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BI, Big Data & Analytics Recruitment

Data is at the heart of IT

Data is at the heart of every modern business, in the form of customer data, systems data, performance data, statistical data etc.  From the moment we wake up until the moment we sleep, we are producing valuable data that companies can use in order to better understand their customers. Organisations face the challenge of how to best capture, store, manage and process data, in one central location or across multiple sites.

Skills shortage

There is a high demand for experienced staff of all levels within the BI, Big Data & Analytics industry, yet there is a huge shortfall of skills.  Organisations face the challenge of finding the right people with the appropriate software and analytical skills, from within a small pool
of talent.

Understanding your data

Businesses are also facing the challenge of where to invest their money.  Everyone is talking about big data, but does that mean you should be investing in it today?

Companies need to better understand the benefits of data analysis. Demand is usually driven from a marketing perspective or from R&D, where the utilisation of data has been identified as a powerful tool to better understand the needs of the consumer.

How does data add value to an organisation?

If your organisation wants to survive, grow, and innovate, then you must have a BI Strategy. If you are not leveraging your data assets - if you do not have a BI data related business strategy - then you are going to lose market position and competitive advantage.

How can Montash help?

The demand for data skills is growing by the day.  Gartner predicts that by 2015 there will be a demand for 4.4 million data scientists, yet only a third of those roles will be filled.

As experts in our field we recognise the importance of understanding the difference between a candidate who says they know data, and one that actually does.  We understand the costs of a wrong hire - both in time and money.

​We know the people that know data, and we know people who have a proven track record in successfully delivering projects.  Let us show you some of the best candidates in the market to fill your BI, Big Data & Analytics recruitment needs.

See how we have helped our clients in setting up entire BI, Big Data & Analytic teams.



Areas Covered

The BI, Big Data & Analytics practice covers a wide range of areas within BI, Big Data & Analytics function. With a proven track record in assisting world-leading organisations in building global BI teams from Executive to mid-management. The team has consistently delivered contract and permanent assignments in the following areas: 

  • Big Data Recruitment
  • Data Management Recruitment
  • Data Architects Recruitment
  • Data Scientists Recruitment
  • Data Warehouse Recruitment
  • Customer Insight Analysts Recruitment
  • Data Migrator Recruitment
  • Marketing Analytics Recruitment
  • Web Analytics Recruitment
  • Database Marketing Recruitment
  • Statistical Modelling Recruitment
  • Content Management Recruitment
  • Structured / Unstructured Data Recruitment
  • Data Quality Recruitment

If you have requirements in any of the above areas, or would like to discuss your plans in detail, please contact the BI, Big Data & Analytics Recruitment team on: +44 (0)20 7014 0230 or send email to info@montash.com

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