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.
Learn how Data Agility helped Comcare to document their Claims Data Architecture, to improve their understanding of their claims data.
Learn how Data Agility designed a solution for genetics and genomic data for the Department of Health in Victoria.
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.
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.
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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Sports across codes and the world expect decision makers, like referees, to make perfect decisions with the tech and data they have at their fingertips. The passion of the sports fan and the desire for the ref to make the correct ‘call’ is not going anywhere. So is technology to blame? Is the data inaccurate? Or is human error unavoidable? Let’s explore.