Information Management and Analytics


Analytics and Information Management

The most important answers to your complex business challenges may be hiding in your data. Deloitte’s Analytics and Information Management practice can help you uncover and unlock the value buried deep inside vast amounts of data. Our global practise provides strategic guidance and implementation services to help companies manage data from disparate sources and convert it into accurate, actionable information that can support fact-driven decision-making and drive competitive advantage.

Our practice addresses the continuum of opportunities in data management, data warehousing, big data, business intelligence, data discovery, advanced analytics and analytics operating models. Deloitte is technology agnostic in our advice, but we are able to implement solutions for all technologies. We also offer off-the-shelf solutions completely tailored to your industry and business lines.

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The insight-driven organization: Management of insights is the key

How can organizations make decisions on the basis of rigorous, data-based insights rather than experience or intuition? If companies are serious about becoming insight-driven organizations, they should focus on how insights are framed, created, marketed, consumed, and stored for reuse. To read our insights click here.

The Disruptive Chat Bots Sizing up real opportunities for business

Chat bots are poised to disrupt the way organisations communicate with their customers. With chat bots adding greater functionality to already popular messaging apps, there is a possibility to lose direct contact with your customers. To read more please click here.

People analytics Gaining speed

The use of analytics in HR is growing, with organizations aggressively building people analytics teams, buying analytics offerings, and developing analytics solutions. HR now has the chance to demonstrate ROI on its analytics efforts, helping to make the case for further investment. Click here to find out more.

Five types of analytics of things Data crunching that goes beyond business intelligence

The copious and complex data generated by the Internet of Things require analytics that go beyond descriptive analytics to include diagnostic, predictive, prescriptive, and automation functions. To find out more click here.


Meet our leaders

Simon Murphy

Simon Murphy

Partner - Consulting

Simon is the Business Operations Partner Lead in Ireland and Deloitte North South Europe. The Business Operations offerings portfolio includes Systems Engineering, Cloud Engineering & Transformation, ... More