Time-Saving Data Infrastructure

Do you manually collect, record, or cross-reference data as part of your business process? Are a few Excel spreadsheets duct-taped between separate enterprise systems your data infrastructure? Are you competing in the 21st century but still using tools from the 20th?

Does your data serve your business process, or does your business process serve your data?

A depiction of a typical, time-consuming business process. A user collects information from many sources and inputs it into a spreadsheet.
I want to save you from this

Your data infrastructure should serve your business needs.

Data should be automatically collected, recorded, cross-referenced, and reported on. Your team should be free from punching numbers into spreadsheets; they should be using their expertise to act on that information. That’s where your advantage is; my advantage is in getting you there.

A depiction of a modern business process where data serves the user without manual entry. Data is processed, stored, and reported on in ways that enable users to act on it.
Data management should look like this

Spreadsheets are fantastic tools, but they do not scale with your business. The data exploration and visualization available in them is extremely limited and time-consuming. They are not data science ready. They are not 21st century ready.

Contact me if you want help getting from where you are, to where you should be with your data infrastructure.