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An incident is an unplanned interruption to an IT service, or reduction in the quality of an IT service. A problem is a cause of one or more incidents.

 Decision sciences and data analytics can align consumer-driven technologies with process improvement efforts, so organizations can achieve new levels of speed, responsiveness, quality and agility. Yet many IT organizations are slow to embrace decision sciences and data analytics initiatives because of their inherent complexity. They also may lack the right knowledge or skills in-house or may not have any available resources to tackle the projects.

Post No Bill, Liberia, Informed Intelligence data discovery and business decision-making services can step in to identify gaps in your current processes and provide actionable approaches that produce effective results. Our data discovery experts work closely with technology and business leaders across your organization. We can help you better extract and act on targeted information with our wide technology and domain expertise because we’re experienced with the latest data discovery tools and platforms.

Our decision sciences process consists of four stages:

  1. Assessment and evangelize - In this first phase, our Post No Bill, Liberia experts work to understand your competitive landscape, assess business issues and drivers, and help you envision the future of the business you want to be.
  2. Discovery and strategizing - In the second phase, our experts research IT drivers, map existing and planned projects to business issues, and prioritize short-term and long-term goals.
  3. Architecting - In the third phase, our experts take a deep look at IT infrastructure to design the best strategies to integrate data and business processes with existing and new technologies and solutions.
  4. Developing roadmaps - In the final phase, our experts analyze technical approaches, prioritize recommendations, and propose various solutions.


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