Your company has a solid data strategy in place, which is implemented carefully. Data is recognized as a company asset and treated as such. IT and Business teams collaborate to further help employees get fast, reliable access to data and most likely there is also a CoE (Center of Excellence for Analytics) created to further expand data and analytics capabilities. The company has considerated – or is considering – migrating its data to cloud-based infrastructure, based on the understanding that legacy, on premise data warehouses do not support modern analytics.
Employees have moved from static reporting to self service dashboards which enable them to focus more on analysing business and market trends instead of creating data dumps. Data Governance and Master Data Management teams have also been created and on the board level people are setting the basis for company wide data governance framework with guardrails in place, to ensure a steady stream of accurate reliable data.