3 reasons why your data analysis might not be working

Data analysis can be traced back to as early as the days of the Ancient Egyptians started keeping statistical records while building the pyramids. Since then, data analysis have developed by leaps and bounds, and today is considered to be an integral part of our daily lives. For businesses, data analysis has shifted the professional landscape to become more human-centric, resulting in effective ways to boost revenue while simultaneously improving customer service. Today, you’d be hard pressed to find a company that didn’t dedicate significant resources to data analysis. Yet, just because data analysis is commonplace, doesn’t mean that there isn’t…

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