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When Data Doesn’t Matter: A Realistic Application of Analytics

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT  
Host: AIHA
By: David Y. Williams, Vice President, Industry & Innovation, SiteHawk

Analytics, widgets, dashboards and business intelligence–EHS leaders are using data to shift from a focus on compliance to discovering ways to utilize chemical data and strategically support corporate initiatives. But how do you know what data matters to meet your goals? SiteHawk offers a primer, helping organizations unlock the internal questions that should be considered when sifting through what data is relevant. This webinar explores the Analytics Maturity Model and challenges attendees to self-evaluate their data while pursuing operational excellence.

Attendees will:

  • evaluate the Analytics Maturity Model to examine how data can be used for descriptive, diagnostic, predictive and prescriptive analytics
  • discover how organizations leverage EHS intelligence within internal business operations
  • establish a baseline for the realistic application of analytics

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Presenter

David Y. Williams
David Y. Williams

Vice President, Industry & Innovation, SiteHawk

David Williams brings over 20 years’ experience in product marketing, digital strategy and program development to SiteHawk. His rich experience includes working on projects for clients such as Bridgestone/Firestone, MSN, Vanderbilt University, Meredith and Google, to name a few. His diverse work responsibilities across various business functions uniquely qualify him to lead the team that guides the design and evolution of SiteHawk products. Williams attended the University of Louisville where he studied psychology and is a Certified Product Owner (CSPO).


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