How can Brijj elevate you and your teams?

Brijj makes your life easier, elevates your performance, and connects you and your customers so that you can provide your organisation with the Insights it needs.

Improve Project Success

“Gavin is a BI Manager. His consultancy has a staff of around three hundred and his team works hard to deliver metrics on Sales, HR and Marketing. Everyone is extremely busy delivering for clients and so demand is high, but collaboration is low.”

Before Brijj

“Gavin’s team struggles to clarify and define success before a project commences. Requirements are ill-defined and inconsistently documented so his outputs often miss the mark, and post project follow-up is almost non-existent.”

After Brijj

“Imagine what Gavin could achieve with the tools to collect requests which have success defined, to build requirements which are  stored consistently, and to automate follow up once his projects are complete, so that he can prove his work exceeds expectations?”

Build ‘Outcome Based Analytics’

“Jerome, an Analytics Director for a property business has been tasked with improving data strategy and consolidating a number of data teams. He knows a lot of good work is being done, but Leadership isn’t satisfied, and so he needs to bring everything together.”

Before Brijj

“Jerome’s customers are confused about who to go to when they have a request. Sometimes questions have been answered multiple times. There are silos of data & expertise. Its almost impossible to prove how work is aligned with organisational outcomes.”

After Brijj

“Imagine what Jerome could achieve with the tools to bring together every question, every requirement, and every deliverable in once place? Where every business outcome is tracked. Where every stakeholder is engaged. Imagine how that could improve his Analytics process?”

Systemise & Automate

“Rebecca is an Insight Manager for a retail chain. She has great relationships with her stakeholders and receives a lot of requests. Her team use email to gather their requests, and manage them through a Trello Board. A tough financial year is coming up and everyone has been tasked with finding efficiencies.”

Before Brijj

“Requests sometimes fall through the cracks wasting time. Only the requests Rebecca’s team can accept are recorded, meaning they have no view of unmet need. Moving requests and requirements to Trello wastes time and is cumbersome.”

 After Brijj

“Imagine what Rebecca could achieve with the tools to systemise the gathering, management, colloboration and delivery of all her teams work? Where she has a 360 view of all completed and unmet need so that she can build the Insight Team she needs now and into the future.” 

Prove Return on Investment

“Michael is a Data Manager for a B2B Services company. Analytics, Insight and Research teams all depend on Michael to provide the data they need. His CIO is an advocate for the power of Data but budgets are tightening and leadership are looking for proof that their investment is value for money. “

Before Brijj

“Michael has no view of the business need or intended outcome for the Insight his ETL and modelling workflows inform. He team is in constant demand, so have no time to talk about the last five projects, when he has five more to deliver today. ”

After Brijj

“Imagine what Michael could achieve with a platform which allows him to collect and view feedback on the quality and utility of every project automatically, and collate data on the organisational action, decisions & outcomes which resulted from his work?”

Strengthen your Data Culture

“Lydia is a Transformation Manager for a call centre. Her project is to reduce call times and wait times. She has close contacts with the organisation’s Analytics team and needs a suite of Dashboards to inform all the team leaders. She’s worried that general data literacy is going to make this difficult.”

‘Before Brijj

“Lydia’s team leaders dont enjoy engaging with Analytics as they worry they arent technical enough, they need a lot of guidance to ask the right questions, and actively avoid using tools which they deem as ‘too technical’.”

After Brijj

“Imagine what Lydia could achieve with tools designed for the non-techncial users so avoidance is minimised, which makes sure that everyone is working together, asking the right questions,  and aligned to outcomes.”

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