Upcoming Digital Event
In this digital event, We will learn how the Prologis team achieved data quality through a global incentive structure.
How a global company incentive structure can transform data culture
Kristin Schooley is the Senior Manager, BI & Data Delivery, at Learning Care Group, the second-largest for-profit child care provider in North America. An international leader in child education and family solutions, Learning Care Group provides early education and care services to children between the age of six weeks and 13 years.
“We’re data rich. But how do we get people to use our data more? How do we get them to access the data, understand it, and then build off it?”
HQ: Novi, Michigan
Use Cases: Data Discovery, Self-service analytics, Data Democratization
Benefit: The Learning Care Group increased their data analysts’ productivity by utilizing data.world’s user-friendly dashboard
Challenge: Learning Care Group knew they had already collected the data they needed to make more-informed business decisions. The issue was helping stakeholders find the data they needed and then understand what it was telling them.
Learning Care Group was focused on encouraging and facilitating data use in non-technical business-user decision making across their business.
Data Discovery: Learning Care Group wanted to empower users to find the data they needed with a self-service approach.
Data Democratization: As much as wanting to make data easily available, they also wanted to make data understandable, for analysts, business users, and stakeholders across the company.
data.world’s consumer-grade UX allows Learning Care Group employees to search across discussions, analysis, and more to easily find and understand the data they need.
“Our experience with the data.world team has been phenomenal. They’ve been with us every step of the way. I believe adding a data catalog has really changed the scope of the way we think about our organization and who we are.”