It’s an exciting week for our data quality business and it’s not just because of all the mince pies and Christmas parties. This week sees us bid a fond farewell to our former Clapham home, George West House, as we move to a brand-new office, Friars House, in Southwark.
Just a stone’s throw from Waterloo, our new office will take us closer to Central London and many of our valued customers and with fantastic views of the London Eye and the Shard.
Innovation isn’t anything new to Experian, in fact we’ve been listed in Forbes Magazine’s Top 100 “World’s Most Innovative Companies” for the past four years. I must admit however to being slightly sceptical when the idea of introducing a ‘robot’ into our team came up. Here’s some insight into what we learnt.
At Experian our main goal is to help our customers exceed their data ambitions. That makes understanding how you feel about us, our products, and how we work together one of the most important activities on our agenda.
This year I’m excited to announce that our Customer Relationship Survey is just around the corner, launching in a week’s time on the 21st September. With that in mind what better way to launch it than with a look back at some key improvements we’ve made in the last year – here’s my top five.
“Unity is strength when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved” Mattie Stepanek
At Experian we firmly believe that we can make a difference to society and our communities by helping people to make the most of their data to ‘create a better tomorrow’. For us being committed to this vision also means playing a role in celebrating and supporting diversity – and that’s just as important inside our business as out.
It was June, and Europe was turning to summer. Excited, I was walking around the office, when my colleagues caught my good mood. "What are you doing this weekend?" I answered "Cycling from London to Paris!" I have ridden cycling races and sportives, but wasn’t sure what to expect from my body, my mind and my companions. After 3 days, 36c heat, 20 energy gels, 2 punctures and 270 miles in the saddle - I learnt these three things.
Meet Pavan, our resident Data Quality Management Expert, who chats with us about what he enjoys, the most common data quality problems he encounters and what he thinks are the biggest barriers for 2017.
Experian wouldn’t be the company we are today without the people who make up our team – so we thought it’s time we introduced these individuals, their stories and their talents.
So sit back, share a coffee with us while we chat with Marvi Martinez Villegas, our new Senior Data Management Consultant.