At DVT we run regular online events that are focused on the latest technology trends within the IT industry and we invite guest speakers to share their knowledge and insights on various topics. The DVT Insights Events aim to enlighten you, educate you and often, provide a new view on a burning issue within the technology space.

Data storytelling – The data skill for everyone

Published in Data
Monday, 11 April 2022 21:34
Data storytelling is a process of communicating insights from data using portrayal & visualisations. Here’s how to effectively tell a story with data.

Beyond Digitalisation: Navigating the New Normal

Published in Digitisation
Monday, 21 June 2021 11:18
Once upon a time, digitalisation was all the rage. Digital transformation was the holy grail, and everyone went searching for it. It became a way of life for organisations, both traditional and new, underpinned by major tech trends captured in smart acronyms like SMAC (Social Media, Mobile Devices, Analytics and the Cloud) that had everyone towing the same line.

The Key to Success with AI, Data and Analytics

Tuesday, 25 February 2020 12:57
The rapid progression of data platforms and their capabilities has seen analytical models increasingly being used to model complex business scenarios for planning, operations, investment and innovation. Businesses continue to shift to data-driven decision making at all levels in the organisation as data streams, processing and subsequent insights become ubiquitous. Given the availability of these technological capabilities, the critical question is how to achieve success with these toolsets.

DVT announces Power BI templates for Pastel

Published in Data Analytics
Friday, 26 July 2019 08:06

Software development and related services company DVT has developed a series of Power BI templates and dashboards for Pastel Accounting, available for sale directly from DVT for all Pastel users in South Africa and abroad.

The AI, Data and Analytics technology space is certainly in the spotlight. A great deal of coverage is being given to the potential application of these capabilities and almost the necessity to do so in order for businesses to survive in the competitive, digital landscape. That pressure though to adopt, use and disrupt comes with dangers that are certainly not receiving the same air time.
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