CEOs Don’t Care About Data with Jana Fuelberth

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Adam Torres and Jana Fuelberth explore data management.

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Show Notes:

Data management allows CEOs to make crucial decisions as a business grows. But what happens when decision makers don’t have access to the right data? In this episode,  Adam Torres and Jana Fuelberth, President and CEO & Co-Founder at analytic.li, explore data management and how savvy CEOs are using it to succeed.

About Jana Fuelberth 

She has an insatiable curiosity for business and an unwavering belief that great business outcomes and a wonderful work experience can go hand-in-hand. That’s why she is thankful to be a part of analytic.li. Everyday they get to knock down data silos and help businesses make mission-critical decisions faster. 

About analytic.li

They are a workforce analytics company that helps employers make better, data-driven decisions. They get that each employer’s need for analytics can differ. For some, it’s a fully-integrated, multi-persona set of dashboards that encompasses human capital management data (e.g. payroll, timekeeping, and human resources), business data (e.g. ERP, point of sale), and budgeting/forecasting information. For others, it’s daily insights that help managers prevent avoidable overtime and employee burnout. Regardless of where you are on your analytics journey, they are ready to think analytic.li with you!

So, let’s talk about that journey…. They give you a massive head start due to their natural language processing capabilities, best-practice dashboards and insights & pre-built integrations. They know your time is better spent creating positive change within your organization, not sitting in a requirements meeting or leading your team in completing a data-scrubbing project.  

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