it’s not something Sci-Fi anymore. It can be a real application serving your day-to-day business. Maybe you need a smart production planner or you need an internal chat bot. Then you’re in the right place. Truthfully we cannot make self-made ice cream...yet!
Ars Analitica was created based on a common magnetism towards data science and wine.
The name itself is coming from the Latin “art of analysis”.
We call it art since there’s not much that we do by the book. That’s what makes us different.
That’s how we can help our customers differentiate from the competition.
Basicaly strip down our clients’ businesses to find the true problems or the unmet potential.
We allow ourselves the freedom to be data-creatives by leveraging our vast experience in more than 100 international projects and a Ph.D in maths which makes a unique blend of business and science.