The Analytics Show



17 May: E13 – Richard Sanchez – Increasing the Odds of Students’ Success in Higher Education Using Data Science

Richard Sanchez

How is data science shaping higher education to be more effective and provide better students experience?

In this episode, we will learn all about student analytics and how it has impacted the universities to better provide the educational services from Richard Sanchez.

Richard is the Head of Student Reporting and Analytics at the University of New South Wales with an inherent passion for research, data analytics, and technology-led solutions. It can’t be a better mix of interest when it comes to education and data science. 

He has been working with the UNSW for more than 15 years now. UNSW member of the prestigious Group of Eight – a coalition of Australia’s leading research intensive universities and is among the top 50 in the world. Student Reporting and Analytics is a comparatively new initiative of the university for building a data-centric future. It aims to leverage data and analytics to build capability across the university and explore ways to improve the academic processes and student outcomes. 

Before taking up the role at Student Reporting and Analytics, Richard performed at multiple teaching and administrative positions at the university. Academically, he has a BA in Sociology & Gender Studies from the University of Sydney and an MA in Policy Studies from UNSW. Armed with this intimate understanding of the higher education sector, Richard brings his subject matter expertise and helps building data teams to facilitate advanced analytics capabilities for the student administration space at UNSW.

In this episode, Richard shares with us all that is going on in the space of student analytics at the universities of the world. The challenges of working in an emerging field and forging a new path of data and analytics.  

Above all, he reassures us that if done right data science can surely bring many benefits to our organisations. He also tells us about the philosophy behind a successful data operation that is the people-centric view of things and a data-driven culture. At the end of the day, it is the problems of the people that we are trying to solve using data and analytics, isn’t it?

Listen to the podcast for deeper illuminations on these areas of practical data science!   

More links about the guest

LinkedIn Profile URL:

What is one book that you would gift to your younger self and why this book?

  • The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28257707-the-subtle-art-of-not-giving-a-f-ck

Organisation:



01 May: E12 – Felix Liao – Deep Dive into the Current and Future World of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Felix Liao

For this episode, we have the pleasure to have a thought leader in the data and analytics space, Felix Liao, with us to share some latest trends and amazing insights into the present and future of data science, machine learning, and AI.

Felix is the Head of AI/ML and Analytics Platform for SAS Australia/New Zealand. He has been working with SAS for over 10 years now and has worked in positions of Business Solution Manager – Data Visualisation and Big Data Analytics and Business Solution Manager – Information Management and Big Data before becoming the head of AI/ML and analytics platform.

SAS is a global leader in business analytics software and services, and one of the largest independent vendors in the data science and business intelligence market.

What gives Felix an added edge as an expert in the field of data technologies, is his unique mix of knowledge. After getting the Bachelor of Engineering in Computers from the University of NSW, he acquired his MBA from Macquarie University – Graduate School of Business. He is also a SAS certified Data Scientist. This mix of education enabled him to understand both the science and the business aspects of things. 

Apart from developing and strategising SAS’ AI, ML, and analytics platform offerings, Felix also frequently writes blogs and speaks at industry-leading conferences. 

In this episode, Felix discusses with Jason to uncover some very insightful aspects and use cases of data science and AI/ML for businesses. The topics discussed range from the use of unstructured information to ethics in AI. 

One such interesting and very useful topic that Felix shared is The Holy Trinity approach to utilizing data and analytics for businesses, where the trinity is composed of – knowing the heart of the business problems, applying data science to solve those problems, and using the right technologies. 

He also shares how the development in the space is just the tip of the iceberg into industry 4.0 in relation to the use of AI/ML. He explains the blurred or grey lines between the right and wrong and how it impacts the developments and use cases of AI. Why the government and industries need to work together to work out what is the responsible ethical use of data and there is a lot of work to be done.

How the enterprise intelligence decisioning could help better drive consistency across the enterprise and it is crucial to avoid biases and have some guard rules. Moreover, he provides strategies, tools, and techniques to use for upskilling your staff to fill in the data science roles. How Auto ML can help businesses deal with skills shortage but you have to put those proper guard rules in place.  

And last but not the least, some solid points of considerations for cloud adoption in your data operations. 

Tune in to the podcast to learn all this and much more! 

More links about the guest

LinkedIn Profile URL:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/felixliao/

What is one book that you would gift to your younger self and why this book?

Website:
http://www.felixliao.com/

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/FelixLiao

Articles: 

Organization: https://www.sas.com/en_us/home.html



15 Apr: E11 – Eric Nguyen – Humanising the Robotic Process Automation at Organization and For A Better Customer Experience

Eric Nguyen

When it comes to robotic process automation (RPA), Eric Nguyen is one of the most practically seasoned and experienced professionals in Australia.

He has over 15 years of experience in the fields of automation, data, and customer experience with a successful track record with companies of the likes of Telstra and Datacom. He is currently working as the Robotics and Automation Lead at Datacom, one of the leading IT services companies in the Asia Pacific region. 

His vision is to help businesses get the most out of the ongoing revolution of RPA and business analytics. Throughout his career, he has helped numerous enterprise businesses, government agencies and SMEs through automation, data insights, and agile ways of working. 

Apart from that, he has been a sought after speaker in numerous conferences across the globe. He frequently emanates his knowledge and experience as a featured speaker at various conferences, such as Delivery Customer-Centric Contact Centre Conference and Digital Automation & Transformation in Finance & Accounting Forum in Sydney and Singapore. 

One of his major concentrations is to put automation to work for building customer-centric contact centres. In the context of Customer Services – he focuses on implementing Robotic Process Automation, chatbots, and virtual assistants at the enterprise level.

The years of experience in working closely with businesses have enabled him to know the pulse of the people and what makes a business tick. He uses these insights to target and design the most efficient processes for automation. His work is built around business operations for real people with real values – both tangible and strategic.

In the episode, we are going to hear a lot about RPA in detail and in an easy to understand way from Eric. 

He shares with us some amazing insights about how automation can really speed up the process of working from home and make it easy for businesses who are struggling to get things done due to the worldwide lockdown situation over the Coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, we also get to learn from him about how businesses can save money as well as make money by implementing RPA in their organisations.  

How automation opens up endless possibilities and frees up time for employees to engage in creative thought processes and value-added service creation, but training and upskilling is required for the workforce to implement automation for the benefit of everyone. We also learn how as a business, you can start RPA and get benefitted right away leveraging whatever you have. 

Most importantly, Eric shares with us some very insightful true stories of RPA implementation and their impact on businesses. Also, how data and analytics actually function hand in hand to increase efficiency of both disciplines or departments. He also explains that if implemented correctly RPA can endow us with a sense of pride, creativity, and empowerment. 

Listen to the podcast for all this and much more! 

More links about the guest:

LinkedIn Profile:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-nguyen-6b57b717

What is one book that you would gift to your younger self and why this book?

  • How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie 

https://www.amazon.com.au/How-Win-Friends-Influence-People/dp/146075266X/

  • Sexy Little Numbers by Dimitri Maex

https://www.amazon.com.au/Sexy-Little-Numbers-Dimitri-Maex/dp/0307888347/

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02 Apr: E10 – Matthew Liebmann – How Data Science Is Shaping the Future of Movie Marketing

Do you want to know how data and analytics are helping all of your favorite movies to reach you in the cinemas? 

Matthew Liebmann is the professional with the answers. With over 25 years of experience in the entertainment and media sector, he knows the ins and outs of the industry. He is currently the COO and the Global President of Movio, the global leader in marketing data analytics for the film industry.

Movio utilises data science and campaign management software to help cinema exhibitors, studios, and distributors market their services and create customer loyalty. It uses anonymised data of 39+ million active moviegoers from the world’s leading cinema chains for targeted campaign solutions through behavioral analytics. 

Matthew has been working to ensure the continued success of Movio Cinema, the flagship product of the company, and leading into growing markets in the US and Canada, China, Japan, India, UK, France, Mexico, and Brazil. He is also a part of the organisation’s Strategic Council whereby he is involved with the setting and executing strategies for the company. 

Matthew is a former board member of Screen Australia, the key Federal Government direct funding body for the Australian screen production industry. 

Prior to this, he was the COO of HOYTS Entertainment, one of the world’s leading entertainment companies with a chain of successful cinema complexes in Australia and New Zealand, and as a Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). 

At HOYTS, he created, launched, and managed the Hoyts Rewards loyalty programme that received the Award for Marketing Excellence – Loyalty Programs’ by the Australian Marketing Institute, recognising Hoyts Rewards as the nation’s best loyalty program in 2012. At PwC, he was one of the company’s leading experts for the entertainment sector and was the founding author and editor of PwC’s Australian Entertainment and Media Outlook.

The mission of his career is to assist multinational retail, entertainment, media, and leisure organisations to adapt to business model, consumer and technological changes in order to create sustainable, customer-centric growth, and profitability.

In this episode, Matthew goes really deep into the cutting-edge advancements in entertainment marketing and the use of data and analytics to create stellar customer experiences. 

Weaving the online and offline data — loyalty programmes, subscriptions, purchase information, time and frequency, and many other details — for the betterment of moviegoers, filmmakers, and the exhibitors alike.  

How it’s all about giving the best experience to the customers otherwise the main purpose of data and analytics will fail. 

Why Netflix is buying cinemas and in which direction the streaming services are headed. How cinema has been competing, innovating, and thriving still. 

How the rise of so many streaming services is going to create problems for the consumers and how the local content can survive in the age of streaming disruption. 

And, much more!

More links about the guest

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What is one book that you would gift to your younger self and why this book?

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02 Mar: E9 – Peter Gurrie – On the Power of Data and Analytics to Create Stellar Customer Experiences

Peter Gurrie

With almost two decades of experience in the field of data-driven customer experience, Peter Gurrie has enough stories to share on the subject to mesmerise anyone.

He started to get a robust sense of the customer perspective from the very early stages of his career in the field of creative design and marketing. Gradually, he turned his focus on the overall spectrum of creating customer-centric transformation using data for businesses worldwide.

Back in 2009, Peter co-founded a customer-centric data agency, JBA, that garnered considerable success in serving clients across telecommunications, retail, and service verticals with their data and analytics services to create a better customer experience. JBA was successfully sold to the IVE Group in 2016.

He is currently the Experience Services Director at the IVE Group, Australia’s leading holistic marketing company that generates revenues over $700m and employs over 1,800 staff. IVE connects businesses with their customers across industry verticals.

At IVE, Peter leads Platform ROI, Analytics, and Campaign Enablement with a specific focus on partnering with C level clients to shape business investment structure and ensure the delivery of ROI.

Peter believes data is not just a measurement tool rather it is a measurable asset and the key to business, brand, and customer success. The customer and their experience have always been at the centre of his approach. He believes that it is this data-informed customer centricity which shapes leading brands.

So, when it comes to using data and analytics for designing a stellar customer experience, Peter is one of the brilliant minds in the field with extensive experience and breadth of expertise.

In this Episode, Peter bares open his wisdom for the audience. He talks about creating a successful brand experience and customer experience from all the possible perspectives.

Learn from him about what customer experience really is and how to understand the customer’s perspective through the lenses of artistic inquiry and criticism.

Are you thinking about how to use data and analytics for creating better customer experience? Know how to take the data and analytics to the level of being surgical to control and increase efficiency and outcomes of campaigns at each touchpoint with the customers with the incremental improvement of the analytical framework. 

What you should definitely not miss listening to is the idea of creating the futuristic omnichannel marketing infrastructure and personalised customer experience using all the latest advancements in the field of customer analytics, email marketing, and offline and online dynamism.

Listen to it till the end! 

More links about the guest:

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/petergurrie/

What is one book that you would gift to your younger self and why this book?

Links to His Organisation: https://www.ivegroup.com.au/

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07 Feb: E8 – Sharala Axryd: A Data Evangelist the World Badly Needs

Sharala Axryd

When it comes to talking about today’s data and analytics landscape, the conversation will inevitably lead to Sharala Axryd, who is transforming the picture of big data in Asia and all over the world. A thought leader in the data science space, her passion coupled with extensive expertise has made her a highly-sought after speaker for conferences to talk about everything from Artificial Intelligence to women in STEM.

She is the Founder and CEO of The Center of Applied Data Science (CADS) which is ASEAN’s first and only one stop platform and center of excellence for Data Science. Based in Malaysia, CADS integrates 21st century data skilled talent within the academia and the businesses of the ASEAN region for the betterment of both. 

CADS is a Data, Analytics & Artificial Intelligence business transformation company with the focus on human capital, ushering organizations and individuals alike into a data-driven future with the skills and strategy to succeed. Among their many capabilities is facilitating training programs for eligible graduates and the workforce to turn them into data professionals as well as help businesses to become data driven by identifying and training in-house talents in data and analytics. 

Determined to accelerate data science implementation within industries, Sharala has collaborated with The Data Incubator, an American-based data science centre, and Harvard Business School in Boston in her endeavours to equip Malaysia as the hub of big data analysis. Her tireless efforts are channelled towards nation-building by nurturing world class digital talents in the ASEAN region. CADS also advocates for more women in the technology space and promotes women’s participation in STEM with initiatives like Data for Her. 

Previously, Sharala operated as the CEO of ASEAN Data Analytics Exchange (ADAX), a Malaysian government initiative to turn Malaysia into a global hub for big data analytics solutions and innovations. Apart from that, she is also the founder and CEO of ULearn, a training institute focused on helping engineers to enhance their skills in unconventional and effective methods. 

Her brilliance is also reflected in the hordes of awards that she has received including, EY Woman Entrepreneur Of The Year 2017 Malaysia and SEBA 2018 Woman Technopreneur of the Year. She was also among the Digerati 50 by Digital News Asia (DNA) and has recently been named as one of the Five Most Influential Female Online Entrepreneurs by Morgan Philips.

Her organisation CADS also recently won the world’s first Global Datathon Challenge by the European Data Science Society. 

In this episode, Sharala talks about how she overcame the challenges of introducing data and analytics into the industries and academia of the ASEAN region and how the disruption in the oil, gas, transportation, and banking sector helped the cause.

She also tells us why the best way for a holistic integration of data and analytics into any organisation is through in-house upskilling, how analytics can help businesses to stay relevant in the industry 4.0 by coming up with new business models, and much more.

What is one book that you would gift it to your younger self and why this book?

The Messy Middle:

Finding Your Way Through the Hardest and Most Crucial Part of Any Bold Venture by Scott Belsky https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/40179007-the-messy-middle

More links about the guest

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharalaaxryd/

Links to Her Organisations: 

https://www.thecads.com/
https://www.ulearngroup.com/
https://adax.asia/

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In The News:



28 Dec: E7 – Luke Halliday – Laying the Foundation for a Future of Innovation in the Australian Airport Industry

Luke Halliday
Luke Halliday – Laying the Foundation for a Future of Innovation in the Australian Airport Industry

Luke Halliday is a dedicated problem solver who believes in making the impossible possible with a driven passion to transform technology explicitly into tangible business values. Most recently, he has been doing it for the Australian airport industry. 

He was previously an Executive Technology at Australia Pacific Airport Corporation, the operator of Melbourne and Launceston Airports, Where he is transforming airport technology and shaping the organization’s future trajectory by building a real-time, predictive data analytics capability and enterprise data platform.

In his role as CIO, Luke has combated cost challenges, redesigned the operating model of technology to integrated outsourced and internal teams and set a strategy that is modernising technology across the airport. He is passionate about how data analytics and AI will improve overall airport operations and security. 

He completed his Executive MBA at Bond University, graduated from the Australian Institute of company directors as a qualified director and acquired a range of expertise in business management, marketing, IT infrastructure and systems engineering.

In his early 20’s he co-founded an IT services business which went on to be listed twice in the top 10 fastest growing IT service businesses in Australia – Mercury IT. Through a journey which included merging two other IT businesses into mercury, establishing a management team and eventually stepping out of the daily operations of the business to take move into a director role, he has remained steadfast in his ambition to help organisations improve their business through the intelligent use of technology. 

This talented man has won several awards such as a Technology Innovator, Owner Manager of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, and 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur for his brilliant contributions in business insights, IT intelligence, and data analytical acumen.  

In this episode, Luke shares with us the challenges he overcame to achieve the technological transformation in Melbourne Airport and how data analytics was the biggest part of the job. He shows us with some real-life examples of how data made the passengers’ journey easier, faster, and more comfortable and enabled the airport staff to better assist the passengers, as well as creating great customer experience.

He also sheds light on the best strategy for a data infrastructure for any kind of business and discusses the enormous use of enterprise data platforms and predictive analysis to enhance the customer journey and help everyone involved. 

Apart from that, we also get to learn how he found out the right resources to use and companies to merge with while building his own company Mercury IT. And, much more! 

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/luke-halliday
Mercury IT: https://www.mercuryit.com.au
Melbourne Airport: https://www.melbourneairport.com.au
One book that he would gift it to his younger self: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/629.Zen_and_the_Art_of_Motorcycle_Maintenance

Published Articles:

  1. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/approach-digital-disruption-innovation-luke-halliday/
  2. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/update-my-change-position-luke-halliday/

Licenses & Certifications:

  1. Cisco Sales Expert, Issuing authority Cisco
  2. Certified Executive Coach, Issuing authority NS-NLP, Power + Training
  3. Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Issuing authority Australian College of IT

Mentioned in the interview:

Luke Halliday’s coach: Geoff Wade (https://www.linkedin.com/in/geoffreywade) at Onirik (https://www.onirik.com.au)

Learn more about Luke from the news:

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03 Dec: E6 – Prashant Natarajan – Healthcare Analytics and the Ever-changing Landscape of Analytics Vendors

Prashant Natarajan

Could it be that we are living in revolutionary times? We are on the crest of a wave coming for the last 40 or 50 years… data and analytics have the potential to make a massive impact in all industries. 

One of the reasons why The Analytics Show works so well is because it has some of the biggest experts in data and analytics as guests. By sharing their knowledge and expertise, they help our views learn more and advance their careers much faster.

This is why it’s my great pleasure to present our newest guest on the show, Prashant Natarajan, and I hope you enjoy this episode.

Prashant is a technology and product executive with expertise in data, analytics and machine including financial services, healthcare, government, and manufacturing.

He has worked in many important roles, such as business and technology leadership at Deloitte, learning applications. In addition to this, Prashanat has demonstrated his professional abilities across multiple verticals at  H2O.ai, Oracle and Siemens in the USA, Australia, Europe and Asia Pacific.

What is also amazing is that Prashant is a lead author or contributor to 5 books on software development, AI, ML, big data, and business intelligence. He is a Co-Faculty Instructor at Stanford University, guest lecturer at Monash University, and an Advisor at Louisiana Tech University. But the list goes on, doesn’t stop there: he is an industry advisor at Pistoia Alliance, University of California at San Francisco, and the Council for Affordable Health Coverage in Washington DC.

When someone like this drops us a visit and accepts to be a guest on the show, it proves we are doing the right thing promoting leaders in the field of data and analytics. If you’d like to learn much more about technology, life and approach to business, I strongly suggest you have a listen and see for yourself why Prashant is one of the top experts in the industry.

Why is empathy so important in working with colleagues? And why is it very important that you have a supportive partner by your side?

Prashat will also talk about being a good leader, and the attributes a good leader needs to have; why and how he decided to come to Australia; how he finds time to write his books – even against his super-busy work schedule; how he sees product management and development in the months and years to come, and much, much more…

Connect with Prashant on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natarpr/

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02 Nov: E5 – Dr. Alex Antic – Mission to Train the Next Generation of Data Scientists

Dr. Alex Antic
Alex Antic

Dr. Alex Antic is a trusted and experienced Data Science leader, with a proven record of delivering innovative, successful and sustainable projects in government, industry and startups (including Sports Analytics), that leverage data and Machine Learning/Deep Learning capabilities to deliver actionable insights.

Dr. Antic is currently serving as an Academic at ANU, whilst also being a Principal Data Scientist for Federal Agency. Before his current role at ANU, Alex was a quantitative analyst at hedge fund and investment bank. He has also worked with the actuarial teams in the marketing analytics. Because of this unique career path with the commercial experience, he understands the business needs well as well as able to be pragmatics with the commercial perspective whilst working at different environment. Dr. Antic is currently also helping ANU to set up an institute of analytics to help bridge the gap between the PhD students and commercial / government sectors.

In this interview, we discussed how an organisation can build up its data science capabilities and what to look for when interviewing candidates. Due to his unique work history, I asked him about his view on data scientist vs quantitative analyst vs actuary. Finally, Dr. Antic also shared with us about this research focuses on the subjects like confidential computing and natural language processing.

LinkedIn Profile URL: linkedin.com/in/alexantic

Blog Site: https://impartiallyderivative.com/

Official Site: https://cecs.anu.edu.au/people/alex-antic

Human Services Australia: https://www.humanservices.gov.au/

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01 Oct: E4 – Eric Axelrod – Analytics in the Cloud and How the Future of Web Conference is Shifting

Eric Axelrod

Eric Axelrod is the President and Chief Architect for DIGR. DIGR is a BI and analytics consulting company based in the USA, and they help organizations become more agile with end-to-end Business Intelligence solutions. Examples of some of the services DIGR offers are Cloud Data Platform Migrations, Data Architecture, Data Warehousing, Database Design, Data Integration, and Business Intelligence tool deployment.

He is also the founder of for Cloud Data Summit (CDS). CDS Is the premier web-based summit for cloud data technology. Through CDS, you can learn from companies which have migrated data platforms from on-premise to the cloud. You can then see how these companies redesigned to take advantage of endless storage and compute power of the Cloud Computing. 

CDS has some extremely talented speakers lineup. Few notable speakers are as follows: 

  • Jay Natarajan from US AI Lead and Lead Architect at Microsoft will talk about the world of AI and how getting your data strategy right would help you to transform your organization and unlock new use cases for AI and ML.
  • Dan Linstedt, the inventor of Data Vault, teaches about how to use the infinite capacity of cloud DW platforms make true agile data architecture possible and many more.
  • Scott Clendaniel from Harvard and Legg Mason explains how to tune AI models in the cloud. 
  • Kurt Cagle from Cognitive World (and Forbes Contributor) is covering how cloud transforms Enterprise Data Management. 

More information about Cloud Data Summit

Conference Date: 16-17 Oct 2019

Regular Registration: https://www.clouddatasummit.com/registration

Coupon Code: 1MXTASSDC 

Special offers to students.  Student Registration: https://www.clouddatasummit.com/student-registration/

FAQ about Cloud Data Summit: https://www.7wdata.be/event/cloud-data-summit-october-2019/

Apart from his day to day jobs, Eric also plays the role of advisor on the following companies:

  1. GLG
    1. GLG is the world’s leading platform connecting business to insight.
    2. https://glg.it/
    3. https://www.linkedin.com/company/glg/
  2. 10X Factory
    1. #1 Community for CEOs & Founders Looking to 10x Their Growth
    2. https://www.10xfactory.com/
    3. https://www.linkedin.com/company/10x-factory/
  3. Advisory Cloud
    1. AdvisoryCloud provides professionals the platform, exposure, and tools to monetize their knowledge as an advisor. 
    2. https://www.advisorycloud.com/
    3. https://www.linkedin.com/company/advisorycloud/
  4. Alpha Insights
    1. AlphaSights is a professional services firm employing several hundred ambitious professionals in 9 offices around the world.
    2. https://www.alphasights.com/
    3. https://www.linkedin.com/company/alphasights/

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericaxelrod/

Where you can also find Eric:

Places where Eric reads and listens to gain more and new knowledge: 

Favorite blogs

CB Insights 
CIO Magazine
InformationWeek
7wData
KDnuggets
SaaStr

Favorite podcasts

Salesman Podcast
Joe Rogan