Jen: This is the PKF Texas Entrepreneur’s Playbook. I’m Jen Lemanski, and I’m back again with Danielle Supkis Cheek, a director and one of the faces of our data analytics team. Danielle, welcome back the Playbook.

Danielle: Thank you again.

Jen: So, in this era of technology, and I mentioned in the intro—data analytics. One of the pieces that is data visualization. What are you seeing in that space, and how do you work with clients on that?

Danielle: Yeah, so, data visualization is what sounds like a scary term—people don’t really exactly know what it is—it pretty much is a fancy word for “pictures of graphs.” Just summering up data in a graph or a picture of some sort. A lot of people still seem to be very afraid to start, very afraid of, “What do I need to invest?” and afraid of, “What do I need to do?”


Continue Reading What is Data Visualization and How to Get Started

Following our July 16th employee benefit plan seminar, PKF Texas hosted “Employee Health & Wellness: Using Data Analytics to Improve Employee Engagement, Productivity and Reduce Costs.” Audit Senior Manager, Kristin Ryan, CPA, moderated the panel, which included:

  • Rabih Suki, Founder, CEO and CSO, DHS Group, and
  • Lara Bunn, National Population Health Management Operations Leader, USI


Continue Reading Recap: Employee Health & Wellness Seminar with DHS Group and USI

If your not-for-profit wants to improve its budgeting, forecasting, fundraising or other functions but is having a hard time identifying both problems and solutions, data analytics can help. This form of business intelligence is already considered invaluable in the for-profit world. But it can be just as useful to not-for-profits.

Informed Decision Making
Data analytics

Russ:  This is the PKF Texas Entrepreneur’s Playbook.  I’m Russ Capper, this week’s guest host, and I’m here today with Brian Baumler, a Senior Vice President, and Kirsten Strieck, shareholder and Director of Operations and Client Services at Joint Venture Strategic Advisors.  Welcome to the Playbook.

Kirsten:  Thank you.

Brian:  Thanks for having us