The Power Of Analytics For Business:

“When I had to come up with a modified menu to re-open, I knew exactly what items to choose because of Julie’s analysis. I feel much more secure in the decisions I make while operating my business, Cafe la Reine, with Julie’s analysis in hand.”

Alex Horton, Owner, Cafe la Reine, Manchester, NH

Analytics For Business

Businesses don’t need more data. They’re practically swimming in data! What they need is help figuring out what to do with all that data.

That’s where analytics for business comes in.

Bringing Clarity To Chaos

At JLA Analytics, we have the skills and experience to make sense of your data, no matter what kind it is: sales data, customer data, marketing data, employee data, social media data and more.

Grow Your Business and Boost Your Revenue

Use analytics for your business to grow your revenue and hit your goals.

Schedule a free consultation to learn how to make your business thrive.

Industries We Serve

NEW!! HR ANALYTICS: Now more than ever, CHROs and HR practitioners need to know and understand their data, so they can make informed decisions and navigate the current COVID-19 crisis.

BUSINESSES: From small to larger, from manufacturing to tech to service-based, we have strategies to leverage your data so it can be your competitive edge.

HIGHER EDUCATION: The challenges facing today’s higher ed institutions demand solutions that are anything but one-size-fits-all. With our deep experience in higher education, we can customize a solution that fits your specific institution.

FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY: We’ve assembled a checklist of how restaurants and other food service businesses can use data during the COVID-19 crisis to retain customers, create viable menus, and others.

ORGANIZATIONS AND NON-PROFITS: What’s on the minds of your customers? Or how about the customers you lost? What about your employees? We can tailor a survey to find the answers; administer it; analyze the results; and report them back to you highlighting the most critical insights we find.

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I talk to a lot of people about data, and when I ask them why they’re not looking at their data and using it to make decisions and inform their business strategy, I hear frustration and confusion. “How do I start?” “I have so much data I don’t know what to look at first.” “I… Read More

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Graphs are a useful way to communicate data succinctly, and to emphasize important or surprising findings. Like the graph above, where I plotted the percentage of total land area that’s made up of forests. A quick glance shows that the situation is pretty dire, right? I mean, look at that steep drop from 1990 to… Read More

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As you’re planning out for 2021, now is the time to take stock of your goals and the metrics you’re using to make sure you reach them. If you’re like many businesses, you’ve had to pivot this year. This might mean you’re paying attention to outdated or misaligned metrics. Or maybe you’re drowning in a… Read More

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Don’t handicap yourself by only graphing your data at the end of your project. Channel your inner Yogi Berra and do this from the get-go.

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Don’t handicap yourself by only graphing your data at the end of your project. Channel your inner Yogi Berra and do this from the get-go.

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We’ve arrived at answers this week….and strategizing how to move forward with them in hand.

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Dr. Julie Alig worked closely with me on a recent NECHE review for a major research university.  I was very impressed by her depth of understanding and expertise, in addition to her diligence and thoroughness. She was a great colleague with whom to work – always prepared to listen to and assist other members of the team.

Julie was thorough, well-prepared and engaged.  She approached the task with a balanced and well-informed perspective, carefully attending to the client’s needs. In team work, Julie patiently helped others consider facts and inferences, leading the team to consensus. Her skills in listening and delivering feedback was extraordinarily respectful and useful in guiding critical decisions moving forward. Her integrity, dedication, and commitment to the work was crystal clear.

Professor Barbara Prudhomme White, University of New Hampshire