Australian companies suck at data analytics
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First published by Byron Connolly (CIO) 24 July, 2018 12:37

They rated lowest in the world in terms of maturity and impact.

Australian organisations lag behind the rest of the world when it comes to extracting value from their data analytics efforts.

The 50 local businesses analysed for a new report by Melbourne Business School and AT Kearney scored lower across the board than their global counterparts in terms of maturity (how developed their analytics capabilities are) and impact (how much value their analytics operations give to the bottom line).

The organisations spoke to more than 400 companies across 34 countries with an average revenue of $US3.8 billion.

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