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Mottum Analytica partners CKT-UTAS to build cutting-edge data warehouse

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Mottum Analytica, a global leader in data-driven transformation, is set to partner with the C. K. Tedam University for Technology and Applied Sciences (CKT-UTAS) on a project to construct an advanced data warehouse for the university.

Mottum Analytica, founded in 2021 in Spain, utilizes data analytics, artificial intelligence, and other digital technologies to drive innovation for companies and organizations around the world. Their team of data scientists and business experts helps clients use data to identify opportunities for digital transformation.

According to their website, Mottum is currently working with over 50 universities globally on similar data-focused initiatives to improve research capabilities and operational efficiency.

Through this strategic partnership, Mottum brings their technical expertise in data analytics. This was contained in a post on the official Facebook page of the tertiary institution.

“Exciting Grant Announcement:  Mottum Analytica, in partnership with CKT-UTAS, is set to embark on a transformative journey to build a cutting-edge data warehouse for the University. CEO & Founder, Prof. Jose Luis Delgado Davara, alongside Prof. César Covarrubias, Data-Driven Innovation Director at Mottum, held an introductory meeting with the Management, the Dean of the School of Computing and Information Sciences, Prof. Edward Baagyere, and some staff members. Discussions revolved around unveiling a comprehensive roadmap for the grant, charting the course of this project from 2023 to 2028. As part of this innovative collaboration, a 3-day workshop will be organized where the team will engage with and educate participants on the intricacies of data-driven initiatives.”

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Bolgatanga|

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