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“We are passionate about data. We exist to give each of our clients the power to discover new possibilities and change their world.”
Established in Australia in 2002, Quantium was founded by like-minded executives from different disciplines across data, science and business. Entrepreneurial drive, combined with a shared passion for measurable results and applied analytics, has made Quantium a force in industry. Using data, they power possibilities for organizations.
Quantium started out as a data analytics firm, helping businesses make better decisions. Since then they have grown into a globally recognized partner to businesses that have the ambition to lead their industries. These days they help their clients navigate the complex world of data, analytics and technology to deliver powerful insights with clear business applications. Their platforms, products, processes and years of experience have enabled us to deliver on the promise of data.
Partnerships are at Quantium’s core. Connections with data owners and close collaborations with clients allow Quantium to power new possibilities for business. They are proud to have established a unique range of data partnerships with many global brands. They believe that adding assets and expertise to clients’ own thinking is the key to ongoing progress and success.
Of course their ommitment to data quality, privacy and security is central to daily operations and at the heart of company’s values.
Quantium Health Outcomes
Creating shared value across the health system. Data is abundant in health care in Australia, but often remains fragmented in silos.
This means that key decisions must often be made without a complete view of the facts. The truly company believe that, in health care, accurate and timely information should form the foundation for every question we ask, every direction they choose and every decision they make.
Comprehensive data and health system expertise can help bring greater insight, better decisions and optimal outcomes to the forefront of both clinical and policy decision making.
Their health data ecosystem, and the tools and techniques they create, support data custodians, clinicians, policy makers and health care consumers to benefit from a holistic view of health and health care delivery.
They support participants to share data in secure, privacy compliant ways, and deliver insights to inform vital health care decisions for all contributors.
Data is abundant but the insights they develop determine its value.
At Quantium their clients realize the potential of their data by better understanding how their customers behave and how to predict future behavior. They help their clients improve all aspects of their customers’ experience. By understanding them better they make their interactions more relevant and more valuable.
Understanding consumer behaviour, from many perspectives and in the wider market context, enables clients to make better business decisions. Working with data partners and clients, across a wide range of categories, they deliver data-driven insights which are at the centre of new strategic thinking to power bigger and better possibilities.
They do this by leveraging three unique capabilities:
Meet the Leaders
Adam Driussi (BEc, FIAA, FFin), Chief Executive Officer- Adam co-founded Quantium in 2002. An Actuary with over 20 years’ experience, Adam has overall responsibility for Quantium’s day-to-day operations and strategy.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Economics (Actuarial Studies), is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia and a Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia and is a regular speaker on various data analytics related topics. In 2013 he was awarded Actuary of the Year by the Actuaries Institute for his work in data analytics.
Adam was formerly a Partner at Deloitte where he led the firm’s insurance pricing and customer analytics business area.
Tony Davis, Non-Executive Chairman- Tony joined Quantium in 2003 as a Founding Director and serves as Non-Executive Chairman. Previously Tony shared leadership of the business with his co-founders as executive director, leading the company through many phases of growth.
Prior to Quantium Tony worked with major brands in the UK and Australia, leading strategy and marketing with a focus on data, consumer insight and marketing accountability.
Beyond Quantium Tony serves on the board of The Smith Family, Australia’s leading charity supporting children’s welfare and education; and previously ADMA, Australia’s data and marketing industry trade body, where he was director for ten years including a three year term as chairman.
Additionally he is an advisor, mentor and investor with a range of early stage data and tech enabled organisations.
Some of their Key Clients
The company takes pride in working with a wide range of market-leading brands and organizations across the globe. Their clients embrace change and strive for continuous innovation and improvement. Their collaborative relationships thrive on mutual challenge. Their combined endeavors deliver the most powerful range of techniques and approaches, ensuring long-lasting valuable customer relationships.
“We have grown profitably by 30% per annum since our inception in 2002.”
“We believe that adding our assets and expertise to clients’ own thinking is the key to ongoing progress and success.”
“In everyday life, data forms the backbone of every decision we make, every lesson we learn and every direction we choose. Better data, better decisions, better outcomes.”
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