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Pulse Insights | Problem2Solution

“This is the first time I’ve seen something this great.”
Large multinational S&P 500 company

The Problem

Idealism instead of pragmatism is the order of the day in many organizations.  Consequently, organizations that are not data-driven are most often run on dusty, idealistic, and romantic notions about how business should be run, instead of being driven by hard facts. 

The risk of making decisions based on conjecture is that conjecture does not always concern itself with empirical facts, and does not ask the penetrating questions often asked by Gary Loveman: “Do we think this is true? Or do we know?”

Thus organizations continue to operate with the mindset, “that’s the way we’ve always done it,” without checking the proverbial data map to see if “that way” is leading to a cliff.  Also, many organizations use internal resources that may be subject to organizational blinders to conduct analysis, without the benefits of an external and impartial management consulting expert.


The Solution

Pulse Insights is an analytics weapon that promotes fact-based decision-making in order to unlock the path to superior performance and create a competitive edge.  Through the strategic use of analytics, commercial and non-profit organizations alike are optimizing their financial performance by filtering out the noise and identifying, understanding, and leveraging true performance drivers.

Pulse Insights is an essential tool to help in the three to five year strategic planning exercise as it helps substitute perception for empirical facts and insights. Pulse Insights employs leading-edge, quantitative, and statistical analysis as well as predictive modeling, in order to help achieve firm's objectives and enable strategic transformations.

Pulse iQ offers an external perspective that is strictly data-driven, and not subject to current organizational conjecture, sacred cows, or blinders.  By using stubborn data, we tell the story of your organization by answering some fundamental questions every business leader needs to know:

  • Does the data show empirically that we are headed where we think we are headed?
  • What are potential pitfalls along the way? 
  • How can we optimize our performance?
  • Is our current strategy working?  Is it the right strategy for us?
  • If we continue on the same path, what we are we headed financially five years from now?
  • Where are we bleeding?
  • What are our greatest opportunities?
  • What is the greatest opportunity for us to increase income?

Why settle for standard vision when you can sharpen your performance in high definition?