Video games have taken Chris Jones from Chicago, Ill., to Columbus, Ohio, to Dallas, Texas, to Raleigh, North Carolina. And the experiences of competitive gaming have informed his role as a data analyst with Daugherty Business Solutions.
When Sandeep Singh was a child, he wanted to be an astronaut. But as he grew older, he learned it wasn’t so much that he loved “sailing into space” as it was physics. So he became a data scientist, working first with planetary constraints and then with societal.
"Daugherty does a great job of understanding how people work and fit together to grow their skills." Continue watching to see what else Rahul Raguanthan has to say about being part of the Daugherty Data & Analytics team.
"All of our consultants are trying to personally expand. They want to get into more and more different and exciting technologies, they want to learn about how the ones they already know work and get some in-depth understanding." Keep watching to find out what else Senior Principal Shanti Greene has to say about his first year with Daugherty.
"Many of us with years of experience, can work for just about anyone we want to work for. And I work for Daugherty." Continue watching to learn why principal, information architect Meg Reichel prefers Daugherty over anywhere else.
"We're not trying to necessarily make ourselves look good, we want to enable our clients to look good so that we can enable their success." Watch what else principle, senior data engineer Adam Doyle has to say about his eight years at Daugherty in our latest Daugherty Profile Series.
Associate consultant Samantha Weller discusses how working in programming and data science doesn't lead to a mundane career. She believes it's crucial to use critical thinking and creativity in every project.
It’s the analytic mindset that led Tom Coyer to Daugherty three years ago, where he’s served in the data analytics and visualization space. He’s also led a bourbon & cocktail class for two years at the Daugherty Minneapolis business unit.