Nothing is unpredictable. That’s why we’re here. To help you predict needs, deliver efficiencies, drive growth and connect people. We apply the world's most advanced technology to your sales, marketing and operational data either through a fully managed outsourced service or specific programmes that support your internal capability.

Services

Data Strategy

We work with you to develop outcome-driven insight programmes that help you build and measurably grow your business.

Data Platforms

We can tune existing technology or build from scratch. Truly agnostic, we draw from a diverse pool of infrastructure, platforms and tools to support your goals.

Data Science

Our data scientists build AI solutions using ML techniques to help plan today and predict tomorrow. And our team of commercial analysts dig deeper to find those critical insights.

Data People

Jarmany People cover a full range of capabilities from consultants and commercial data analysts to data platform architects, technicians and data scientists.

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Blog

The EURO 2020 predictor

08 June 2021

The EURO 2020 predictor

Our data analysts have developed a model to predict who will emerge victorious from the EURO 2020 competition. Click here to see who makes the final!

The Third Agricultural Revolution

03 June 2021

The Third Agricultural Revolution

Commercial Analyst Hannah Barlow explains how data analytics is revolutionising the agricultural industry by utilising sustainable precision farming.

Power BI tips & tricks

26 May 2021

Power BI tips & tricks

Make sure you're spending time developing the front end of your Power BI report - you'll get much more out of your data.

Four key features of Power BI

18 May 2021

Four key features of Power BI

Senior Analyst Andrew Walters takes us through how you can use Power BI to achieve the optimum reporting solution for your data needs.

The Rise of Data Visualisation

12 May 2021

The Rise of Data Visualisation

How best to visualise an ever growing influx of business information? Senior Analyst Kiran Shirdhar looks at the benefits of Power BI.

Visual impairment

01 April 2021

Visual impairment

We’re on the verge of a blindness epidemic – AI could come to its rescue.

Women in data

28 March 2021

Women in data

Increasing the diversity within a company means new opinions, the challenging of ideas and often a better outcome.

Can analytics change the way we play sport?

07 September 2020

Can analytics change the way we play sport?

Whether it be the recruitment of players, the management of the team or developing young prospects, data analytics offers a base for understanding sports at a greater level.