Knowi Blog | Turning data into action
Before we hibernated for our Thanksgiving Break, the Knowi team took to Boston to attend the Chief Data & Analytics officers (CDAO) conference hosted by Corinium Global Intelligence. CDAO was attended by leading Data analytics officers from around the country and we proudly served the one thing everyone at the conference wanted… GREAT coffee.
It can be hard to find real-world examples of how organizations are using analytics and dashboards in to manage specific aspects of their business. Recently, our partner Sagence went through the dashboards they built for Shirley Ryan AbilityLabs for denials management and data quality monitoring.
This is a brief introduction into InfluxDB as well as analytics on InfluxDB using Knowi.
Our friends at Lemonaid Health use Knowi to manage their day-to-day operations and deliver business performance reporting across their teams and provider partners. Here is a little summary of their story.
We have customers performing many different types of analytics from performance monitoring, usage metrics, financial and business performance. These are general tips and traps that our customers mention when starting to do analytics on MongoDB. It’s not an extensive list but a start.
Often times what we perceive as logic contradicts reality. In psychology, this tendency of believing we know more than we actually do is known as overconfidence. Too frequently do people solely rely on their intuition and logic to make decisions rather than basing them on data and analysis. During an observational study, I discovered a contradiction between my own logical reasoning and what the data actually suggested in regards to baseball.