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Business Intelligence

Our Partners

Microsoft

We utilise the Microsoft products from application design and development through to data integration, transformation and visualisation, in other words from .NET to Power BI.

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ZAP BI

As a Service Partner and Value-Added-Reseller of ZAP BI we're able to offer one of the latest BI Data Management technologies to help businesses organise data from many sources and produce valuable insights.

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Sage

We have worked with Sage technology for over 15 years, but we specialise in developing and integrating bespoke applications that enhance the Sage Accounting/ERP software, from line 100 to X3.

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ThoughtSpot

Village’s proven implementation methodologies and support services help you to quickly embed ThoughtSpot into your business for hundreds of users, connect all your data sources and give everyone the access they need in a governed environment.

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Our Clients

We work closely with a wide range of clients from different industries and sectors. Here are some of our clients.

Latest Media

Work ≠ Stress

May 14th – 20th is Mental Health Awareness Week, this year the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) is focusing on Stress. Stress is something that affects both our mental and …

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Navigating the Evolving Web - Part II: Angular

Angular has the longest history of the three frameworks we are looking at with development going back to 2009. However, 2014 saw a complete rebuild of the platform. The o…

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Navigating the Evolving Web - Part I

In the beginning, the web was ... relatively simple. A site had text and pictures and links to other sites with more text and more pictures. And it was good. Over time, …

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