The illion business expectations survey retained a positive outlook for the March quarter. With business expectations rising 4.5% annually to 23.2 points, while actual performance increased 5.3% to 16.6 points. Both measures remain firm.
Big data is changing the way businesses operate – providing an additional layer of intelligence to help smart companies, regardless of their size, stay ahead of the game.
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Risk assessment when extending credit is a constant challenge for businesses due to the ever-evolving business landscape and constant introduction of new technologies. This means the nature of credit lifecycles is more dynamic than ever.
Forget the odds – West Coast is tipped to claim the premiership this weekend if history is anything to go by, according to data and analytics company illion.
Business expectations remain solidly positive, with all components of the survey increasing in illion’s most recent analysis. The interim business expectations index for the December quarter rose to a 15-year high, driven by the recent run of favourable economic news on employment, an upturn in retail spending and on-going record low interest rates.
Data is dynamic and constantly changing. Your customers are the same, which means having the most up-to-date information is vital in order to stay informed, ahead of your competitors and achieve growth.
illion recently had the honour of winning two categories at the Australian Business Awards: Employer of Choice and HR Management for 2018. This was an amazing acknowledgement of the team culture here at illion.
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