3 Reasons Data-Driven Organizations Win

When people can’t access the data they need or trust the data they have, it’s hard to make decisions off more than a gut feeling. Whether the cause is access or accuracy, the result is the same: people make ill-informed decisions.

If you are able to solve those two issues, you’ll be well on your way to a world where data helps identify sources of optimization and drive creative problem solving.

In this webinar we will discuss why putting data at the center of your company can:

  • Alleviate human error
  • Increase efficiency
  • Empower departments and employees to make their own decisions
  • Be a source of inspiration

Creating a data-driven culture is no easy task. Tune in to this webinar to hear from Rich Taylor, Director of Customer Marketing at Looker and Anicia Ebert-Santos, Looker Sales Engineer. They have both seen the trials, tribulations and payoffs of achieving data-proactivity.

About the Speakers

Anicia Ebert-Santos

Analyst

Looker

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Looker makes it easy for data teams to curate a self-service data analytics experience for their entire organization. The result? A true data culture where everyone understands what’s working and decisions can be made faster and with confidence.

Jen Grant

Chief Marketing Officer

Looker

Jen Grant spent the last 15 years building powerhouse brands from the ground-up. As the first executive marketing hire at Box, she oversaw its growth from a small “consumer back-up” start-up to an industry-leading enterprise content collaboration company used by the majority of the Fortune 500. After Box, she spent a few years advising Homebrew’s portfolio, on the board of directors of nonprofit K-12 Team, and led the rebranding of Elastic as CMO. Prior to Box, Grant spent 4 years at Google leading the Google Apps EDU, Gmail and Book Search marketing teams.
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