BUT: a need for innovative tools to analyze its KPIs
But is a french retailer specializing in home goods, including furniture, large and small appliances, and consumer electronics. They operate more than 300 stores in France.
To better leverage their data , But wanted to have innovative tools to analyze key sales performance indicators with more depth. The organization was facing several challenges:
An information system in need of an overhaul
Their data architecture was complex, with data scattered across several systems. Some pieces of data were hosted by commercial partners operating on their marketplace, which was making quick access to this data complex for But.
Ops teams acting as bottlenecks
But’s operations teams couldn’t allocate the time necessary to best answer the various business needs emerging from the organization.
Furthermore, they lacked skills in data science and data engineering, which prevented them from addressing all the projects they wanted.
A handcrafted approach
Initiatives launched by data teams were often using a handcrafted approach, which was caused both by difficult access to data and inadequate tools.
But adopted Saagie’s DataOps Platform to address their data use cases and analyze commercial performance.
Constitution of a single data foundation to centralize all their data inside a data lake, some of which were hard to access up until now.
A personalized technical support
But’s business teams are supported by Saagie’s Professional Services teams to develop business value quickly and enable the group to develop internal skills on data technologies and best practices.
A relation with key building blocks
Validation of Saagie’s technical solution and project methodologies through a first use case of data centralization before broadening the scope of the partnership with the adoption of new projects based on Business Intelligence and predictive analysis.
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