There is a colossal disconnect between the volumes of data collected by organizations and the people who might make use of it. This gap can be bridged by creating focused and thoughtful data presentation tools, including reports, dashboards, visualizations, or key metrics. Together, these tools and capabilities lead to data fluency, the ability to use the language of data to exchange and explore ideas within your organization.
Conquer the different challenges organizations face with data reporting and communication
Find a fit between audience needs and the right data presentations
Design effective data presentations and tools, including choices in visualizations, layout, and styling
Shape the culture of your organization to encourage the use of data in daily activities
Build an ecosystem where quality data presentation solutions can reach their audiences with geometry, traditional charts, maps, color, art, and even humor
Learn more by visiting the companion website at www.juiceanalytics.com/data-fluency
Zach Gemignani, Chris Gemignani, Richard Galentino, Patrick Schuermann
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Zach is co-founder and CEO of Juice Analytics. His focus on making customer’s data more usable and valuable has helped Juice provide solutions with real benefit. His writings and speaking engagements have earned him a tremendous reputation in the Business Intelligence and Web Analytics arenas. Before Zach helped found Juice, he led efforts to bring analytical rigor to the broadband programming and advertising groups at AOL. Prior, he was a management consultant with Diamond Consultants and Booz Allen. In these roles, Zach focused on information-intensive businesses such as credit cards and banking. Zach has an MBA from University of Virginia’s Darden School of Management and a BS in Economics from Haverford College.