The business case for diversity, equality and inclusion is well documented, with hundreds of studies demonstrating that diverse companies are more likely to outperform their competitors, enjoy higher revenue, experience better decision making, sponsor creativity and innovation, and have lower staff turnover than their non-diverse competitors.
The world is short on certainty at the moment. The invasion of Ukraine, global supply chain pressures and rocketing inflation have strained leading economies and precipitated an energy crisis. Oil prices haven’t been this high since before 2015, and the geopolitical pressures on operators to boost production are mounting.
After setting up a business, the difficulty of coming up with a new company name is often underestimated. That’s what myself and my fellow LYTT co-founder discovered when we took on this difficult task late one Friday afternoon in 2019. We knew it was essential to come up with a name that encompassed all facets of our business and what makes our sensor analytics platform stand out – but where to begin?
When you’ve worked in computing for over two decades, you gain an appreciation of how dynamic the sector is. There has never been a more exciting time to work with data, and since joining LYTT in September 2021, I have been involved in many projects that have the potential to transform operations across multiple industries, such as Carbon Capture Storage Monitoring, Power & Utilities, and Oil & Gas.