Last week the company found out that it had been nominated and selected for the 2018 Moxie Awards. "Simplicity drives Productivity" was the message being discussed around the table this past week at NNData Headquarters as the Washington, DC committee interviewed the leadership about our NNCompass software.
The Moxie Award celebrate boldness in business. Organizations are recognized for having demonstrated boldness and innovation as an integral part of their growth strategy.
"In a world where data is increasingly driving decisions we (the individual) seem to have and less control over our own data." said David Simon. From Facebook, to Twitter, to email, to organizational spreadsheets where our name and personal information appears; our data is out and often time we don't control that own data.
At NNData we set out to leverage machine learning and combine that with our decades of experience in building databases for Fortune 500 companies and US Government agencies. The end result is something that allows anyone to unlock their data and begin to use it. No longer relying on social media apps or other tools to drive insights or create predictive models.
Business owners can merge market data, emails, customer point of sale (POS) data, and other data collected on the internet to build a targeted marketing campaigns or to identify potential repeat customers.
Finance shops, accountants, controllers can merge dozens or even hundreds of financial spreadsheets in minutes without having to wait on the IT shop to come in and write code or to hire employees to spend days and weeks by hand make the spreadsheets all line up.
Where is the NNData "moxie"?
We took highly complex processes, engineering skill sets, advanced algorithms and created a user driven experience that allows anyone to sit down and start working with their data. This disrupts a lot of business models out there and it makes IT professionals nervous. We are not trying to replace these individuals, we have built software that simplifies one of the most complex and hardest challenges, that is, making sense of different types of data for analytics.
We believe "simplicity drives productivity" and those individuals who traditionally do this work will be able to focus on larger enterprise challenges, cloud migrations, and analytics. We reallocate where the workforce spends it time while empowering everyone to use their data in new and creative ways.