Make data-driven decisions

Our data analytics team uses the most advanced technologies and techniques in the market to transform complex data into insights for your business, helping you make more informed decisions and drive growth.

Benefits for your company:


Tactical actions and strategic business decisions based on data.


Stay ahead, bring the latest market trends to your business.

Risk management

Data analytics can help identify and reduce potential risks for your business.


Using D&A helps you make more informed decisions, understand your audience, and make your business more profitable.


Our team of analysts, data scientists, and data engineers uses the best technologies in the market to deliver exceptional results.


Ensure the protection and scalability of your data in the cloud.

Services for your company:


We deliver squads with data analytics specialists to assist in data delivery.

Cloud migration

We migrate your BI solutions to D&A in the cloud.


We define relevant indicators and analyses for your business.

Tactical actions

We develop a solid and scalable D&A strategy.


Understand How Everything Works

  • Centralized storage of raw and structured data.
  • Ability to handle unstructured data.
  • Scalability to handle large volumes of data.
  • Flexibility to work with various data types.
  • Real-time data analysis and processing.
  • Cost reduction, as it eliminates the need for prior data transformation.

A Data Lake can store a wide variety of data types, such as transactional data, server logs, sensor data, social media data, streaming data, machine data, among others. It is designed to handle structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data.

Some common challenges when working with a Data Lake include:

  • Managing and governing large-scale data.
  • Ensuring data quality and standardization.
  • Security and data protection of stored data.
  • Data overload, making it difficult to find relevant information.
  • Need for advanced technical knowledge to implement and maintain the Data Lake.
  • Define a clear data governance strategy.
  • Implement appropriate security measures to protect the data.
  • Ensure data quality through cleaning and transformation processes.
  • Use cataloging and metadata tools for easier data discovery.
  • Foster collaboration between analysis teams and data scientists.
  • Implement monitoring and performance management to optimize data processing.
  • Scalability: Cloud services allow you to increase or decrease storage capacity according to your needs without investing in additional infrastructure.
  • Accessibility: Data can be accessed from anywhere and anytime as long as there is an internet connection.
  • Redundancy: Cloud service providers often have backup and redundancy measures in place to ensure data security.
  • Collaboration: Data can be easily shared and collaborated on by various individuals or teams.
  • Integration: Cloud data can be integrated with other cloud tools and services for analysis, processing, and insights.
  • Encryption: Data can be encrypted at rest and in transit to ensure confidentiality.
  • Access Control: Granular access policies can be defined to ensure only authorized individuals have access to the data.
  • Auditing: Cloud services often provide auditing features to track and monitor data-related activities.
  • Disaster Recovery: Cloud service providers have measures to ensure data recovery in case of failures or disasters.

The costs of cloud data storage can vary depending on the provider, amount of data stored, geographic region, among other factors. Typically, costs are based on the amount of storage used and data transfer.

Migrating on-premise data to the cloud offers several significant advantages, including:

  • Scalability and Flexibility
  • Cost Reduction
  • Accessibility and Collaboration
  • Backup and Disaster Recovery
  • Advanced Security
  • Simplified Updates and Maintenance
  • Advanced Analysis and Insights

There are several ways to access data in the cloud, depending on the type of cloud service and provider you are using. Common methods include management interfaces, APIs, file transfer protocols, sync and share applications, and private network connections.

Some Data Visualization tools for accessing and visualizing data in the cloud are Tableau, Power BI, Google Data Studio, QlikView, and Qlik Sense. These tools allow connecting to various data sources, including cloud services, and creating interactive visualizations and dashboards.

Please note that the information provided in these responses is for general knowledge and may not cover all specific details or changes that might occur over time. It’s always best to consult the latest documentation and resources from the respective cloud service providers and data visualization tool vendors for the most accurate and up-to-date information.