Tagged: Data Visualization

Why Is There Still Gender Pay Disparity?

Posted on January 24, 2017 by Leapros Finance & Accounting · Data Visualization · Financial Planning · Talent

Companies' compensation for women doesn't reflect their performance levels or their impact on business results.

Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey 2016

Posted on April 22, 2016 by Leapros Human Resources · Information Technology · Analytics · Big Data · Data Science · Data Visualization · FP&A

According to EY’s 2016 Global Forensic Data Analytics Survey, internal fraud risk is the top concern among surveyed executives, followed by cyber breach and insider threat.

eBay: Data Visualization

Posted on August 3, 2014 by Leapros Information Technology · Big Data · Data Visualization

eBay is defining the future of commerce: A global connected commerce. With mobile being center of our lives, eBay mobile app empowers users to buy & sell anytime, anywhere. In this session, you will discover how we turned selling on mobile a snap with just a few taps. I will be sharing some cool data visualizations which helped us uncover product insights and make selling on mobile a great experience.

Mohan Dorairaj is a Senior Data Analyst at eBay. He is a data geek, who thinks data can change the world, for good. Having won over 20 awards in design and animation, he is very passionate about design. Data Visualization is the perfect juncture for him exercising both his data & design skills.

This presentation can also be seen at ieondemand.com

ModCloth – Data Visualization

Posted on June 9, 2014 by Leapros Information Technology · Data Visualization

The responsibilities of a data analyst can range from simple data pulls to more complex analytics and modeling of business strategies. As ModCloth grows from a mid-sized company into a larger retailer, it becomes increasingly important that the company’s dedicated analysts have more time to explore the bounds of the company data in order to maximize impact and spend a slimmer margin of time simply pulling and delivering stored data to stakeholders. By investing time and effort to teach stakeholders how to use a Data Visualization GUI like Tableau, the data team at ModCloth has been able to give stakeholders the power to not just pull their own data, but to become master descriptive and exploratory analysts. My talk will focus on the lessons I have learned in teaching non-experts how to use Tableau among other tools and best practices I have come to employ when trying to engage potential “first-time analysts”.

Krystal St. Julien is a Data Analyst at ModCloth, a San Francisco-based online retailer known for its innovative social shopping experience, unique apparel and décor, and wide range of styles from independent designers. As a Data Analyst, Krystal is responsible for cleaning and mining data, automating company reporting, and deriving predictive models all in an effort to help make every team at ModCloth function in the most optimized and efficient manner possible. Prior to ModCloth, Krystal completed her Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Stanford University before switching industries. In order to smooth her transition, Krystal became a fellow of the Insight Data Science program which helped bridge the gap between academic science and industry analytics. Since joining ModCloth in September 2013, Krystal has focused on projects to aid the growth and efficiency of the business, which was named one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Companies 2013.

This presentation can also be seen at ieondemand.com