Since launching in March 2020, our TORCH Business Advisory team have worked with 30+ Scottish based businesses to help them understand and work towards their data driven goals. Not everyone has been trained to think
As the Business Development Executive (BD) for The Data Lab’s TORCH service, no two days are the same for Lauren Spark. Having worked across Scotland’s Data and Analytics space for years, Lauren’s goal is to
Scottish Tourism has taken a heavy hit since the Coronavirus crisis started to unfold. Edinburgh’s iconic castle saw visitor numbers drop by 87.2% (Source: Insider.co.uk) and many of the smaller attractions are still at risk
We wanted to know what technology we could leverage to make better use of our data? And, what outputs can we get from it?” – Craig Bartholomew, Peachy Mondays Technical Director Leading employee feedback
… what’s really got us excited is the community benefit focus; an opportunity to do the right thing by using data to help solve societal issues in a more sophisticated way. Dram Communications (DC)
… it wasn’t that (Hotelfone) was stuck for ideas, they were overflowing with ideas, to such an extent that they were almost trying to make the system do things that were now beyond its capabilities.
Reaching out to TDL allowed us to get a second set of eyes on what we’re trying to achieve and make sure that, not only are we going in the right direction, but we’re not
When we launched our new Business Advisory Service TORCH in 2020, the UK was just weeks into its first national lockdown, throwing businesses into disarray and changing everyone’s approach to the way we use tech.
Our TORCH team explain why Excel spreadsheets are bad for business (alongside other spreadsheet tools), why people continue to use them, and how to tap into affordable alternatives … Spreadsheets became a business staple in