Are you collecting the data you need? Collecting more data does not necessarily lead to more useful information or better decision-making. In fact, the overcollection of data can lead to wasted resources.
Building Comcare’s Claims Data Architecture
Learn how Data Agility helped Comcare to document their Claims Data Architecture, to improve their understanding of their claims data.
Real-World Examples of Predictive Analytics in Government
Learn how Data Agility designed a solution for genetics and genomic data for the Department of Health in Victoria.
Using a data strategy to achieve long term business objectives
Learn how we solved Sustainability Victoria’s challenge to create a robust data system that could support evidence-based planning for hazardous waste management in Victoria.
Environmental sustainability is at the heart of everything we do
At Data Agility, we have long believed that environmental sustainability is a significant and present challenge. We take a proactive approach to minimising our impact on the environment in the way we operate, the work we do and by the advice we provide.
How data analytics is minimising risk in Victoria
Hazardous waste can pose a potential risk to environmental and human health when not managed appropriately. Data Agility worked with Sustainability Victoria by using data analytics to minimise risk in Victoria.
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Balancing Data Collection and Data Privacy
Organisations are collecting more personal data than ever. Whether to provide a better user experience, improve services and operations, innovate, predict trends, or stay competitive, organisations can extract a lot of value from consumer data.
Organisational Transformation e-book
Data is one of an organisation’s most valuable assets.
Manage data collection processes
How can organisations effectively manage data collection processes and avoid the risks of data overcollection?
Writer: Rob D’Astolto