The Consumer Duty implementation deadline has passed and now you need to think about how you will monitor, analyse, and visualise the data you’re keeping track of. Last week we outlined how to turn your insights into action, but if you need a little help deciding which tools will get the job done, look no further. These are our top resources for working with data:
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Microsoft Power BI
Released in 2014, this business intelligence platform is interactive data visualisation software at its best. It aims to find insight and trends within your dataset, then translates those findings into impact. Microsoft Power BI makes data-driven decision-making for your business simple.
The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI)
The Data Warehouse Institute, founded in 1995, provides valuable tools to elevate your company’s data knowledge. Their podcast Speaking of Data features TDWI experts discussing trends and events in data management. Available through Apple and Spotify, TDWI offers many other resources, such as webinars, seminars, and online courses for your data needs.
Tableau is a powerful data visualisation tool, useful for designing visually impressive charts to illustrate your data story. It comes with hundreds of import options, including CSV, Salesforce, and Google Analytics. Our favourite Tableau feature allows you to plot data in colour-coded geographical maps, giving you immediately arresting visuals to showcase your insights.
The Alan Turing Institute
The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national data science and AI institute. Their website offers access to cutting-edge research projects to inform your data analysis into action, including visualisation, social data science and databases. The institute provides a variety of lectures and seminars on leveraging your data.
This data news portal covers news, events, and expert opinion on everything data-science related.
Awareness of real-time developments in the data science and analytic industries is fundamental to data-driven businesses, and this resource will keep you up-to-date on everything from current trends to AI.
Google Charts does exactly what you’d expect it to. It’s a powerful visualisation tool specialising in the design and creation of fully interactive charts. These can then easily be embedded online for others to use.
Google Charts comes with numerous data import options, and best of all – it’s completely free.
DataIQ offers a wide range of resources, from webinars, articles and reports on DDDM to optimise your business data strategies.
The knowledge comes from leading experts to build a world-class data-driven business culture, improving performance.
DataIQ members include Coventry Building Society, Mind, Rightmove, and The Open University.
Collibra Data Download Podcast
Collibra offers informative podcasts on the impact of data and its influence worldwide. Customers of Collibra collaborate on the pod to delve into issues like generative AI and data, financial data management and harnessing the power of data management.
You can download it through many streaming services, and each episode is a bitesize of 20 minutes for a refreshing hot take on data science.
Data Insights at Eligible
As a responsive consumer platform, Eligible analyses consumer financial and behavioural data in real-time, making sure customers have what they need when they need it to facilitate good outcomes.
With sophisticated reporting options and exclusive insights from aggregated data of over 1 million end-users, we’re revolutionising customer journeys for financial institutions all over the UK.
Get in touch to book your demo and start turning your insights into actions ahead of the Consumer Duty deadline.