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Business Intelligence

Business Intelligence, or BI, is the process used for analysing data in formats that benefit users such as managers and executives, allowing them to digest the information and make better business decisions based on such data. A job in Business Intelligence requires knowledge of a number of different tools and applications so that the various systems within an organisation can run analysis and queries against the data, producing data and results to pass on to decision makers within the business.

Data Scientists

In the ever developing world of Information Technology, demands for new proficiencies are constantly developing. Data Scientists are a new breed of analytical data expert, possessing the knowledge and skills set to understand and solve problems that masses of data may present.

If you are proficient in Data Visualisation such as Power BI, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition, Data Preparation or Text Analysis, then we want to hear from you. We understand that these are key skills in modern data management and want to work with those that are looking to apply these skills in a practical environment. Take a look at our latest IT roles below.


  1. Lead BI Developer


    Area: Hampshire

    Sector: Technology

    Salary: Market related

  2. Junior Software Developer / Software Developer


    Area: UK

    Sector: Technology

    Salary: Market related

  3. Senior Network Architect


    Area: UK

    Sector: Technology

    Salary: Market related

  4. Lead Business Intelligence Engineer


    Area: Worcester

    Sector: Technology

    Salary: Market Related Salary

  5. Application Support Engineer


    Area: Edinburgh

    Sector: Technology

    Salary: negotiable

  6. Application Architect


    Area: Bristol

    Sector: Technology

    Salary: Market related

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