I'm back to consulting and looking to work with a few select clients. With some new experiences, I've got a new approach to using data to drive performance. Take a look. My longer-term goal is to find a co-founder, a great idea, and some capital and start a business in Birmingham, AL.
Meet Austin Senseman
- Involved in self-service analytics from the very beginning, since 2011, expert in Power BI and related Microsoft technologies.
- Spent 10,000+ hours helping organizations with performance measurement, trained in Six Sigma.
- Strong fundamentals in finance and accounting, CFA, CPA. Also experienced in sales and operations measurement
- Experienced consultant with PowerPivotPro.
- Birmingham native who believes in Birmingham
I'm Looking to Work with the Right Organizations
I'm accepting three Birmingham-based clients at a time, two for-profit businesses and one not-for-profit organization. I'm open to working with organizations that are already doing the basics well with data, with systems in place, with at least one analyst on staff. Ideally your organization is interested in or already using the Microsoft Data Platform (Excel, Power BI).
See more detail on the Services page.
Strategic Roadmap: Have a vision for where you want to go with your data & analytics, but not sure how to get there? You're not alone.
Process Improvement: What's the cost of poor quality in your business? If you're not actively measuring your business then you're not improving your business, at least not in a predictable, repeatable way.
Coaching/Mentoring: If you plan for your people to build dashboards and reports (and your managers to use them) you should give everyone the best chance of success by hiring a coach.
Training/Change Mgmt: Interested in building up your internal capability to do analytics (at scale)? Training is a great way to augment a larger change management program to enable your people.
Building Things: If you need analytics today and don't have the time or energy to ramp up your own internal capability, I'm here to fill the gap.