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Icc agile analytics overview

  1. 1. Overview Data Analytics Practicewww.iccohio.com
  2. 2. A Columbus Vision Columbus 2020!Choosing ICC to participate in this initiative will be a greatstory for the Columbus community and Columbus 2020!Together, Columbus 2020, Columbus CorporateLeaders, ICC and its partners will: Create a State of the Art Analytics Development Centerfor use by the local, national and international communities Create hundreds of high paying jobs by hiring and training college graduatesusing our fully developed Information Factory model for Agile Analytics Work with Universities to create enhanced curricula in Advanced Analytics andcreate a think tank for higher level Business Analytics staffed by prominentprofessionals, fed by the young rising stars of the Information Factory Offer our Corporate partners an onshore alternative with proven cost andbusiness value advantage that add jobs in Columbus www.iccohio.com
  3. 3. ICC Overview About ICC  A Columbus success story, employing over 500 associates, dedicated to the local community  Largest privately-held IT consulting firm in Ohio  Largest data analytic practice in the Midwest  Innovative research, delivery and training methodologies  20+ years of excellence and 100% client satisfactionwww.iccohio.com
  4. 4. ICC Overview Vision ICC is a different kind of information technology service provider. We focus on what information our clients need to achieve success. We envision innovative solutions using emerging technologies, then integrate technology, knowledge and processes to give our clients sustained competitive advantage. Simply put… We deliver insight and analytics that matter!www.iccohio.com 4 www.iccohio.com
  5. 5. ICC Overview Community Engagement  Columbus 2020 Investor Advisory Council  Charter Sponsor of TechTomorrow (formerly CIO Symposium)  Major Sponsor of CIO Solutions Gallery (Ohio State - Fisher College of Business)  Longstanding member of Tech Columbus  Sponsor of multiple charitable institutions  Sponsor of local and national industry, vendor and professional organizationswww.iccohio.com
  6. 6. ICC Overview Top 20 Clients  ABB  Abbott Labs  Abercrombie  Affinion  Battelle  BMW  Cardinal Health  Chemical Abstract Service  Greif  Honda  Huntington Bank  IBM  Limited Brands  McGraw-Hill  Momentive  Nationwide  NetJets  State Auto  State of Ohio  Wendy’swww.iccohio.com
  7. 7. Business Model Applied Research  Solving practical problems in a messy world  Applying knowledge and methods for Applied Research client driven purpose. Public/Private Collaboration Public/Private Collaboration  University curricula exchange  Analytics lecture series Execution  Industry thought leaders Excellence Execution Excellence  Information Factory - Onshore Delivery Model  Job creation engineICC has been a very valuable partner in helping us define industry trends and future needs. Additionally, they have provided opportunities for our faculty to learn about new and immerging areas by welcoming us to their facility and by encouraging our involvement with industry groups involved in areas like advanced analytics in the greater Columbus area.” Thom Luce – Professor & Chair MIS, Ohio University www.iccohio.com
  8. 8. Full Service Consulting CapabilitiesAnalytics is the process of obtaining an optimal or realistic decision based onexisting data. Common applications of analytics include the study of business datausing statistical analysis in order to discover and understand historical patterns withan eye to predicting and improving business performance in the future.ICC provides full service consulting including:Advanced Analytics Business Intelligence Data Integration Data Mining  Data Architecture  Data Consolidation Data Visualization  Data Stewardship  Data Migration Healthcare Analytics  Enterprise Decision Mgmt.  Data Virtualization Predictive Analytics  Credit Risk Analysis  Enterprise Service Bus Sentiment Analysis  Fraud Detection  ETL/EAI/EII Statistical Analysis  Marketing Analytics - SVOC  Master Data Mgmt. Web Analytics  Operational Reporting  Supply Chain Analytics www.iccohio.com
  9. 9. Thought Leaders in AnalyticsICC - Achievements Architected Agile Analytics methodology and Agile Maturity Model Created Information Factory delivery model Early adopter of Mobile Analytics platform First deployment of data analytics combining textual and relational data First deployment of cloud analytics First implementation of database appliance platform First implementation of decision intelligence platformICC - Current Research The Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data Understanding Customer Sentiment Analysis Leveraging Smart Phone data The Wisdom of Crowds – Practical ApplicationsICC - Published Articles – (recent) Host of the Agile BI Channel - http://www.b-eye-network.com/channels/5557/ Agile Expert Blog – Jim Gallo Who are the Business Intelligence Leaders of Tomorrow? - TDWI www.iccohio.com
  10. 10. Agile Analytics Maturity Model ICC created an The Maturity Model involves the following aspects: industry leadingprocess model to Maturity Levels: A 5-Level process maturity continuum - enable rapid where the uppermost (5th) level is a notional ideal state where delivery of processes would be systematically managed by a combination analytics of process optimization and continuous process improvement. Key Process Areas: A Key Process Area (KPA) identifies a cluster of related activities that, when performed collectively, achieve a set of goals considered important. Goals: The goals of a key process area summarize the states that must exist for that key process area to have been implemented in an effective and lasting way. The extent to which the goals have been accomplished is an indicator of how much capability the organization has established at that maturity level. The goals signify the scope, boundaries, and intent of each key process area. www.iccohio.com
  11. 11. Agile Analytics Maturity Model AA Maturity Levels 1 2 3 4 5 Optimized Defined Architected Implemented Integrated (Continuous) Roles Alignment Formation Cross Functional GrowthPeople Responsibilities Dynamics Execution Cohesive Learning Competencies Measures Results Accountable Improvement Goals Workflows Release Streamlined LeanProcess Deliverables Artifacts Sprints Production Cost Effective Measurements Signoffs Acceptance Support Valuable Tool Patterns Installed Shared ReusablePlatform Technique Templates Maintained Connected Configurable Framework Standards Supported Conformed Maximized www.iccohio.com
  12. 12. Agile Analytics Productivity 0 1 2 3 4 5 Current State Defined Architected Implemented Integrated Optimized Combined PeopleSpeed Platform Process Velocity Semantic Modeling and Agile Methodologies increase velocity Quality and enables delivery of analytics in weeks! www.iccohio.com
  13. 13. Information Factory PositioningOnshore Resources at Offshore Prices, Better Results!We are well on our way to establishing a state of the art analytics practice inColumbus, Ohio in conjunction with local universities and local and nationalclients.Working with Columbus 2020! will allow ICC to accelerate our AgileAnalytics Development Center generating hundreds of new jobs inColumbus.We are poised to capitalize on the integration of our previous innovationswith the alignment of high level analytics experts to supplement/enhanceour team. Outcome-based pricing, guaranteed deliverable quality Readily scalable model - recruiting top talent produced by local universities High job growth realized by winning data analytic projects competing head-to-head against offshore vendors (Infosys, TCS, Wipro) www.iccohio.com
  14. 14. Hiring the best talent Recruitingwww.iccohio.com
  15. 15. Agile ADC - Delivery Model“Information Factory; professional end-to- “A collective ofend delivery of exceptional data integration intelligent mindsthrough nimble, adaptive practices at functioning as oneextremely competitive rates” cohesive unit” “Robust and flexible processes implemented in a cost efficient and highly optimized factory like setting.”“The Information Factory development approach that ICC utilizes is one of the best I have ever come across. They are the only consulting firm that I have used that have truly been able to put in practice a systemic, Agile project approach for Business Intelligence and ETL development.” Jerry Bisaha – Director BI Limited Brands www.iccohio.com
  16. 16. Mobile Analytics CapabilitiesMobile Devices are Hot!These new platforms provide huge potential for developing analytics thatprofile consumer behavior and/or provide workforce productivity gains.The critical work (and jobs) is in the creation of an enterprise mobileanalytics strategy, business process re-design, development of mobileanalytics/applications, integration with legacy applications and developingmobile governance and security processes.ICC is an early adopter of the Mobile platform and has developed severalmarket ready applications and analytics solutions for our clients. www.iccohio.com
  17. 17. Mobile Analytics Multi-platform Providing your data in context, anytime, anyw herewww.iccohio.com
  18. 18. Columbus 2020! Commitment Providing your data in ICC is a willing partner anytime, anyw context, to achieve Job Growth in Columbus. here We are committed to doubling our IT workforce by 2015. We are committed to hiring, training and retaining college graduates providing them exceptional opportunities for IT leadership. We will continue our financial and executive commitment to support the regional economic development and job creation strategies of Columbus 2020!www.iccohio.com