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peterjamesthomas.com White Papers can be very absorbing reads

As well as consultancy, research and interim work, peterjamesthomas.com Ltd. helps organisations in a number of other ways. The recently launched Data Strategy Review Service is just one example.

Another service we provide is writing White Papers for clients. Sometimes the labels of these are white [1] as well as the paper. Sometimes Peter James Thomas is featured as the author. White Papers can be based on themes arising from articles published here, they can feature findings from de novo research commissioned in the data arena, or they can be on a topic specifically requested by the client.

Seattle-based Data Consultancy, Neal Analytics, is an organisation we have worked with on a number of projects and whose experience and expertise dovetails well with our own. They recently commissioned a White Paper expanding on our 2018 article, Building Momentum – How to begin becoming a Data-driven Organisation. The resulting paper, The Path to Data-Driven, has just been published on Neal Analytics’ site (they have a lot of other interesting content, which I would recommend checking out):

Neal Analytics White Paper - The Path to Data-Driven
Clicking on the above image will take you to Neal Analytics’ site, where the White Paper may be downloaded for free and without registration

If you find the articles published on this site interesting and relevant to your work, then perhaps – like Neal Analytics – you would consider commissioning us to write a White Paper or some other document. If so, please just get in contact, or simply schedule an introductory ‘phone call. We have a degree of flexibility on the commercial side and will most likely be able to come up with an approach that fits within your budget. Although we are based in the UK, commissions – like Neal Analytics’s one – from organisations based in other countries are welcome.
 


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Another article from peterjamesthomas.com. The home of The Data and Analytics Dictionary, The Anatomy of a Data Function and A Brief History of Databases.

 

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