From full stack data to human analytics

From geospatial data to purchase histories and social media posts, the vast amount of data generated every second is difficult to imagine, let alone harness. According to IDC, more than 5 billion consumers interact with data everyday, with that number forecasted to reach 6 billion by 2025. The exponential volume of data available has triggered a logical response from businesses, creating departments to capture and collate data, and key jobs such as data miners, analysts, scientists, and Chief Data Officers (CDO), responsible for extracting and analysing data, and developing data strategies within organisations. The challenge of making sense of the mind boggling amount of customer data has also led to the rise of full stack marketing research services.

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