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About ActBlue

ActBlue develops, manufactures, and markets exhaust after-treatment systems for diesel, gasoline, and natural gas engines. The company produces three-way catalysts, selective catalytic reduction systems, and other related products. It is based in Chizhou, Anhui.

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No. 12, Yujing Road High-tech Industrial Development Zone

Chizhou, Anhui, 247100,


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How Non-Data Tech Employees Are Learning To Run the Numbers

Oct 26, 2022

Data analytics is now an inextricable part of the tech industry. For three Boston tech companies, leveling up means taking a data-centric approach to work culture. October 25, 2022Updated: October 25, 2022 To the untrained eye, data used to be the realm of scientists, statisticians and hardcore sports fans. Today, data is part of societal discourse. Democratized and disseminated, data is the distilled fuel of analytics-fed engines powering tech companies, research projects and everyday life. For data scientists and engineers whose job it is to charter their companies through increasingly complex waters, it’s become all the more important for their colleagues to understand and use the numbers-backed foundation supporting their work. Its importance — much like tech literacy was for IT departments in the startup era — has become a knowledge standard to which a company’s employees should align. According to Tariq Qureshi, director of data science and analytics at Agero , building a data-literate culture has enabled his team to dig deeper into more advanced analytics and explore more ambitious questions. With no hand-holding required by his data staff, Qureshi sees a distributed support of business needs — even from the top. “Our executive team is using the dashboards we have created for them and conducting an appropriate level of analysis on their own.”   It’s become all the more important for their colleagues to understand and use the numbers-backed foundation supporting their work.”  Using data literacy as a support foundation also goes a long way for smaller companies looking to make an outstanding impact. At tech nonprofit ActBlue , Brett Wejrowskim, the company’s director of data science and engineering, opted to foster a data-centric culture instead of mandating its necessity. “The first step was building a culture of curiosity,” he explained. “It started with the leadership team and has been historically supported by a core group of experts that work closely with various departments to understand their data, improve workflows and develop metrics and objectives.”  Ben Tengelsen, VP of data science at IntelyCare , agrees that a modular approach to outfitting the organization with data knowledge is preferable to a drastic overhaul. Something simple like their “Chart of the Day” email blast ended up influencing culture in the long run. “The power of this program is it’s a small dose of data literacy every day,” Tengelsen said. Now, even non-data colleagues at the company run their own controlled experiments. Data is now at the forefront of tech companies of every sector and size. But it takes time and purposeful intention to build a culture around it. For examples of its payoffs, Built In Boston sat down with leaders at IntelyCare, Agero and ActBlue to see their blueprint for data-oriented success. Director of Data Science and Analytics Agero is a driver-assistance platform that works with automakers and insurers to innovate roadside processes for drivers. From accident management software to connected vehicle utilities and consumer affairs, the company’s platform involves many players in a crucial space for the average person. Naturally, balancing over 30,000 drivers and insurance companies a day requires a system anchored by robust data processes, a point not lost on Tariq Qureshi, director of data science and analytics. “Having a data literate organization has allowed us to focus on more advanced analytics.”   Why is broad-based data literacy important for your company? Literacy, by definition, is competence or knowledge in a specified area. Data literacy, therefore, means having the ability and critical thinking skills required to interpret data and communicate its significance to others — a skill that is absolutely essential in a fast-moving, digital business environment. Understanding what our data is telling us empowers us to ask questions, make informed decisions and collaborate better across the organization. At Agero, we use data to drive all of our decisions, from understanding financials and forecasting based on historical information, determining cost drivers and evaluating the impact of product features, assessing channels of communication, and more. With data, we are able to be proactive rather than reactive. Instead of asking why something happened, we can hypothesize outcomes and impact before the company makes a decision or change. Not only that, but our customers love data. They are data-driven and they want data from us that will help them run their own business. Data literacy powers our ability to be a value-added partner and encourages growing levels of trusted partnerships with our customers. We have truly created a data-driven culture, where everyone is able to use data to support their business needs.” What programs, initiatives or training did you use to promote data literacy across the organization? We use A/B testing experiments to test changes, making sure the impact is as intended and the results are communicated. We have a test drive team with associates from the data science and analytics (DS&A) team, business stakeholders, operations counterparts and others, all working together to test and measure the impact of the change before final decisions are made. Our DS&A team itself is set up with three squads — analytics, data science and data engineering — and is responsible for maintaining our single source of truth. Using our tools Sigma and Snowflake, we have created key data sets that individuals and teams across the organization can leverage, ensuring they are accessing data that is high quality, accurate and timely. These reports share key business insights and are a one-stop shop for all our metrics. We have partnered with HR to host regular BI platform trainings and lunch and learns for the entire company, making sure everyone has a base-level understanding of key definitions, how to use the right descriptive analytics and more. We also have a support channel in Slack for help with day-to-day questions. What new capabilities has data literacy unlocked for your team? Having the right tools in the right hands and having more associates across the organization empowered to self-serve, the DS&A team no longer needs to spend as much time answering basic data questions or worrying about where individuals are sourcing their data. We now have more freedom to be more predictive, not just reactive. We are digging into more advanced questions, questions that require more advanced data to be joined together. From the top down, Agero is data literate. Our executive team is using the dashboards we have created for them and conducting an appropriate level of analysis on their own. We have truly created a data-driven culture, where everyone is able to use data to support their business needs.

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