Your it may be to improve your business information system so you can realize ways to use your data more effectively.

At Skyline, we’re helping you become an analytic competitor—turning your business data into actionable insights. Through the deep technical expertise of our people, we uncover valuable data and implement ways for you to track, organize and utilize your information—bringing you greater awareness of your organization’s performance so you can improve and grow your business.
We learn about your unique business needs and challenges to collaboratively develop a roadmap to where you want to be. We understand that data goals are different across industries and between companies. We take the time to really understand your business so we can recommend the best solutions that align with your organization’s strategy. We’ll assess your current data systems and work with you to plan and design a solution that coordinates with how you wish to take advantage of analytics and implement them into your business
Our clients look to us to streamline and simplify their business information—understanding that credible data is essential in order to form meaningful conclusions about your business data. We work with you to unify your data across your business systems and turn it into clean, consistent, credible information that can be used to grow your business. Our analytics foundation and modern data warehousing solutions build unified data models that source data from your various internal and external business systems and organize it in a way that ensures data quality for accurate and consistent reporting. Our core work includes:
• Assessments of Existing Data Warehouses
• Kimball Method Data Warehouse Design
• ETL Frameworks
     • Skyline Business Intelligence Engineering Framework (BIEF™)
     • SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
We get visual with your data—creating interactive dashboards, mobile applications, scorecards and custom reports that turn complex data into usable, easier to understand information. We understand that data isn’t one-size-fits-all. We’re able to tailor your business data into guided and unguided analytics that fulfill the diverse needs of the various individuals within your organization. We give each of them the right level of access, flexibility and depth in their data to meet their specific analytic needs and expectations. At Skyline, we have expertise and specialization on the following analytic dashboard platforms:
• PowerBI
• SQL Server Reporting Services
• SharePoint Enterprise Edition Features
We use the advance tools we have to study your data and detect patterns that you may be missing. We develop and implement algorithms that enable you to track, predict and form conclusions about your customers. Whether that’s creating a data model to perform a company sentiment analysis on Twitter or track company sales, customer order history or behaviors, we can help you uncover valuable insights in your data that can help your business work smarter, not harder. Our advanced analytics capabilities specialize in Microsoft Cortana Analytics Suite and encompass the following Microsoft Azure products:
• Azure Machine Learning (ML)
• Azure Stream Analytics
• Azure Data Factory

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