BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE:
Interactive Data Visualization

Data visualizations are the difference-maker in the success or failure of a presentation, meeting, forward-thinking strategy, or long-term plan. They need to be accurate: we need to be able to get information, ask questions, and make decisions without having to double check the numbers. Our reports and presentations today have to be dynamic, interactive, up-to-date, and, most importantly, correct. At Search Discovery, we partner with best-in-class interactive data visualization tool providers, and we work alongside your team to ensure they’re set up correctly to help your data visualizations make positive business impacts.

WE DELIVER:

SUCCESS STORIES

Multinational Pharmaceutical Co. | Comprehensive Strategy Engagement
Top British multinational pharmaceutical company builds a center of excellence through comprehensive strategy engagement.

  • Released first production dashboards within 90 days
  • Built a center of data excellence.
  • Instilled an experimentation culture and optimization capability
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High Tech | Optimization Program Across Channels
Insights from personalization program drive business growth, novel opportunities, and incredible media spend savings.

  • Drove 11% growth of registrations
  • 388 net new contacts, opportunity valued at nearly $7.7MM
  • Potential of $1MM cost savings in media spend
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American Cancer Society | Optimization Current State Assessment & Vendor Evaluation
The new technology and processes created by Search Discovery helped American Cancer Society increase test volume and impact.

  • 5.4% growth in YoY donations
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OUR APPROACH

Our approach to interactive data visualization is to start with the end goals in mind. With our experience from hundreds of BI implementations, we know that it’s important to determine the business priorities first, find the methods that will maximize business value, and then work forward from there.

STEP 1:

Interview client stakeholders and 3rd parties to understand business priorities, existing environment, and long term goals

STEP 2:

Create a metric map and data model of existing business KPIs and other important metrics & dimensions

STEP 3:

Identify missing elements and factors needed to answer all relevant questions

STEP 4:

Review existing data environment, visualization tools, and enrich our datasets where needed to draw the correct conclusions

STEP 5:

Present Draft visualizations for Data Validation and Stakeholder Feedback

STEP 6:

Productionize Data Visualization so that reports are always up-to-date and at the ready.

ONGOING:

SDI utilizes a capacity building approach and will work with your team to provide the necessary training and guidance to own data visualization over time.

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