USE CASES

Data & Analytics

A FEW OF OUR CLIENTS

WHY DELIVERY PARTNERS

We help consultants get things done on data and analytics projects

Business requirements

  • Identify a champion, all stakeholders, and SMEs in the organization
  • Define specific business needs and strategic goals data must address
  • Tie department activities to organization goals

Sourcing and gathering data

  • Analyze data sources – data types, where data exists, databases, level of detail, update frequency, missing data, external data sources
  • Analyze how data is gathered – reporting systems, roadblocks to getting access to data

Technology infrastructure requirements

  • Determine to what extent an operational system can support analytics needs
  • Asses the skills and technical infrastructure 
  • Define data architecture and data management requirements

Turning data into insights

  • Determine the required visualizations to quickly spot trends and outliers
  • Provide storytelling functionality to present the context of metrics and anticipate the user path of investigation and diagnosis
  • Encourage sharing and wide-spread adoption of data and define common definitions and metrics across the organization
  • Be able to provide right level of detail for the right audience

People and processes

  • Determine the need for data and analytics training
  • Analyze hiring needs
  • Assess organizational structure
  • Determine how IT will support the business in their analytics needs
  • Encourage employees to use data in the way the organization is intending
  • Remove roadblocks to utilize data in decision making
  • Re-engineer business processes to incorporate data analysis

Data governance and roadmap

  • Ensure that calculations used across the enterprise are determined based on the right input from across the enterprise
  • Provide the right people with access to the right data
  • Define data lineage – where the data originated and how it was transformed since that origination
  • Develop data strategy roadmap – prioritize initiatives based on feasibility and expected business value, provide an execution timeline

SOLUTIONS

Everything you need to run a successful data and analytics project

Market research & analysis

  • Regional and macroeconomic analysis: political, infrastructure, economic, social, cultural, technological, ecological, and legal environments
  • Market assessment: segmentation, size, growth, profitability, entry barriers, value chains, ecosystems, trends, technologies, funding activity, market forces, industry life-cycle, M&A activity, market development scenarios
  • Competitive landscape: strategic groups, key players and solutions, market shares, scope of activities, positioning, financials, value propositions, strategy, culture, capabilities, technologies
  • Customer research: segmentation, characteristics, needs and pain points, buying behavior, decision-making process

Business analysis & benchmarking

  • Business requirements: business needs, strategic goals, department activities
  • Data sourcing: data types, where data exists, databases, level of detail, update frequency, missing data, external data sources, reporting systems, roadblocks to getting access to data
  • Technology: operational system, skills, technical infrastructure, data architecture, data management
  • Insights generation: visualizations, storytelling, user path of investigation and diagnosis, sharing and adoption of data, definitions and metrics, level of detail
  • People and processes: data and analytics training, hiring, organizational structure, IT support, data usage, roadblocks, business processes, behaviors
  • Data governance: data input sources, data access, data lineage

Financial modeling

  • Business planning: business plan development, business case development, business model analysis, budgeting and forecasting, pro-forma financials
  • Company analysis: financial performance analysis, operational performance analysis, portfolio performance assessment, data analytics

Presentation development

  • Presentation structure: audience needs analysis, definition of communication goals, presentation logic development, content structuring, storylining / dummy slides creation
  • Presentation design: presentation design development and improvement, creating client-ready slides from notes and drafts, visual document enhancement
  • Presentation content: content development, textual content structuring and visualization, data structuring and visualization, proofreading, translation

Project coordinator support

  • Monitoring: tracking project tasks, resources, and costs to streamline project efficiency and maximize deliverable outputs
  • Coordination: ensuring all parts of the project are processed, organized, and progressing according to predetermined timelines and deliverable dates
  • Documentation: developing and maintaining project performance databases that track overall progress and the accomplishment of specific milestones
  • Reporting: relaying project outcomes / risks to the appropriate management channels as needed – escalating issues as necessary
  • Communication: acting as a point of communication between project team and external resources

Market research & analysis

  • Regional and macroeconomic analysis: political, infrastructure, economic, social, cultural, technological, ecological, and legal environments
  • Market assessment: segmentation, size, growth, profitability, entry barriers, value chains, ecosystems, trends, technologies, funding activity, market forces, industry life-cycle, M&A activity, market development scenarios
  • Competitive landscape: strategic groups, key players and solutions, market shares, scope of activities, positioning, financials, value propositions, strategy, culture, capabilities, technologies
  • Customer research: segmentation, characteristics, needs and pain points, buying behavior, decision-making process
  • Business requirements: business needs, strategic goals, department activities
  • Data sourcing: data types, where data exists, databases, level of detail, update frequency, missing data, external data sources, reporting systems, roadblocks to getting access to data
  • Technology: operational system, skills, technical infrastructure, data architecture, data management
  • Insights generation: visualizations, storytelling, user path of investigation and diagnosis, sharing and adoption of data, definitions and metrics, level of detail
  • People and processes: data and analytics training, hiring, organizational structure, IT support, data usage, roadblocks, business processes, behaviors
  • Data governance: data input sources, data access, data lineage

Business analysis & benchmarking

Financial modeling

  • Business planning: business plan development, business case development, business model analysis, budgeting and forecasting, pro-forma financials
  • Company analysis: financial performance analysis, operational performance analysis, portfolio performance assessment, data analytics
  • Presentation structure: audience needs analysis, definition of communication goals, presentation logic development, content structuring, storylining / dummy slides creation
  • Presentation design: presentation design development and improvement, creating client-ready slides from notes and drafts, visual document enhancement
  • Presentation content: content development, textual content structuring and visualization, data structuring and visualization, proofreading, translation

Presentation development

Project coordinator support

  • Monitoring: tracking project tasks, resources, and costs to streamline project efficiency and maximize deliverable outputs
  • Coordination: ensuring all parts of the project are processed, organized, and progressing according to predetermined timelines and deliverable dates
  • Documentation: developing and maintaining project performance databases that track overall progress and the accomplishment of specific milestones
  • Reporting: relaying project outcomes / risks to the appropriate management channels as needed – escalating issues as necessary
  • Communication: acting as a point of communication between project team and external resources

EXPERIENCE

Case studies

HOW WE WORK WITH OUR CLIENTS

Working with us is easy

1

Tell us what you need

  • Submit the contact form or email us at support@deliverypartners.co with your request
  • We will be in touch with you shortly to arrange a call – tell us about your project needs

2

Review the proposal

  • A proposal is ready for review within 24 hours
  • Once you approve the proposal, we assign a specialist / form a team of specialists to work on your tasks

3

Get your deliverables

  • Interact with your team in real time through a dedicated Delivery Manager
  • The deliverables are generated via a convenient project management application

FAQ

Specialization: As seasoned management consultants, we understand your pain points and unique project requirements and provide you with tailored solutions.

Quality: We hand-pick and vet subject matter experts from around the world and conduct rigorous quality assurance and management.

Speed: We work in global teams and use tested standard operating procedures and advanced project management tools to ensure the tasks get done efficiently around the clock.

Cost: We help you structure your workflow and provide you with the level of flexibility and the mix of resources to meet your budget requirements.

Convenience: A dedicated Delivery Manager serves as a single point of contact for you to interact with your team. An easy-to-use task management dashboard allows you to track the progress of tasks and access deliverables in real time.

We work with over 500 individuals and firms / agencies from around the world providing market research & analysis, business analysis & benchmarking, financial modeling, presentation development, and project coordinator services. Depending on your requirements and budget, we pick an optimal provider or form a team to suit your unique project needs.

We proactively seek out and curate the best specialist providers from around the world. Candidates are evaluated using a comprehensive assessment approach, including a review of skills, qualifications, processes, and references from past clients and supervisors (where applicable).

We manage task execution and delivery using tested standard operating procedures and advanced project management tools. Clients can track task status in real time, access deliverables, and interact with their Delivery Manager through a convenient dashboard.

The rate we charge clients depends on the nature and complexity of the task and the level of skills and qualifications required of the experts. The total price is based on the number of hours required to execute a task as estimated at the proposal stage. Our hourly rate normally lies between 50 and 70 USD per hour. This is significantly less than the price charged by other providers with comparable qualifications.

We take confidentiality of client information seriously. We sign NDAs with both clients and our experts and enforce strict code of conduct with regard to client information.

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