A decision making process based on statistical rules often reflects the structure of a market, how it is at a certain moment in time. The correct use of data analysis can assure us of a competitive advantage but structural changes can, in a brief amount of time, invalidate any statistical rule, regardless of how sound it may be.
While contexts are dynamic, the method used to analyse the data related to them, and to congruently modify the rules on the basis of which we act, stay constant. We could say that a statistical analysis environment is brought to life by analysts who know how to fruitfully work their way through it.
This is the reason why, concurrent with the implementation of decision support systems, we offer ad hoc training. These courses are aimed at putting our clients in a position to be able to conceive and develop new analytical tools, in total autonomy.