Musgrave Analytics delivers state-of-the-art data analysis solutions

1st March 2017

Musgrave Analytics is a specialist business intelligence provider delivering dashboard design and data analysis services.

We deliver expert data analysis and visualisation solutions to help managers and decision makers plan and monitor their business or organisation and take appropriate action confidently. We work across a wide variety of sectors and are independent of any particular software solution, always exploring the best fit and most cost-effective solution. We seek to combine our specialist analytical and design skills with our clients' in-depth understanding of their own business. Our current emphasis is on the housing and property market and the manufacturing sector, although we have worked across many sectors. For example, we help housing organisations manage assets more effectively and property developers understand the impact of different investment scenarios. At Jaguar Land Rover we have been working for several years on advanced reporting and forecasting solutions. Our success is based on developing long term relationships with customers who understand the need to derive better value from their data but are not sure of the best way of doing that. Typically, we would carry out an information audit exploring data, analysis and communication issues. Later we might develop one or more 'proofs of concept' before helping a client manage a major business intelligence programme. For example, the screen shot in figure 2 is designed to help housing managers understand all aspects of their assets, both in value and management terms. Our continuing growth is based on having a highly skilled team (we have recruited excellent graduates through the RISE internship scheme) that is able to help businesses make the best use of the growing volume and complexity of data. www.musgraveanalytics.com

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