Analytics often means different things to different people. Peloton defines it as the power to bring data-driven insights to business management. This “capability” is currently being touted universally as a competitive differentiator in business. Analytics brings understanding to the “hows” and “whys” of business performance.
For instance, does you organization know which products produced the most profit this last month? How they did so? Why they were profitable? And, whether you expect them to do so again in the future?
Analytics answers the tough questions by integrating data insights into business processes. By doing so, managers have the backdrop to make informed business decisions. Often, analytics is broken down into two categories:
1) the calculation of the key metrics themselves, and
2) the value-added display, or visualization, of those metrics to end users.
Peloton is equipped to do both. Oftentimes, we work hand in hand with companies to identify and construct key performance indicators. Some of the most complex examples include cannibalization models or fully allocated segment profitability models – like SKU level product profitability models or cost to serve customer profitability models. On the other hand, Peloton also brings life and meaning to the measures through charts and color coded operational dashboards which quickly highlight trends and delineate variances.
Analytics brings understanding to the “hows” and “whys” of business performance.Peloton was founded on the promise of analytics. We are passionate about helping our clients achieve optimal performance through a culture of analytics.