There are a number of job roles in the world of data, from Data Analyst to Scientist and Engineer; each adding value to a business and enabling companies to become data-driven. If you’re unsure of the difference between the roles, check out our blog on defining data professionals.
Once you know the difference, it’s important to understand the responsibilities of each position and what they can do for your business.
The key priority for a Data Analyst is to add value to the business, supporting the strategic goals. They make the data that a company owns comprehensible and actionable. Answering business questions through data, Analysts build the warehouse infrastructure, run SQL queries against data sets and present the information, using dashboards and visualisation tools. Analysts communicate ideas to stakeholders through data visualisation. Executives can then make informed decisions from this data.
kleene was built for Analysts, by Analysts. We provide scale-ups with the data infrastructure necessary to build their single source of truth and empower analysts to deliver value (without the need for data engineering!). Our end-to-end automation and analysis removes the headache of data. Don’t worry if there isn’t in-house data expertise, kleene can handle your strategy, report building and much more!
Want to take the next step and hire a Data Analyst? Firstly, you need to understand the process to make sure you find the right person for the job. So take a look at our blog How to hire a Data Analyst – top 5 skills and how to identify them, to find out more.
Not ready to hire an Analyst? No need to. We offer Analytics as a Service, to help guide your business. We’ll provide you with a dedicated Analyst and uncover actionable insight.
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