a data-driven business
a data-driven business
Robinson Ryan considers data to be an asset that is vital to intelligent business decisions. We provide your business with the right resources and solutions allowing it to thrive as a data-driven business.
Our core mission is to empower Australian companies as they develop into a business where data is central, essential to every business decision.
Robinson Ryan provides proven services that you can trust. We aim to give you a competitive advantage by empowering you with specialised support and elite enterprise solutions. Our consultants provide a friendly while dedicated experience through the clear distillation of business problems and the most effective analysis of the issues particular to your business.
Robinson Ryan places the highest value on the specific information needs of your business. With our careful and critical examination of your needs, your business will be assured of a bespoke solution and trusted results. Our solutions maximise the value of your data and safeguard the privacy and confidentiality of your stakeholders.
We are pleased to say that Graham Wilson will be participating at this year’s Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe on 21-24 October 2019 in London.
Graham will be speaking on the subject, ‘Emily’s Rebellion – Getting Cosy With Product Managers and Service Designers’.
Excel with flexible training to advance your data skill set
Update your skill set with courses tailored to your organisation
Receive world-class coaching to solve problems quickly
Advance your knowledge with industry-recognised certifcation
Make more discerning use of data with the right products for your organisation
Presented by David Wiebe
DAMA Australia - Sydney
Embracing Change: Education changes the value of data
Author: Tim Goswell
Education is a powerful thing. Education is key to changing how people think, live, and act; for example, it promotes equity, closing the gap between race divides, health disparities and gender roles. With education, comes changes in perspectives, the transformation of attitudes and the breaking down of barriers.
If you want your data model to be really helpful... Ask these four questions
Author: Todd heather
Data modelling sometimes seems like an arcane art practiced by lore masters and mages, schooled in their mystical and mysterious practices in ivory towers with little relevance to here and now pressures of modern organisations.
Nothing could be further from the truth.