Milan Politecnico & Egeria
To improve it is essential to measure!
Today we are in the fourth industrial revolution and the greatest challenge is to manage the collection and analysis of the large amount of information generated by the observation of users' habits and behaviors: to understand the current reality in detail and to foresee future events and behaviors thanks to statistical analysis of flows and consumer choices, detectable, from Big Data and the use of artificial intelligence tools is the key to the success of companies that will follow these paths.
Egeria is an innovative high-tech start-up specializing in the Fitness & Wellness sector in the analysis, design and development of Business Intelligence systems that allow you to monitor and measure activities, flows within clubs around the world. With these tools it is possible to have a clear picture of reality, understand its mechanisms and find ways to improve it.
The team is made up of people with a large international experience behind them and develops collection applications, analysis of the data needed to support decisions.
We support open and flexible companies and we help management to analyze data and interpret them clearly, to translate them into strategic consulting. Our knowledge of the numbers and our experience allow our customers to have available efficient and effective tools essential to achieve the planned objectives.
A road that has led this new company to attract the attention of many important interlocutors, multinational companies and universities. Among the various acknowledgments of this young company there is also the collaboration with the Polytechnic of Milan, currently considered an international university, among the first in the world.
A collaboration between POLIMI & Egeria, which is leading to a shared research and analysis activity, a greater knowledge of a sector, such as that of the greatly developing Fitness & Wellness.
The first research collaboration project with POLIMI with a staff of the Politecnico that is already working, coordinated by the management of Egeria and a second project has already been planned for next September with an international research.