Tayler Hough is a Marketing Coordinator at Experian Data Quality. She has an emphasis on utilizing offline events and online efforts to effectively engage with Experian Data Quality's audience. Tayler received her Bachelor's Degree in Communications from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and she continues to find ways to link data, analytics, and communication strategies.
The time has come here in Boston where, (scattered amongst still hot and very humid days), we have started to see a few signs of fall. While this can be felt in the mildly cooler weather, the most significant signs are coming from our favorite stops for caffeine or an afternoon treat. That's right - our good friend, the Pumpkin Spice Latte, has returned! Some debate that this drink’s arrival, and all of the pumpkin food and drinks you can think of, have arrived too soon. Others, like myself, have fully embraced this new addition to the menu with maybe one too many trips to Starbucks.
Whether you are a Fortune 500 company or a striving startup, all organizations seek to connect with the community in which they live and work. This takes more than just using your city’s hashtag on social media or issuing a press release to your local paper. Finding innovative and creative ways to show your company’s brand to the people around you is key, and Boston, where Experian Data Quality’s North American headquarters happens to be, is filled with examples of companies who are doing just that. Last evening’s BostonFest, hosted by BostInno, was packed with individuals who were representing their company in creative ways, and enjoying their summer evening networking.
Welcome to our Share a Coke series on the EDQ blog! We think hearing stories right from the people who make up our EDQ family gives us all a chance to recognize these individuals, their talents, and their stories. We wouldn’t be the company we are today without the people who make up our team, and they give a great view to what life at EDQ is like.
No matter the size of your business or the industry you work in, one key goal of all organizations is to improve the customer experience. That can mean many different things depending on your business’s goals and vertical. One critical piece of data that you’re likely collecting on your customers is their address. This information can vary in importance, but you likely need it for sending account information, coupons, services, etc. Regardless of what you’re using customer address data for, a solution that can positively impact your internal functions as well as customer experience is an address verification tool.
Networking: some of us love it, some of us…not so much, but either way, it is an essential part to growing both personally and professionally. Recently, Experian Data Quality hosted a Local Levo: Boston event entitled ‘The Power of a Network,’ that helped give us, regardless of how we felt about the concept before, a whole new outlook on networking.
Here at Experian Data Quality (EDQ), we are doing a lot to forge the way for women in technology. As we know, women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers are sometimes more rare than common to find. It can often feel like you are diving off into the unknown and navigating a new industry.
Here at EDQ, beyond developing careers in this area and working to empower women to make waves in the technology space, these women are balancing their talents, families, and friends. As busy women running between innovative projects, leadership meetings, (and replenishing our cups of coffee), it can be difficult to juggle all of these important items while still making time for what matters when we turn off our computers at the end of the day. Lucky for us, we have Emily Ley to help us out.
Welcome to our new Share a Coke series on the EDQ blog! We think hearing stories right from the people who make up our EDQ family gives us all a chance to recognize these individuals, their talents, and their stories. We wouldn’t be the company we are today without the people who make up our team, and they give a great view to what life at EDQ is like.
Welcome to our new Share a Coke series on the EDQ blog! We think hearing stories right from the people who make up our EDQ family gives us all a chance to recognize these individuals, their talents, and their stories. We wouldn’t be the company we are today without the people who make up our team, and they give a great view to what life at EDQ is like. In order to make this happen, we are sitting down to Share a Coke with a featured member of the EDQ team, and sharing their story with all of you! So sit back, share a Coke with us, and let’s chat with today’s featured EDQ’er, Greg.
Trees have a wise way of teaching us quite a lot. In fact, there is a popular poem that can be found on everything from stationary to posters alike that puts into words all of these reminders that a tree can give.
Innovators, connectors, and creatives dispersed throughout the city of Boston for yesterday’s first annual MassTLC NewCo Boston event. Attendees toured the offices of members of the tech community, understanding the ideas, tools, and people that make these organizations exceptional. In reflecting on what I learned throughout the day, each session came back to something that we live and breathe by here at Experian Data Quality: it’s all about the story you tell.