Data Insights as a Service (DIaaS) was initially developed as an add-on to the existing Microsoft Data Strategy Solution that provides customers with strategic business value along with technology outcomes. However, this updated iteration provides customers with recommendations, best practices, and insights from their own data and processes to achieve success with chosen use cases.
For example, an organization that wants to improve its health equity success is provided with a team of business experts to analyze its operational and patient data. The goal is to develop a set of insights and action steps based on their experience with the industry, use cases, technology, and the performance of other customers. The add-on is sold as a flat fee rather than hours to leverage the skills, knowledge, and experience of the whole team across multiple customers.
Your organization's data strategy, with support from the ClayHouse Group, will embrace and leverage an intelligence-driven organization framework to drive the transformation.
Your organization's data strategy can review data, processes, and procedures for anomalies like biases (explicit and implicit) to put business value before technology.
Your organization can generate confidence that an effective data and process engagement model will accelerate your transformational aspirations toward efficiency and equity.
A strategic plan for long-term optimization will help to guide your organization on the journey to modernize the designed operational strategy and reporting metrics.
Organizations must define a cultural direction to align the insights. This centralized trusted view of the data and processes enables speed to insights and the development of updated applications & processes.
The review of data & processes through the lens of the use cases helps to focus operational agility. By decreasing reliance on outdated models and processes, organizations can embrace fair and balanced operational business use cases across divisions.
Adjusting technology to be more resilient is more effective than adjusting business operations to new technology. Increased responsiveness utilizing effectively developed and managed systems validates the change management approach and improves business value.