Becoming a Data-Driven Organization

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June 7, 2018 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

Making data-driven decisions can mean the difference between short-term gains and long-term success. However, to achieve this level of return on investment, organizations must develop a data culture and aspire to be data-driven in all of their business processes.

Data-driven organizations are 23 times as likely to acquire customers, six times as likely to retain customers, and 19 times as likely to be profitable as a result, according to a study by the McKinsey Global Institute. However, to achieve this level of return on investment, organizations must develop and support a data culture that spans across their business processes.

In this webcast, we’ll share the five foundational pillars that support a data-driven transformation within an organization. We’ll also walk through a series of case studies that demonstrate the impact of implementing a data-centric approach to business problems.



Matthew McKittrick, Managing Director, Moss Adams

Matt has provided consulting for business processes, applications, and data analytics solutions since 1995. Matt has spearheaded the utilization of advanced data visualization tools in the financial accounting and stock-based compensation industry. These tools have helped his clients further unlock the value of their data by enabling them to quickly monitor trends and risks as well as identify and correct gaps and errors within their underlying data platform. Matt consistently leverages his experience in business process controls, IT audit, data management, and application development to help his clients build comprehensive, resilient solutions and to evolve into data-centric organizations.

Clayton Cafferata, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Since 2005, Clayton has helped business leadership with financial modeling, analysis and valuation that allows them to make better decisions. His financial modeling experience includes new business evaluations, strategic initiatives, simulations, forecasting, cost-benefit analysis, shortfall analysis, and other similar services. Clayton also manages valuation engagements for privately-held businesses; intangible assets such as technology, music copyrights and other creative works; and illiquid securities including debt instruments, structured products and derivatives, typically for financial reporting, potential sale or acquisition, litigation, and tax-related purposes.

Angelo Gacad-Sioson, Manager, Moss Adams

Angelo has more than 10 years’ experience in project-based data management, business intelligence, and data analytics consulting. He assists clients by leveraging data analytic principles to build and implement data-centric solutions for complex business problems—he helps them build solutions that automate manual reporting processes and provides both consulting and coaching for developing a data culture.

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