Digital applications

With a data strategy in place and clarity about the way in which data will deliver success at each of the milestones ahead the digital applications needed can now take shape.

Their purpose is firstly make what’s happening visible – the way that the business is operating, how services are performing, where the opportunities lie to speed things up, take cost out, boost service quality. It is then to provide insights about action – the options available, the choices to make. And to then reveal patterns, relationships and comparisons to support predictions, prescriptive outcomes, and forecasts.


The technology

The visibility that business leaders demand a platform capable of integrating multiple sets of data from across their business, as well as from sources that lie outside the business. The architecture therefore includes the following:

Cloud platform

Developed using Microsoft Azure or the Google Cloud.

Connectivity to other sources

Access to other data sources through Application Programming Interfaces (APIs),

Analysis applications

The ability to define relationships between elements of data that explain business operations.

Connectivity across the business

Connections to other business systems.

Visualisation Layer

An application such as Microsoft Power BI to provide a 'no code' data visualisation.


An infrastructure such as Microsoft 365 through which the communication of outcomes and results can take place.

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