In our data-driven world, it has never been more important to turn data into information. More than ever, businesses need the right analytical tools to control the deluge of data. At the same time, that toolkit needs to be cost effective to maximise return on investment. Traditionally, business intelligence solutions need large, upfront investments. Modern, cloud-based tools offer nearly instant results. This means data analytics is now in reach of all businesses, whatever the size. To cut through the confusion, Clearly Cloudy is here to help.
Why Clearly Cloudy?
Our aim is simple, to help you get the most out of your data with our data and analytics products and consultancy expertise so you can concentrate on your business.
We can quickly enable your business to fully embrace the power of the cloud. We provide software products coupled with value added consultancy services to easily visualise data, perform analysis and get important business insights. Our modern approach eliminates the need of traditional business intelligence costs which typically require investment in software and associated hardware. Clearly Cloudy’s consultants are experienced in transforming businesses from this traditional approach to modern, cloud-based tools. This approach has resulted in better insights across companies in a wide variety of sectors, including manufacturing, retail, and public sector.
Finally, we offer training to help your staff get the most out of the tools you use.
Our passion in data and analytics has helped businesses unlock data delivering results fast and turning that data into opportunities.
At Clearly Cloudy, we are deeply concerned about the global problem of marine pollution. Internally, we are taking steps to reduce our reliance on single-use plastics, and actively encourage our staff and customers to do the same.
As part of that commitment, we are proud members of Surfers Against Sewage’s “250 Club”. Surfers Against Sewage campaign for the interests of everyone in the UK, not just surfers. As an island nation, our seas are vital to us all and SAS’s work goes beyond the obvious water quality issues implied in the name to encompass issues of plastic waste, marine habitats, and climate change.