“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

Make Your Data Work For You

Our clients don’t need more data — they need to know what to do with the data they already have. At JLA Analytics, we provide the analysis that gives our clients a road map to understanding their data, and to making decisions based on their data.

The starting point is YOU. What questions do you need answered? What problems are you facing? What goals or milestones are you aiming at? Where can data analytics help?

Contact Dr. Julie Alig at the email address below to learn what we can do so that you and your team thrive.

Industries We Serve

NEW!! FOOD SERVICE INDUSTRY: We’ve assembled specific examples of how restaurants and other businesses can use data during this 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.

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 recently was fortunate to co-moderate a discussion on race in New Hampshire via the New Hampshire Community Conversation that I host with my partner, Tiffany Eddy. At one point a guest, Rogers Johnson, mentioned the demographic profile of blacks and other minorities in New Hampshire, namely, that apart from the fact that they represent… Read More

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Join me and my colleague Tiffany Eddy as we host a virtual town meeting this Thursday night. Our focus is on the food service industry here in NH, and our guests are Amy LaBelle, founder and owner of LaBelle Winery, and Tom Boucher, CEO of Great NH Restaurants (T-Bones – CJ’s – Copper Door). The… Read More

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Right now, we’re all struggling. Our families, ourselves, our jobs, our businesses….this coronavirus pandemic caught us all off-guard. One way to navigate through the uncertainty is to use your data as a guide. I’m offering a free, 30-minute consultation to businesses and organizations that want to use their data as a tool to figure out… Read More

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I speak in my daily life about numbers, about the power of numbers, about interpreting numbers, and about the power of graphs and charts to let us really “see” what the numbers are saying. I draw upon experts such as Edward Tufte, Cole Nusbaumer Knaflic, Nathan Yau, Alberto Cairo, and Steven Few, among others to… Read More

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When the topic is data, today’s CEOs are apparently feeling much the same about it as the sailor immortalized in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “Rime of the Ancient Mariner” felt about water. In the 2019 PwC Annual Global CEO Survey, CEOs were quite clear about how dissatisfied they are with how data is used in their… Read More

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The National Student Clearinghouse’s Research Center has just released the Fall 2019 estimated U.S. enrollments in postsecondary education, and for the nation as a whole, the news isn’t good. The NSC estimates that enrollment has decreased 1.3% from last year. Since the NSC began producing this analysis in 2012, enrollments have dropped each year. In… Read More

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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.