Delta Partners launches Datafarm to advance analytics

Service line to enable effective operationalisation of analytical intelligence
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Delta Partners has launched Datafarm, a new service line, aimed to address the consistent demand to provide a dedicated engagement model to operationalise telecoms, media and digital (TMD) analytical intelligence, and provide greater value for clients.

Datafarm will try to drive analytics enablement and execution for the firm’s clients’ operations. Roman Izquierdo, head of analytics practice, Delta Partners stressed how big data has become indispensable to TMD clients to drive decision making. He believes the new service line will help to work on a longer-term basis with clients to set-up advanced analytical capabilities.

"Analytical power has always been a core distinctive factor for Delta Partners, and the launch of Datafarm will help us to expand its reach even further," said Victor Font, co-founder and CEO, Delta Partners.

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