Whatever the size of your organisation, there are 3 major steps to take to get value from your data:
1. Make sur your data strategy is well aligned to your business goals. If you want relevant and meaningful outcomes, analytics must address the challenges of your company and feed your current business strategy.
2. Measure what you’ll need to achieve the outcomes you’re heading for, which includes all the technical work of collecting, sorting, aggregating, filtering and processing the data.
3. Report or convert your raw data into information that is useful to your company and that can be delivered to various business departments and users using custom reports, dashboards, and alerts.
When these 3 steps are completed, you will finally be able to make data-driven decisions, optimize your business performance and derive value from your data.
This scientist explains how solutions like GeoHealth are very relevant to help reduce risks during the end of the quarantine. She reminds people that MNOs' operating data are a very reliable and useful source to understand the circulation of the virus. And, without any particular app. deployment.
« These data remain anonymous and aggregated: one cannot track the users' routes. The aim is not to individually control people's movements, but to analyze population transfers and anticipate the consequences on the epidemic.» she says.
In France, the end of the quarantine will be adapted by region and will be coupled with a ban on traveling more than 100 km (except in specific cases). Vittoria Colizza relays one of the use cases that we are proposing with GeoHealth: verifying the collective respect for government measures: "If we combine this information with spatial diffusion models, we can not only visualize the epidemic situation but also anticipate. We can measure how transfers between two regions facilitate the spread of the virus and thus adapt hospital needs.”