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Hitesh Arora

Hi Kaiser

I totally agree with you that no matter how much you want or try, you can't really separate Ninja from Squirrel. Avinash's perspective is more relevant to large scale companies where there are enough Analysts for both type of work but in mid size to any average company, it is not so as they are still evolving. Personally i feel more confident about giving insights, if i thoroughly check and slice the data myself

Regards
Hitesh

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