2 Years of Sontai!



After what has been a really strange year for everyone, I’m so pleased to be able to celebrate Sontai’s second birthday. We’ve come a long way over the last two years, so I wanted to share a few thoughts behind where it all started and a couple of successes along the way.


Founded in 2018, Sontai was set up with the aim of bringing data analytics capabilities to small and medium sized companies who didn’t have the resources in house to maximise their data and make better data-driven decisions for their business. Having worked in data analysis for over a decade across a number of large multinational organisations, I had seen first-hand the difference that was made to business decision making through the use of data and had also seen smaller companies wanting to get into their data but not knowing where to begin.


Fast forward two years and the goal is still the same, and I’m proud to help our clients maximise their data through Data Analysis, Customised Reporting Solutions and Training, This has allowed us to have worked on some diverse projects with some really innovative and interesting companies across a range of industries, leveraging all types of data in new and interesting ways to help them understand performance, manage KPI’s identify trends and present back areas for opportunity and growth.


This year also saw us honoured when I was recognised as a Thought Leader in Data Analysis by the All-Ireland Business All Stars, demonstrating their key values of Trust, Competence, Performance and Customer Centricity, which underlines our commitment to our customers in everything we do.


If you’d like to talk to me about how you can leverage the data in your business to make better decisions, then please do get in touch with us on +353 (0) 45 83 52 83 or hello@sontaidatasolutions.com and we’d be more than happy to help.


Alternatively, you can find us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube where we are always updating our followers with handy tips and hints about how to get more from your data.


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