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BADIR, Data-to-Decisions Framework | Aryng Aryng
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Data Science + Decision Science

BADIR is Aryng's proprietary Data-to-Decisions framework adopted by many of the fortune 500 companies for their data literacy and digital transformation initiatives.

Why BADIR?

BADIR provides guaranteed actionable results

BADIR marries data science with decision science

BADIR enables 10X+ faster generation of insights

BADIR delivers 20X+ impact by focusing on top drivers

BADIR is easy to learn and apply to solve problems

What is BADIR?

Find the real and actionable Business question

Formulate a hypothesis-driven Analysis plan

Collect relevant Data based on the Analysis Plan

Derive Insights using machine learning & statistics

Drive KPI’s with actionable Recommendation

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Enabled $18M in incremental revenue by reducing product friction for a Payment company

Drove $20M+ by developing product recommendation engine for a Fortune 500 company

BADIR vs DMAIC

What’s similar?

  • Both have common frameworks to be effective and efficient
  • Both frameworks help teams collaborate via defining the problem, gathering relevant data, identifying critical factors, choosing the appropriate analysis methods and implementing

What’s different?

BADIR

  • BADIR aims to provide actionable insights through data.
  • BADIR is best applied to business outcomes and KPIs
  • BADIR uses historical data to solve a business problem.
  • It focuses on accelerated improvement versus stability
  • It has an inbuilt system to learn any business context.
Define
Define
Measure
Measure
analyze
Analyze
improve
Improve
control
Control

Six sigma - DMAIC

  • Six Sigma aims to identify causes of variation in quality.
  • It focuses on process control and stability.
  • It requires system analysis before collecting data.
  • It is best applied to highly repeatable processes.
  • It requires a deep knowledge of the process.