A new breed of consultants

Management consulting meets advanced analytics. QVARTZ Analytics delivers and realizes new insights and business impact based on advanced analytics and data science.

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News

Human rights through data

August 16, 2019

Senior Consultant Søren Laursen has developed a new analytics tool that can operationalize human rights data through interactive visuals and help NGOs work more efficiently with the complex processes around UN mechanisms.

Case

Data-driven customer offering

Decreasing customer churn through a data-driven customer offering

Tool
Insight

Good Data Intelligence

July 2, 2019

Is your organization heavily dependent on data? How healthy is the data on which important business decisions are being made? What are the good and bad points? How can you improve it?

Service
Job

Can you make an impact through data?

Engagement Partner, Sydney
News

Fusing data analytics and business understanding

June 12, 2019

In a recent Computerworld article, QVARTZ Analytics Partner Jens Friis Hjortegaard discusses the immense potential of combining data analytics and business understanding.

Publication

Predictive maintenance

July 2, 2019

With this perspective, QVARTZ Analytics aims to highlight that predictive maintenance is about more than mere technology. It is not just about the data and analytics, but more about the choices you make at various stages to maximize the value it can create for your business.

Location

Sydney

Level 24, Three International Towers,

300 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo, Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

Belief
Case

Intelligent leads

Increasing lead conversion rates through the use of intelligent leads allocation system

Belief
Service
Tool
Service
News

A fruitful collaboration

June 10, 2019

Egil Becker, Partner in QVARTZ, recently demystified machine learning and artificial intelligence to more than 150 members of the Norway Post leadership team.

Sector
Service
Case

Fraud Analytics

Reducing ATM skimming through the development of a new fraud detection model

Belief