TimeXtender's mission allows companies to get the most out of their data resources and in the shortest time possible. Automation is key and the Discovery Hub data management platform, is the main tool. Heine Krog-Iversen, CEO and founder, tells us more.
Thank you for this interview, Mr. Krog. What are the top priorities of successful leaders in today's fast-paced business world?
My professional mission is empower everyone in an organisation to have instant access to all types of data from any location. This will allow them to make better business decisions and achieve greater business success. Data is the most valuable currency a company has, but it must be available to the right stakeholders as well as accurate data.
Data can provide historical context and valuable insight. However, data should not be used alone. This is what we call making decisions with data, mind, and heart.
Let's not forget that data cannot make business decisions. Data is great for providing historical context and insight. However, data should not be used alone. It should be combined with other factors such as strategy, experience and industry trends. This is what we call making decisions with data, mind and heart. These factors are combined to enable organisations to make better business decisions that will improve their company's competitiveness, profitability, and ultimately their bottom line.
TimeXtender was established in 2006 as a start up company. It has been recognized as one of the most rapidly-growing companies worldwide. We would love to hear about your vision and the history of TimeXtender's creation.
It is true. TimeXtender was named one of the top-growing private software companies worldwide in several industry reports. Before co-founding TimeXtender I was a founder of another IT consulting that offered business process optimization, workflow and business intelligence services. While helping companies to implement business intelligence capabilities onto their ERP systems, I realized that manual coding was still being used for all projects. Manual coding was expensive and time-consuming. I realized that automation was the better option. TimeXtender was born.
We initially partnered with several ERP consultancies. However, these alliances weren't suitable for our direction with automation. We shifted to partnerships with companies like Microsoft, Qlik and Tableau because they were better aligned with our strategies and what our customers wanted from us. These alliances helped us strengthen our mission and enable us to provide better services for companies that benefit from automation.
TimeXtender's Discovery Hub allows businesses to make better decisions quicker with TimeXtender. We would love to know more about Discovery Hub, and the importance of a data management platform.
Companies need to ensure they have a modern data infrastructure that consolidates and integrates all their data into one centralised hub. This will allow them to rely on the 'one version truth'. It's crucial to use modern technology. We believe Discovery Hub is the best option. Companies have traditionally relied on manual code, which is repetitive and involves multiple tasks. They've relied on manual coding, which often involves repetitive tasks. And they often rely on a team or consultants to help build their data platforms. These tasks are time-consuming, and can be costly.
Automation is a powerful tool in this area. Discovery Hub is a great tool that can help you reduce your build costs by 70% and maintain your costs by 80%. Their time to get data insights is accelerated by as much as 10 times. They can reduce their costs significantly by eliminating the maintenance fees they pay to use various data management tools. They can also free up IT resources for more strategic and valuable projects.
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