TANJONG PAGAR, Singapore – June 6, 2016 – PRLog — Data Analytics Research & Technology (Dart) Institute has announced the launch of their full subscription web service today, providing clients with regular access to bespoke data insights into the global business services landscape.
Clients from the shared services and outsourcing sector can now access comprehensive real-time data on shared service centres (SSCs) and business process outsourcing (BPO) through Dart’s range of interactive visual data tools.
Dart Institute is the new data analytics centre of the Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON), the world’s largest shared services, outsourcing and business transformation community. Established in 1999, SSON is a global community of 110,000 members and connects shared services professionals on a regional and global basis. Dart Institute provides support for these professionals by offering an advantage in navigating the ever-evolving shared services and outsourcing landscape, whilst remaining at the forefront of industry trends.
“We are extremely excited to offer this new data analytics resource to the global shared services and outsourcing community,” said Emma Beaumont, Dart Institute’s Managing Director. “Dart Institute taps into almost 20 years worth of data gathered by SSON on the global service delivery landscape. By analysing and presenting this data in interactive visual formats, we are pleased to provide our subscribers with digestible, data-driven insights into the industry – and give them an alternative to 90-page analytics reports.”
It is expected that 2016 will see 64% of SSOs maintain or increase usage of data analytics to improve their performances, tapping into digitalisation to expedite processes and information.
To subscribe to Dart Institute’s data analytics service, users can register at http://www.dart- institute.com.
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