Masindi Mabogo
Masindi Mabogo
director at PBT Group.

Masindi Mabogo’s career started from humble beginnings, as a tutor, teaching Microsoft Word and Excel, before joining a division in Unisa as a researcher. Mabogo later moved to a call centre appointment at Fujitsu, supporting dial-up Internet connection, before joining a PBT Group Internship in 2006. Through perpetual commitment, dedication, determination and hard work, he grew through the ranks to become a principal BI consultant at PBT Group. After eight years with PBT Group, Mabogo was appointed as a director, a position he currently holds.

Cover your tracks

Feb 6, 2018

Your digital footprint is as clear an indication of your activities as your actual footprint; ensure you stay on the right path.

Data architecture goes agile

Oct 11, 2017

The best data architecture for agility includes a mix of on-premises and cloud physical data architecture.

The rise and fall of IOT

Jul 7, 2017

Will the Internet of things make an accelerated descent into the "Trough of Disillusionment"?

Intrinsic dark data

Mar 2, 2017

Unanalysed data attributes usually constitute the biggest portion of the total volume of used data.

Incentive assertiveness

Gamification is being used as a way to engage and motivate people to achieve their goals.

No strangers among self-service

It may come as a surprise that the need for self-service analytics has been around since the 1970s.

The golden key

Cloud business intelligence has the power to open doors for small to medium-sized companies.

The art of advanced analytics

Advanced analytics relies on sophisticated quantitative methods to produce insights traditional BI is unlikely to discover.

The business data lake

Companies use data lakes as a landing place to hold large volumes of data in their original form.

Tolerating budget deviations

There are a multitude of factors that can impact a business intelligence project's return on investment.