Data Management



Good data quality is the basis for intelligent decision support. We help you extract, transform, integrate and analyze your internal and external business information. We also help you choose the technology that best suits your business, whether it’s in the cloud or a hybrid solution.

Why is a data platform needed?

Data management is largely about creating a data platform to be able to manage information efficiently. Generally, there are different types of data, such as structured, semi-structured or unstructured data. Data can also be fast (streaming) or slow (updated only at specific intervals).

All this different data needs to be collected and managed in one place to create a good basis for decision support. The data can be structured and saved in different ways, depending on needs, in, for example, a Data Warehouse or in a Data Lake.

We can help you

Data management is not just technical, we can also help you with the organizational aspects. 


There needs to be an organization around the company’s data management that clarifies who owns the various definitions for who, for example, should be considered a customer or employee, or how to look at what is the company’s margin.

Here we can help by developing a strategy for how to start working more efficiently with your data.


The technical aspect largely concerns where the platform should be located – in the cloud or a hybrid solution, as well as which components should be included in the solution.

We help you build a data platform that suits your business and that can be scaled up and expanded as needed. We also ensure that the data platform is secure, as cheap as possible to manage and easy to develop.

Advantages of building a data platform in the cloud

Moving from a traditional server structure to a PaaS-based solution is crucial in order to take advantage of the many new services available today for Business Intelligence. In addition, the need to install and maintain the platform is dramatically reduced because the infrastructure is outsourced.

Use of PaaS is paid by the hour, which means you only pay for what you need and can scale up as needed. Having a cloud platform ensures that you always have the latest version and licensing is included which minimizes the overall cost of the platform. At Random Forest, we use Microsoft Azure as a cloud platform.

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