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Datadeck Makes Data Sexy!


Finally, it’s time for data scientists and analysts to be labeled as sexy and interesting. We’re going to help you make that happen.



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By Guy Geeraedts, Datadeck

Are you working as a data scientist or analyst? Maybe you work with big data and automation? How many times have you heard: “Oh, that sounds boring...”?

We hear it all the time and we’re pissed off!

Datadeck is bringing SEXY back

Big data, automation, machine learning and data visualization are getting a brand new sexy body! Finally, it’s time for data scientists and analysts to be labeled as sexy and interesting. We’re going to help you make that happen.

Soon everyone in your company will be like “Hey, who came up with those stunning reports and insights. They must be a real winner.” And guess what? It’ll be super easy! Your colleagues will even be able to make simple reports by themselves. This will allow you to (for once) focus on what’s really important: cracking data, being awesome, and getting with the prom queen!

Introducing Datadeck

Datadeck helps to make the process of converting your staff into a data self-sufficient workforce as easy as possible. Not only will it begin freeing up your time, but it will allow stats to be second-guessed, new insights from unique perspectives to be formed and it will cut a ton of time on reporting.

Do you spend a lot of time writing internal reports or reports for clients? Datadeck makes traditional reporting practices redundant by allowing its users to share individual, automatically updating dashboards in the place of regular reports. Annotate your data and click “share”. Send the secure link to whoever you want to keep in the loop, and spend the time you’ve saved on more important things.

Remember: Sexy is back and it’s chock-full of data!

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Bio: Guy Geeraedts, work-wise, is a complete nerd. He started playing with computers and nerdy stuff back in the days when he was a little kid. He grew up with tech, IT, software and marketing. He is living in Taipei and working for Datadeck, enjoying data every single day.


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