BusinessMinds Participates in #DataForBusiness to Help Danish Companies Try Their Data
BusinessMinds participates in #DataForBusiness to help Danish companies try their data.
When it comes to digitalisation, Denmark is one of the leaders in the EU, but figures show that in terms of companies using their data – Denmark ranks lower than the other neighbor countries. This is where the initiative #DataforBusiness came from – a collaboration between IBM, the Confederation of Danish Industry, Networked Business Initiative, Copenhagen Business School, Technological Institute, The Alexandra Institute and several Danish IT-advisory companies, including BusinessMinds.
Danish companies have the possibility of increasing profits and growth once they start tapping into their data.
“The #DataForBusiness project is based on a tool that has been developed on the basis of empiricism from two ongoing research projects on big data amounting to DKK 14,5 million. The tool is free to use and examines the individual company’s data potential and how it can use existing data to further develop its business. Up to 500 companies are expected to participate in the project and apply the tool to their businesses, which creates the opportunity for each company to benchmark its performance in relation to its industry. Furthermore, the participating companies will be offered access to certified advisors and clear action plans.” – IBM Blog