Azure data platform was co-built with Kapacity
In Wrist’s journey towards being driven by Analytics and Insights, a solid data foundation was needed. Wrist needed a platform that was scalable and made it possible to work with more advanced technologies such as predictive modeling and cognitive services.
Wrist chose to go with a Microsoft Azure cloud data platform that met all their needs. The implementation was made based on a co-build approach, where Kapacity slowly downsizes resources and lets Wrist take over.
As a result, Wrist gradually built up the skills needed to take full ownership of the cloud platform and continue the journey on their own. Birthe Boysen was enthusiastic about the collaboration.
“The collaboration to build our new data platform was very successful. It was a professional collaboration, a professional process, and there were no deviations. We have reached our goal within the given timeframe. And we have been able to take ownership of the platform by the time of launch without using Kapacity,” she says and concludes:
“It is one of the most well-implemented projects I have been part of. And I have been doing projects the past 25 years.”
An important part of the reason for the successful implementation was that Wrist chose to prioritize extra BI resources and hire additional staff in connection with the establishment of the new platform, who could drive the platform going forward.