Gather data from Google Analytics, Twitter, or other APIs. Import a pile of Excel files into a single database. Export data to suppliers.
Match customer orders with marketing campaign data. Add social media handles and email addresses to your customer records. Innovate with data!
Who are your best customers? Who are your worst suppliers? How are your employees doing? What should you do next?
Monitor your spend against your budget by project and department. See how your marketing campaigns are doing.
Set up alerts. Know when something bad happens before you hear it from a client. Schedule triggered marketing campaigns.
Build a responsive, mobile web application. Share your data. Make it easy for customers to get what they need.
It helped improve customer service by monitoring how happy customers were during tech-support calls.
I wrote code to sift through email data and find out what topics made clients, employees, and vendors happy or anxious.
This was fun! On Twitter, I broadcast a Yankees opener from almost 60 years ago as if it were happening in real time.
This helped a client understand how well received their new logo designs were by customers during a brand update.
The app helps accounts payable clerks avoid double paying invoices and identify fraudulent invoices.
During a football game, the campaign sent an email offer to fans each time their favorite team scored.