Author: Neil Calvert

Co-founder & CEO

Applied Infonomics Webinar Recording

Last week, we ran our first ever webinar on Applied Infonomics! We’ve tried before and failed to get anyone to register, so this time, having 26 people sign-up was a huge step forward for us. Thanks to all those who attended. The topic discussed the Weaponisation of Data, and the Monetisation of Information. We covered […]

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Sketch Sorting

It’s easy to lose track of which sketches have been shared with you and which ones you have shared with others, so the Explorer View and Panel now has a “Published By Me” filter, so you can quickly understand which content you have provided with others.

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Warnings Panel

We all need a little help from time to time, ensuring that our data capture is correct, so that we can gain the insights we need from our work. The new LINQ Warnings Panel will help you see where you have missed vital data capture so that you can gain the maximum knowledge from your […]

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Cost Allocation Insight

We now show you the cost of creating your Information Outputs by allocating the cost of Actions to each output created. If you have Action costs already captured in your sketch, simply turn on Cost Allocation in the Visualisation panel to see how much your Information Assets cost to produce. Find out more information on […]

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What’s your information maturity score?

We’re all beginning to realise that our information assets need to be more effectively managed so that the value our information adds to our business is recognised properly; that our maturity, in terms of how we consider our information increases. With that recognition comes the opportunity to invest in the areas of the business which […]

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Usability Enhancements

We’ve made some changes to help make things easier when you are working in LINQ. The Balanced Scorecard header now floats as you scroll down the table making it much easier for you to reference what you are looking for and also to change the sort order or display property as you are using the […]

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