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Information Management that delivers tangible outcomes

We help you make better use of your data by combining our team of 90 passionate professionals with our proven Information Management tools.

Consulting

Our team assists at all stages of the IM value chain to deliver improved business performance…

Managed Services

We manage your data for you – reducing cost and risk while improving efficiency and reliability…

Training

We provide training programs built on exclusive partnerships with industry leaders…

A team that connects with courage, heart and insight

Every single team member is passionate about growing trusted relationships, really connecting with our clients and using our:

courage to tell it like it is and meet every challenge head-on

heart to care passionately about your personal and business results

insight derived from years of industry experience delivering real and positive differences.

In simple terms it means making a firm commitment to our clients and sharing the responsibility of delivering their outcomes.

An IM model that delivers results

A proven approach to turn your data into positive tangible outcomes.

Extensive industry experience

We’ve been providing Business Intelligence solutions to a wide range of industries since 1998, so we have a greater breadth and depth of experience than anyone.

Utilities

We understand the complexities of data held by utilities companies and have been developing appropriate solutions since 2010…

Higher Education

Over the last 5 years we have partnered with 25 universities delivering strategies, roadmaps, projects and student analyses…

Government

Since 1999, our work with Government departments has covered the spectrum from information management strategy to project delivery…

Financial Services

Our visualisation and data management tools help empower more effective decision-making and increase marketing automation…

Transport & Logistics

This is where we began: we know this industry intimately and continue to provide tailored strategies and solutions to improve business results…

Property

From finance to people, safety to environment, our team has delivered a variety of transformational projects across the property value chain…

A few key facts

We are built on the simple philosophy that people make our business – and yours – successful and we have a unique range of differences to support this.

90 permanent staff committed to your success

Vendor independence
– right solution, not more software

'Best Places to Work’ by BRW Magazine six years in a row!

What’s happening at Altis?

Whether it’s an upcoming training course, a new member of our team or our latest thinking on Information Management, we’ll share it with you.

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Altis is pleased to announce that due to significant demand we have created technology practices for AWS and Microsoft.    Keep Reading

Published : Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Author : John Hoffman

Microsoft PowerBI generates a lot of interest, as we see customers lining up to give it a try. The combination of superb visualisation, self-service approach and an attractive price-tag make PowerBI a worthy candidate for analytics. However, for some customers, the enthusiasm is soon replaced with disappointment when they learn that PowerBI is a cloud-based tool. There are some very good reasons organisations might not be able to take their BI implementations to the cloud (and there are some not-so-good reasons, naturally), and if that’s the case, PowerBI becomes less relevant.
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Published : Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Author : Rod Avissar

By 2020, 75% of large and midsize organisations globally will compete using advanced analytics and proprietary algorithms according to Gartner.  So what’s stopping businesses from using analytics and proprietary algorithms to drive their business forward?

The biggest hurdle is the availability of qualified and experienced data scientists. McKinsey projects that by 2018 the demand for data scientists may be as much as 60 percent greater than the supply available.

To address this growing gap, Altis, Australasia’s largest vendor independent Business Intelligence and Analytics consultancy has invested in DataSeer.  DataSeer is the Philippines leader in predictive analytics outsourcing and training.  Their highly skilled team is currently ranked in the top 2.8% of data scientists worldwide by kaggle.com.  

“Altis has been successful in delivering tangible financial outcomes using data and predictive algorithms, but we have been constrained by the availability of skilled data scientists in our local market,” said Altis’ CEO, John Hoffman. 

“Our investment in DataSeer enables us to draw upon a larger pool of data scientists for projects and outsourcing arrangements in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.  For example, during the investment process, we ran three separate client projects that delivered significant financial outcomes for our clients.  All three of those clients have already committed to additional projects.  This gave us confidence that our investment/partnership with DataSeer enables Australian, New Zealand and UK organizations (where Altis has physical offices) the ability to address the gap of data scientist availability and enable companies to cost effectively apply machine learning and predictive analytics to drive differentiation and profitability.

Isaac Reyes, Principal of DataSeer and newly appointed Head of Data Science for Altis believes the investment represents “a natural partnership between two very complementary businesses, coupling Altis’ market leading position in data warehousing and BI with DataSeer’s capabilities in machine learning and predictive analytics.”

To find out more about this exciting announcement or to find out how we can help you contact your local Altis Office or email us at connect@altis.com.au


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Published : Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Author : Altis Marketing

Canberra based Senior Consultant Paul Priestly talks about his takeaways from the recent ‘Data Management and Sharing in Government’ conference.  Keep Reading

Published : Friday, April 08, 2016

Author : Altis Marketing

Join one of our training events

Our partnerships with Kimball University, Stephen Few and William McKnight make us the definitive source for unique, insightful training programs that make a difference.

See all our scheduled training courses...

Location: Sydney
August 4th to 5th 2016
Presenter: Isaac Reyes

By the end of the course, students will know how to produce engaging, cohesive and memorable data stories using Excel and PowerPoint.

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Auckland
1st – 3rd August 2016
Presenter: Hans Patrik Hultgren
This course will guide you through the Data Vault modeling approach from modeling constructs and patterns to applying data vault principles in your DWBI program. This course covers also loading paradigms, architectures, and how to develop an effective overall data vault data warehouse program.

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Brisbane
21st to 22nd July 2016
Presenter: Hans Hultgren

This is a special 2-day intensive version of this seminar. This course will guide you through the Data Vault modeling approach from modeling constructs and patterns to applying data vault principles in your DWBI program. This course covers also loading paradigms, architectures, and how to develop an effective overall data vault data warehouse program. This course also includes a summary of the benefits of using data vault techniques.

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Melbourne
18th July - 20th July 2016
Presenter: Hans Patrik Hultgren
This course will guide you through the Data Vault modeling approach from modeling constructs and patterns to applying data vault principles in your DWBI program. This course covers also loading paradigms, architectures, and how to develop an effective overall data vault data warehouse program.

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Sydney
25th - 27th July 2016
Presenter: Hans Patrik Hultgren
This course will guide you through the Data Vault modeling approach from modeling constructs and patterns to applying data vault principles in your DWBI program. This course covers also loading paradigms, architectures, and how to develop an effective overall data vault data warehouse program.

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Wellington
8th – 10th August 2016
Presenter: Hans Patrik Hultgren
This course will guide you through the Data Vault modeling approach from modeling constructs and patterns to applying data vault principles in your DWBI program. This course covers also loading paradigms, architectures, and how to develop an effective overall data vault data warehouse program.

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Sydney
20th – 22nd September 2016
Presenter: Margy Ross
Excellence in dimensional modeling remains the keystone of a well-designed data warehouse/business intelligence system, regardless of your architecture. This course gives you the opportunity to learn directly from the industry’s dimensional modeling thought leader.

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Sydney
17th to 19th October 2016
Presenter: William McKnight
A modern, comprehensive Knowledge Base for managing your most important corporate asset.

This three day course provides the framework and methodologies for moving beyond traditional...

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Sydney
August 31 to September 2 2016
Presenter: Isaac Reyes

Learn the fundamentals of business statistics including statistical inference, experimental design and the linear model. 

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Sydney
November 16 to November 18 2016
Presenter: Isaac Reyes
This course teaches students how to recognize sources of incremental revenues that can be unlocked through the application of machine learning algorithms. The course also teaches participants how to select the most appropriate machine learning techniques to solve particular prediction or optimization problems. 

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Sydney
October 12 to October 14 2016
Presenter: Isaac Reyes

This course equips participants with the knowledge they need to identify and rank potential predictive analytics projects and build predictive analytic models. A range of models are explored, including regression and logistic regression. 

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Sydney
3rd – 4th November 2016
Presenter: Stephen Few
Many people assume that if they know how to use data analysis software, it means that they are skilled data analysts. 

Learn how to identify key signals and apply powerful data analysis in this invaluable 2-day workshop...

Author : Elizabeth Gordon

Location: Perth
8th to 10th November 2016
Presenter: Stephen Few
'Show Me the Numbers: Table and Graph Design' (two-day course) and 'Now You See It: Visual Data Analysis' (one-day course) will be offered at this workshop. 

This workshop will teach you how to effectively communicate quantitative business data...

Author : Elizabeth Gordon