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As a management consulting firm, at b.telligent we specialize in introducing and advancing Business Intelligence, Customer Relationship Management, DWH and Big Data systems in enterprises that are active in mass markets.

b.telligent stands for the highest quality and thoroughness. It’s no wonder, because all our consultants are well-educated, motivated, and experienced. In our owner-operated company, one senses the energizing atmosphere that drives our consultants towards our goals, stimulating them to foster and execute their visions in concert with us. Our corporate philosophy provides room for each and every employee to do her/his part to keep us going forward.

Since 2004, over 200 clients have benefited from our corporate culture. With over 150 employees spread across six offices, we support our clients in establishing and advancing their data-driven business models.

Industrie 4.0

Industry 4.0 with the Professionals

For today's businesses 'Internet of Things' and 'Industry 4.0' are a big challenge. b.telligent will help you to master these - inquire now!

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Visual Analytics

Visual Analytics and Visual Data Discovery

Visualize with Visual Analytics your businss data expressively and detect thus relationships and trends - b.telligent will be happy to assist you!

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Data Governance

Data Governance and BI Compliance

Create a secure foundation for your Business Intelligence strategy with a company-wide understanding of BI compliance and Data Governance. Request now!

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b.telligent Blog: Data Science

MLflow: The new machine learning platform

Which functionalities does MLflow have and is this new open-source-platform even relevant? Here's where you'll find the answer!

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b.telligent Blog: Data Science

Machine learning conference in Munich

The highlights from the Machine learning conference in Munich? Our Data Science expert Dr. Sebastian Petry gathered them all in this blog entry.

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b.telligent Blog: Reporting

Inter-company coordination in planning

In this blog post, Matthias Schütz formulates three approaches for an Intercomapny vote as an important building block for a planning system.

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