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Data Insight appoints Bruce Gordon to Advisory Board

Data Insight has appointed Pushpay’s former Chairman and now CEO Bruce Gordon to its Advisory Board.

Data Insight, founded by Carmen Vicelich is a data and analytics agency supporting growing organizations wanting to leverage the power of data.

General Manager Claire Bonham-Holden says “Every major organisation in New Zealand is flooded with data about customers, employees and transactions, collected through potentially 1,000s of sources. Generating insights to drive data driven decisions that creates new business value is a constant challenge. We exist to help these organizations leverage the data they have in and around their business, to help them make data driven decisions and generate new value through data.”

“Data Insight is a market leader at demystifying big data by providing business leaders useable insights quickly which is something that I am personally passionate about as it ultimately this leads to better Customer experiences and enhanced revenues” says Bruce Gordon.

Data Insight helps some of the largest utilities, telcos, media companies, lenders, insurance and FMCG companies to succeed through data driven decision making.

Data Insight Founder Carmen Vicelich is also the CEO and Founder of Valocity, a cloud-based Mortgage Property Valuation Ordering platform used by leading lenders in New Zealand and Australia.

“In the Age of AI, customer centricity and data is everything. It can be the fuel that accelerates a business or it’s achilles heel. Bringing Bruce on board to support Data Insight’s continued growth and thought leadership is exciting for us and our clients, we’re incredibly proud to have him on our team.”


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