Data Management at a glance

In an ideal world, all systems are interconnected, data and information are always and everywhere available and there are no analog interruptions.

The reality is different in most companies: A multitude of systems house identical data in theory, but different in practice. Here an old-fashioned CRM system that doesn't deserve the name at all, there a manually maintained Excel spreadsheet and on top of that an Outlook contact book with incomplete addresses and very important: the fax number of the customer. This is nothing to be ashamed of - you should only be ashamed if you don't want to change this situation.

As a digitization specialist, we examine customer-related data management throughout the company, design strategies for the dynamic and seamless management of data and, if necessary, also develop workarounds if certain structures need to be retained.

1. Audit 2. Catalog of measures 3. Implemen­tation

Data Management - Our process

How you handle data determines how valuable your customer database really is. Through good data management, we eliminate data corpses and focus on evaluating the meaningful data at your company. Put it in our hands, we know how to handle it.


Not all data is created equal. That's why we take a close look at your system and develop a fundamental understanding. Our data audit leaves no stone unturned and immediately identifies data corpses. Because we want to focus on the real gold.

Catalog of measures

Our findings from the audit are recorded in a catalog of measures, which later forms the core for the long-term management of your data. The analysis of the data always brings new ideas for the meaningful use and exactly these we find out.


Continuous data management is time consuming. But we know you'd rather focus on interpreting the data. That's why we take care of the management and meaningful presentation of the data. What you then do with it is up to you.

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