Visualization is the quick hit way to find value in data. In a matter of weeks, and with minimal disruption to your operations, rapid prototyping can draw from multiple sources to prove the power of your data. You’ll get answers to the questions you knew about and insights about others you hadn’t considered.
Growing volumes of data already make it difficult to find valuable signals in the noise, and data production climbs higher every day. Internal and external systems, sensors, social media, and mobile devices are creating new data 24x7, and all of which could be leveraged to better serve customers and enhance internal operations.
ICF’s team members are experts at identifying and extracting the value in client’s data. And, we know how to visualize that value so that it’s intuitive, actionable, and easily shared. When you’re ready to begin your advanced data visualization journey, our team recommends the low-cost, high-return Rapid Value Visualization approach, which can:
Overwhelming quantities of data can make it hard to know where to start. Rapid Value Visualization offers a quick, accurate approach to start building a better relationship with your data.
Kyle Tuberson has over 17 years of technology consulting experience in the areas of data visualization, geospatial, data management and data science. In his current role, he leads ICF’s Data Science and Analytics practice. Kyle’s experience includes building teams that use data to create innovative solutions to difficult business challenges. His teams have applied data science and data visualization techniques to help ICF’s clients reduce greenhouse gas emissions, prevent fraud with government immigration and entitlement programs, and improve access to healthcare in emerging markets.
Kevin Wright has more than 25 years of experience using data management, analytics and visualization techniques to address transportation, environmental, health, and social issues. With a special focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) management and implementation, Kevin looks for unique ways to share the information hid within the data. Since joining ICF in 1994, he has led the growth of ICF's geospatial capacity and participates in the technical and management aspects of his teams’ work, providing advice and implementing solutions. Kevin truly enjoys building strong, independent and interdisciplinary teams that meet changing needs of a project in the Agile age.
Janak Kalaria has more than 13 years of experience managing, architecting, and developing data driven analytical systems. He has led projects ranging from needs assessment and solution selection to full-scale implementation and deployment. He has directed projects involving information management, data science, cloud computing, big data analytics, and decision support systems for a number of U.S. federal agencies, the European Commission (EC), and commercial organizations. Janak has an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.