VentureBeat Webinar, Dec 16: How EAT Club is using analytics to grow their business
Get an overview of how organizations are using data analytics today for better forecasting and more. See how modern data exploration tools, like Looker, are faster, more agile and easier to use by all people in an organization.
Date: Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM Pacific Standard Time
EAT Club, a fast growing and innovative food delivery service, uses analytics in every part of their organization to successfully serve an average of thousands of meals per day. Get an overview of how organizations are using data analytics today for better forecasting and more. See how modern data exploration tools, like Looker, are faster, more agile and easier to use by all people in an organization.
Learn how data analytics can:
- Ensure efficient operational forecasting for production
- Uncover purchasing patterns and adjust product assortment based on customer preferences
- Optimize customer experience by quickly understanding behavior through self service analytics
Alex Levy — Business Intelligence Manager, EAT Club
Alex is the Business Intelligence Manager at EAT Club. In this role, he has defined and measured key metrics that have enabled nimble decision-making and rapid growth. Prior to EAT Club, Alex worked as a Management Consultant at Accenture, focusing on strategy and analytics for Consumer Goods and Pharmaceutical clients.
Joshua Mokovitz — Front End Analyst Team Lead, Looker
A graduate of Cornell University, Joshua Moskovitz has worked in various roles across Analytics, Product Management, and User Acquisition. Joshua is the lead of Looker's Front-End Analyst Team, helping to demonstrate the power of the tool to new users. When he's not Looker-ing, he's likely at a concert or exploring outdoors.
Wendy Schuchart is a technology journalist with more than a decade experience in enterprise IT. Most recently, Schuchart was the senior site editor of TechTarget's CIO Media Group. She has also served as section editor for UBM's Network Computing and Secure Enterprise. She is a frequent contributor to InformationWeek, Network Computing, Green Data Center, Wikibon and other leading tech publications. She holds a Masters from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. Connect with her on Twitter @wendyschuchart.