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Posts in Category: Dashboard Metrics

MONDAY, MARCH 17, 2014
Wringing Data from Your 3000lb Computer
AJ Wilcox
Online Marketing Manager
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I’m an auto enthusiast. There are few things in this world that I appreciate more than the sexy shape of an Aston Martin, or the ridiculous number of horsepower that Porsche can eek out of a six-cylinder engine. I’m also (to a slightly healthier degree) obsessed with data and analytics, and for some time I’ve …

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2014
How Data Makes the NBA Infinitely More Accessible—and Interesting
Jared Heath
Jared Heath
Content Marketing
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@JoshJames: Wow!! @jimmerfredette had the best game [of] his career!! Dropped 24 on the Knicks. Leads NBA in 3 pt % http://t.co/AHcSd6emCS If you’ve been keeping up with our blog recently, you can tell two things: we’re data geeks, and we love sports. I’m beginning to think it’s because sports give us an opportunity to …

TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2014
You’re focusing on the wrong metrics!
Jared Conley
Marketing Operations
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I love sports. I love numbers. I love analyzing. As a kid my mom would complain that I wouldn’t read books, I would only read the sports section of the newspaper. And even in the sports section, the majority of my time was spent reviewing all the stats. In the 80s the sport that had …

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2013
How to Survive the 2013 Holidays with Real-Time Insights
Steve Wellen
Steve Wellen
Chief Operating Officer
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The holiday shopping predictions have trended lower this year, but what does that mean for your business? Are clothing retailers going to face above-average dividends with all the snow and cold plowing through the US? Will electronics retailers hold their high margins, or are they going to have to severely discount their products to drive …

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2012
The Best Way To Organize Your Plate On Thanksgiving
Dan Roden
Dan Roden
Director of Marketing Experience

Thanksgiving is largely a food holiday. At the Roden household, we always mix in shooting guns and throwing the Nerf football on the street. For the most part, it is about cramming my seemingly ever-expanding extended family into a small home and eating the traditional cornucopia of food staples synonymous with this great American holiday. …

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2012
My World Series Dashboard Metrics
Dan Roden
Dan Roden
Director of Marketing Experience

As a Yankee fan, I am appalled at their post-season offensive performance this year. The Yankee archives have volumes of postseason history but I don’t know if anyone expected a chapter in their storybook where they would set a record for the worst team-offensive performance ever. In the game of baseball, the general consensus is …

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 2012
What the Classroom Taught Me About Dashboard Design
Thamina Christensen
Thamina Christensen
Marketing Project Manager

Before working at Domo, I taught middle and high school. When I first started teaching, I was hounded with advice. “It’s okay to use worksheets.” “Don’t feel bad about assigning the chapter and questions.” “Feel free to copy exactly what I’m doing.” Though these suggestions were appreciated and sounded like an easy way to teach, I realized

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2011
Less is More … or Is it?
Gary Gibb
Gary Gibb
Director Product Management

In a recent customer survey we asked how many unique key performance indicators (KPIs) they use in their company. We had choices from under 10 KPIs to over 1,000 KPIs. This chart shows the results of the survey

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