In 2021, over 3.3 billion photos and nearly 800,000 hours of video were shared on the internet daily. About 59% of our global population has internet access, while 4.57 billion are active users – this is a 3% increase from 2019. Among those numbers, 4.2 billion are active mobile users, while 3.81 billion utilize social media.
According to The 2021 State of the Data Center Report, companies of all types have utilized computer vision and visual data to gain a competitive edge and acquire new insights into their current markets. Visual communication is a must-have for all organizations, including governmental, public service, and law enforcement agencies. This type of data helps those in charge, employees, and clients make sense of the work being done and if the work is accomplishing the desired results.
MAKING DATA-DRIVEN DECISIONS
The collection and analysis of data play an essential role in enterprise-level corporations, civic and nonprofit organizations, and governmental agencies. But even as humans generate more than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day, it’s never been easier for businesses of all sizes to collect, analyze, and interpret data into real, actionable insights.
Although data-driven decision-making has existed for centuries, it remains a modern phenomenon. Data-driven decision-making will allow you to make more confident decisions, be more pro-active than reactive in your decision-making process and realize cost savings. Data-based decision-making utilizes past information to predict the future. Without data, there are a lot of risks, such as performing on false assumptions and being swayed by biases. Data-based decision management also leads to improved transparency and accountability. It is recommendable for every organization to uphold an effective data-driven decision-making practice.
UTILIZING VISUAL AIDS
Decision-making relies heavily on data. But in today’s technological world, data comes at us with overwhelming velocity. We can’t always comprehend dense data without adding a layer of abstractions, such as visual aids. Visual data will prove more successful when we acknowledge that it is not a stand-alone action. It requires planning, resources, and skills to develop visualizations.
Thanks to technological tools and innovations, FusionStak can easily translate information into visual representations. Simplicity is essential when it comes to creating visual data. The goal is to be straightforward and to affirm and set the context. Design skills are crucial. Clarity and consistency make visuals more effective and help contribute to growth and development within companies and public sectors.
At FusionStak, we founded our company on the guiding principle of providing value to our clients and partners through technological innovation. As we learn and gain intimate knowledge of how our clients like to work and how they see themselves working in the future, our team works to improve our client’s daily tasks and jobs.
Our team has improved the workings of several various governmental agencies (St. James Parish, the Louisiana Department of Health, and the State of Louisiana Department of Children and Families) and law enforcement agencies (Louisiana State Police, Baton Rouge Police, etc.). Our expert IT services for law enforcement agencies provide top-of-the-line tools, such as our LENSS application that allow their personnel to operate at high levels, access resources and data that create safer work environments, and produce reports and statistics, and allow for better operational planning.
If you need state-of-the-art solutions, FusionStak is ready to work for and with you to build solutions using the latest innovations in technology to get you the most value in return on the money you spend.