FAQs on Data Analytics and Automation

  1. What are the Benefits of Data Analytics and Automation for Business and Enterprise?
      • Improved operational efficiency and effectiveness
      • Reduced operational costs
      • Increased productivity and profitability
      • Better and more personalised customer service
      • Quicker development of new products
      • Enhanced availability of management information for better decision making
      • Enable complete integration with other IT systems

     

  2. What are the Benefits of Data Analytics and Automation for the individual? Most people will experience these technologies in the form of Internet of Things, where your phones, televisions and other devices connect to each other through your Wifi and the internet, not to plot against you but to make your life easier. Some of the benefits you can expect are:
    • Improved personal safety and security
    • Better health
    • Reduced power costs
    • Increased monetary savings
    • Better time usage
    • Let us start by defining this two buzzwords:

     

  3. What do this Buzzwords mean?
    • Automation: This is the linking of separate systems and software in such a way that they become self-acting  and able to make intelligent decisions on their own. A car assembly line could be automated, an online ordering system that allows you to download an ebook once you make a payment is an example of a simple automation.
    • Data Analytics examines large amounts of data to uncover hidden patterns, correlations and other insights. With today’s technology, it’s possible to analyze your data and get answers from it almost immediately – an effort that’s slower and less efficient with more traditional business solutions.

     

In order to automate any system or process, the data has to be analysed. How it is analysed will make the difference between intelligent and stupid decisions, all of which affect the outcome of the automation. If you automate your air conditioning system