Better Analytics for the Product Experience – Aug 21 webinar
Learn a process for discovering the data and analytics needs of your users using user stories, use cases and mapping to data sources; Strategies for balancing priorities and managing expectations, and more.
Better Analytics for the Product Experience
When: Aug 21, 2018 11 am PT, 2 pm ET, 6 pm GMT
Sam and Jessica faced a problem that many product managers face - customers demanding significantly better analytics, dashboards and reporting as part of their SaaS product. They had several user types with different needs. Their solution needed to be flexible and scalable so that it could change over time, and, as you know, you are never done with analytics.
In this session, Sam and Jessica will help you learn:
- A process for discovering the data and analytics needs of your users using user stories, use cases and mapping to data sources
- Strategies for balancing priorities and managing expectations
- How to evaluate different kinds of solutions to these needs
- Common challenges such as permissions, design, models for future flexibility
And if that's not enough, Daniel will help describe lessons learned based on experience with similar approaches across multiple companies and implementations.
If your users would want analytics as part of their interface, you don't want to miss this session.
About the Speakers:
Sam Owens, Product Management Lead, Namely Platform
Sam is the Lead Product Manager overseeing Namely's platform products including Analytics, Platform Unification, Auditing, and Integrations. Prior to Namely he was a product leader at BounceX, with a career in software engineering proceeding his time in Product Management. He has a B.S. In Management and Technology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Jessica Ray, Product Manager, Reporting & Analytics
Jessica is a Product Manager at Namely, where she focuses on building out the Namely Reporting & Analytics Platform. Namely Analytics recently launched seven dashboards with key HR Metrics including Headcount, Attrition, and Diversity. Prior to joining Namely, Jessica was a Consultant at AVIO Consulting where she focused on improving business processes with technology and coaching teams in Agile Software Development. She has a B.B.A. in Accounting from Texas Tech University, Rawls College of Business.
Daniel Mintz, Chief Data Evangelist, Looker
Throughout his career, Daniel Mintz has focused on how people interact with data and how they can use it to get better at what they do. He's passionate about the way analytics can help tackle the world's toughest challenges. Previously, he was Head of Data & Analytics at fast-growing media startup Upworthy. Before that he was Director of Analytics at political powerhouse MoveOn.org.