Helping organisations make better, more informed decisions, faster

The power is in your data. Together we can unleash your maximum potential.

Who we are

Multi-award-winning data, analytics and AI consultancy, derived from Stanford, MIT, Oxford, CERN, and more. We are physicists, engineers, data scientists and researchers who harness and refine data to help our partners grow their businesses

What we do

Identifying data-driven opportunities

Together we identify and clarify your data-driven opportunities to innovate and improve performance across sectors within your organisation.

Decision-making

We deliver impactful cutting-edge data, analytics and AI solutions to help you achieve desired outcomes and gain competitive advantages.

Enhancing data ecosystems

Understanding your data structure and knowing what data to prioritise to your organisational desired outcomes is key. Together we assess, analyse and build your essential data ecosystems.

Making the complex simple

We capture and visualise data in simple and intuitive ways. The tools we develop break down complexity and optimise operational decision making.

From unstructured data to insights

We refine, structure, aggregate and normalise vast amounts of data to help you establish the correct platform to become truly data-driven. By structuring the unstructured we are able to create true and reliable informational insights for better decision-making.

Data platforms

Our team of physicists, engineers, computer scientists, data scientists and researchers can work either within your existing infrastructure and visualisation platform, or help you establish new platforms. We work across a variery of platforms and tools delivered by Microsoft Azure, Amazon (AWS), Google Cloud, Tableau, Power BI, Qlik and many more.

Process

Process

Thinking big - but starting small

  1. 1

    We assess and identify - analyse and prioritise

    With an analytical data-driven approach, and one of the strongest data, analytics and AI teams in Scandinavia we assess, identify, analyse and prioritise needs and desired outcomes.

  2. 2

    We handle and prepare vast amounts of data

    We relate data to business challenges and desired outcomes. We construct datasets from initial raw data and use both internal and external data.

  3. 3

    We design and advance insights through models

    Our team designs, builds and tests predictive models and algorithms, evaluates performance technically and tests effectiveness against business objectives.

  4. 4

    We turn insights into actions

    We create new insights and simplicity, thereby improving your decision-making process.

  5. 5

    Adopt, enable, empower

    We build capabilities to ensure that data-driven decision-making processes are successfully enacted upon across all stakeholder levels.

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Imagine if you could disrupt predictability

We believe that the coming decade will be all about using data better. This is where organisations will find their true competitive edge. We work across a variety of verticals and are here to help organisations unleash their maximum potential through data.

Meet our advisory board member

Meet our advisory board member

Dr. habil. Christian Igel

Our advisory board is a who's who of leaders and inspirers from within their fields, providing insight, guidance and best practices.

Dr. habil. Christian Igel is a professor in machine learning at DIKU and Director of SCIENCE AI Centre, University of Copenhagen. He is widely recognised for his knowledge within machine learning / artificial intelligence and has published a vast number of groundbreaking papers within the area of machine learning algorithms.

Christian Igel joined DIKU in 2010 and has been Director of Science AI Centre since 2018, which is set out to strengthen research and collaborations within artificial intelligence across the Faculty of Science and to manifest University of Copenhagen as a key player within artificial intelligence.

Meet our advisory board member

Meet our advisory board member

Prof. Pierre Pinson

Dr. Pierre Pinson is widely recognised within the fields of decision-making, forecasting, operations research and energy systems. Lately he has made significant contribution to e.g. peer-to-peer markets- and collaborative and market based analytics.

He has been a Professor at DTU since 2013, while he is the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Forecasting (IJF). The IJF is the leading journal in the science and practice of predictive analytics, with the objectives to unify the field, to bridge the gap between theory and practice, and to eventually make forecasting useful and relevant for decision and policy makers.