Continuum expands data analytics team with new consultant

Continuum is growing its team of consultants to look after its Channel Island, UK and Europe clients transforming their business through AI data analytics.

Aniksha (“Nikki”) Panchmatia joins Continuum as a consultant, managing projects for Continuum as the firm expands its data analytics services in Jersey.

A Prince 2- qualified project manager, Aniksha has led high profile workstreams in financial services and health care, migrating users and preparing systems for regulatory change.

Dan Hare, Founder, Continuum, said: “Aniksha is an experienced, well-liked, project manager with a strong track record with financial services firms and the NHS. She is used to working with stakeholders across diverse business areas in Jersey and in the UK and we look forward to working with her as Continuum helps businesses progress the way they manage data. I worked with Nikki on a previous client project, and when she became available I had to make sure that she was part of our evolution.

“AI will be playing a greater role in all areas of business, but using data is immediately transformative. We’re seeing a big growth in firms adopting AI analytics and expect Continuum to expand further this year.”

Dan set up Continuum in Jersey in 2014 to help businesses bridge the gap between business data and analytics. A global partner of Alteryx and DataRobot, Continuum has over 20 satisfied clients across the Channel Islands, UK and Europe, specialising in financial services by training staff to use data platforms to improve everyday processes.

Aniksha said: “This is an exciting time for data as more firms see the benefits of analytics, AI and robotics and I’m delighted to be working with Continuum.”

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Dan said: “We’re at the start of the Data Revolution where data and the way we manage it will affect everyone’s business, and indeed, life. There are a lot of myths around how to analyse the data we have, around how you need data scientists or people who can write or read code to interpret data and extract its value. Self Service Data Analytics, AI and Robotics provide the tools to make everyone’s process a lot simpler.”