MBSC Solutions

Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat".
Sun Tzu

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  • Our team of specialists with robust expertise in the Business Intelligence, Business Analysis, Testing//QA, UI/UX Design, Digital Transformation and Strategy Design domains has a combined experience of more than seventeen (17) years in these domains and varied industry experience ranging from Banking, Financial, Healthcare, Consumer Goods, Consumer Services, Public Sector to Industrial sectors.

  • We are passionate about providing relevant solutions thus partner with clients on their journey towards unlocking the full value of their business and fulfill this by reviewing the entity using a 360-degree approach, ensuring alignment of the operational undertakings to the business strategy.

  • Our underpinning principle is based on the People, Process and Technology model.

What is Data Privacy Week?

This is an international effort to create awareness about digital privac, and how it is being used and sometimes exploited by businesses. The cause advocates respecting the privacy of individuals, and for businesses to be more transparent about how they handle user data.

Why is business analysis important?

Business Analysis plays a vital role in every organisation. Analysing business requirements, creating proper documentation, identifying areas for process improvement and organisational change, strategic planning and developing various policies that drive an organisation towards a better future are observed as the most common solutions.

Why strategise???

A strategic plan increases transparency, which helps build trust and eliminate ambiguity–both inside the organisation and among key stakeholders. Strategic planning done well is beneficial because it creates more opportunities for collaboration across teams.

A history of Business Intelligence - origins...

The first use of the term “business intelligence” is widely attributed to Mr. Richard Miller Devens, in his book Cyclopædia of Commercial and Business Anecdotes, first published in 1865. He used it to describe how Sir Henry Furnese, a successful banker, profited from information by actively gathering and acting on it before his competition.
The importance of Data Democratisation in the workplace
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