Over the last fifteen years, I have often been surprised by our operating processes, favoring the preservation of a technical mastery, by reproducing the department methods, but reducing the huge potential for innovation and transversality of these companies.
Egides' ambition is to open these silos by proposing to build bridges between these services, to meet several needs combining several skills. Developing this type of support brings several services of the same structure closer. Sometimes, it can be a pretext that promotes chat in order to improve the overall running of the company.
The exploitation of the numerical data of an activity is an excellent example. Indeed, your different services archive or use data collected in their activities. Most of this information is reserved almost exclusively for the missions carried out by each of them. When these different departments find themselves around a transversal project, it is common to observe that several pieces of information are used by different departments of the company. This situation raises, for example, opportunities to simplify information transfer processes. These experiences also highlight the interdependence between your services, but also the universality of some informations that is an important part of the success of your activity.
Today, there are techniques, learning on all of your data to find correlations invisible to our cognitive skills. The exploitation of this memory of your activity is today one of the best levers to the understanding of the running of your company and the improvement of its performance in several domains.
Innovative mathematical models (machine learning) are able to guide you with reliability on the strengths and weaknesses of your business, to make predictions on essentials KPI for the governance of your company and to guide you in new markets that after analysis, they appear as obvious.
Egides has the ambition to initiate a culture of data to allow you to exploit this field and use it to improve the transversality and reduce the inertia inherent in your independants departments.