Alistair Crossling will present at the Effective Applications of the R Language (EARL) Conference in London (15-17 September 2014. Before moving to the U.K., Alistair did some great analytical work for Harmonic Analytics, also completing one of our R Training Courses.
Find out more about his presentation titled 'Flows of London - Visualised'.
"In our presentation, we will demonstrate the value of our knowledge through some interesting case studies implemented with R; specifically, we will look into tourism and transportation in London, visualising group movements and examining the implications for various organisations".
July 14, 2014|
Data analytics can help utilities identify inefficiencies and streamline operations, resulting in lower costs for the utility and its customers.
Read the article on FutureStructure.com
26 May 2014
Harmonic Analytics has expanded its data science capacity with the addition of five talented staff. We hunted high and low to find the right combination of technical capability and business nous.
“We have recently witnessed an industry-wide surge in demand for data science services and tools. To find such a gifted and enthusiatic team in this busy climate is a real coup for Harmonic. With one of the largest, specialised data science teams in New Zealand; we look forward to expanding the breadth of knowledge and providing a positive learning environment for our new colleagues.” Phil Shepherd, CEO.
Please meet our new data scientists, who have joined our experienced senior team in Wellington and Auckland.
Case Study: April 2014
Our latest case study outlines the forecasting work Harmonic Analytics undertook for The Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO). The resulting information provides BCITO with a high level of confidence to plan for apprentice training.
“We worked with Harmonic to build a model which incorporates historical trends together with industry and econometric forecasts to give us a view of future demand for apprenticeship training. The team at Harmonic displayed considerable expertise in the area for data modelling and forecasting and the resulting report fully met our needs and expectations."
Paul Mitchell, Group Manager Support Services, BCITO
Case Study follows:
25 March 2014
Harmonic Analytics enjoyed the first Wellington Analytics Forum event for 2014, held on Tuesday 19 March. Sponsored by NEC New Zealand and Harmonic Analytics, this event was well represented across the private sector and government.
Mobile World Congress - 24-27 February 2014
NEC and Harmonic Analytics are working together on an exciting innovation programme to develop big data solutions. Phil Shepherd, CEO, and Lisa Chen, Consulting Statistician, worked on the NEC exhibit and learnt more about the challenges mobile operators are facing with churn management.
Interview: Big Data Analytics - Churn Management
Harmonic Analytics CEO, Phil Shepherd, explains how data analysis can be used to manage and actively seek to reduce the increasingly pressing problem of churn.
Case Study: 20 February 2014
Wellington City Council recently selected Harmonic Analytics, to provide analytical expertise to support its strategic asset management programme.
3 December 2013
New Zealand Big Data Collaboration Announced
Harmonic Analytics, a local data science company, announced an agreement with NEC Corporation, a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies, to collaborate on an innovation programme - to develop Big Data solutions.
Analytics for a Changing World: From Data to Decisions
Joint NZSA & ORSNZ Annual Conference - Sunday 24-Wed 28 Nov, 2013
Harmonic Analytics is pleased to sponsor the student prize for the NZSA Best Student Presentations.
The NZ Analytics Forum second Wellington event, on 22 October, was well attended by business analytics professionals, government and those interested in using data analytics to solve business challenges. The Forum advocates for best practice decision making and attendee numbers are growing. Kim Frew of Harmonic Analytics facilitated and co-organised the Wellington event.
David Bloch, Business Intelligence Practice Lead at Optimation attended and wrote this informative blog piece to summarise the key topics and lessons from the front line plus business analytics challenges and opportunities.