Data management

You've got data, and you want to make the most of it. Using a rigorous analysis of your current data and a data organization strategy, we work with you to create business intelligence with customized analysis tools.
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Revealing the invisible

You want to create business intelligence to optimize decision-making. Our award-winning experts will work with you, whatever your technological maturity.

It all starts with a rigorous analysis of your current data systems. We then help you structure and centralize your information.

A solid organization of your data, combined with a deeper understanding of your business objectives, enables the design and development of powerful, tailor-made analysis tools.

We develop interactive dashboards and visualization tools that provide a holistic picture of your company’s performance.

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Data strategy

Our aim is not simply to sort and structure this information, but rather to decode, analyze and interpret it for strategic use.

With this in mind, we start with an exhaustive assessment of your existing data, focusing on understanding its origin, nature and potential. This enables us to develop a robust, customized data architecture that maximizes its relevance and usefulness.

Our ultimate goal is to help you create a solid data strategy that not only meets your current needs, but is also flexible and scalable to meet your future challenges.

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Data analysis

Careful evaluation of your data is essential to reveal valuable insights into your operations, your market or your finances. Using sophisticated analytical tools and cutting-edge expertise, we help you decipher the findings that lie beneath the surface.

These discoveries enable us to create actionable intelligence, which can then be used to inform your strategic decisions and drive innovation. The aim is to optimize your processes, increase profitability and consolidate your market position.

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Data visualization

Communicating information clearly and accurately is essential to making informed decisions about the state of your organization.

Our team of experts designs and develops intuitive dashboards and interactive visualization tools tailored to your business reality.

Questions and answers

François Lévesque

François Lévesque


(514) 916-3026

To start collecting data, you first need to clearly define your objectives. What do you hope to discover or solve with this data? Next, identify the types of data that will help you achieve these objectives. This could be demographic data, behavioral data, transaction data, etc. You’ll also need the right tools to help you do this.

You’ll also need the right tools to collect and store this data. These can range from simple Excel spreadsheets to more complex databases, or even data analysis platforms.

Make sure you comply with data privacy regulations in your area when collecting data, including obtaining the necessary consents and protecting personal data.

Finally, you may need expertise – a data analyst or data scientist to help you interpret and make effective use of the data collected.

Yes, absolutely. If you already have a data warehouse, we can certainly leverage it. Our experts are skilled in the use of various data warehouse technologies and can connect to your existing system to extract, transform and load the data required for analysis. We can also help you improve the management and operation of your data warehouse if required. Whether you use on-premise or cloud-based data warehouse solutions, our professionals can work with your existing infrastructure to ensure smooth and efficient integration with our data analysis and visualization processes.

Yes, it’s entirely possible to create visualizations connected to a real-time data source. We use advanced tools and technologies to integrate real-time data streams into visualizations. Whether for performance tracking, activity monitoring or specific event detection, these dynamic visualizations can be updated instantly as new data arrives. This gives you valuable, up-to-date information for real-time decision-making. Please note that setting up such visualizations may require specific configuration and close coordination with your teams to ensure a stable and secure connection to your real-time data sources.

Several factors can influence the cost and duration of a data project.

Firstly, the complexity of the task: if the data is voluminous, varied or the analysis required is particularly complex, more resources, expertise and time are required, which can increase the cost and duration of the project.

Secondly, the state of your data: if your data is messy, incomplete or of poor quality, it will require intensive cleaning and preparation before analysis, which can prolong the project.

Thirdly, the technology required: the use of specific tools or technologies can also have an impact on cost.

Fourthly, the skills of your team: if your team lacks skills or experience in data management, you may need to call in external consultants, which can increase the cost.

Finally, the scope of the project: the larger the project, the more expensive and time-consuming it will be. This includes the number of questions to be answered, the number of data sources to be integrated, and the number of visualizations or reports to be created.

Tools such as PowerBI or Data Studio can be very effective for analyzing data and providing useful visualizations. They offer a variety of features for data exploration, interactive dashboard creation and report generation.

However, their suitability depends on the complexity of your data analysis needs. For simple to moderately complex tasks, these tools may be quite sufficient. They are generally user-friendly and require no programming skills.

However, for more advanced analyses, such as machine learning, predictive analysis or processing large quantities of data, you may need more sophisticated tools or programming languages such as Python, R and d3.js.

It’s also important to note that the quality of the analysis depends not only on the tools used, but also on the analyst’s skill in asking the right questions and correctly interpreting the results.