Continuum is looking for a charity in need of help managing its data to partner with.
The charity partner will receive a free Alteryx licence and enablement training from Continuum to show staff how to use data analytics tools to improve the way they administer data, to help them free up time for charity work.
Over the past few years, Continuum has worked with various charities in Jersey, including Macmillan Cancer Support, Jersey Heritage, and Calligo Tigers Swimming Club.
“Tools such as Alteryx enable global businesses to transform the way they analyse data, speeding up and streamlining processes, giving them accurate information to improve their products and services," said Dan Hare, Continuum Founder.
"Alteryx has been a game changer for many organisations all over the world and we are delighted that we can help bring this revolutionary technology to charities in Jersey in this way."
Pictured: Dan Hare, Continuum Founder.
The charity partner can use the tools and training to transform operations in whatever way will make the most difference to their work. Continuum’s first charity partner, Macmillan Cancer Support, used Alteryx to move from a paper-based to an online system for data collection which saves staff time and improves reporting.
“As a result of our partnership with Continuum we have transferred a paper-based model of data collection to an online version," explained Jorge Cabrejas, Service Development Manager at Macmillan. "By enabling us to record data directly into the Alteryx system we reduce the amount of time collating and manually inputting the data.
“Thanks to Alteryx we can access and correlate information we didn’t have before, making it possible to answer questions such as the number of people using our service and where they are referred from, which helps with annual reports and makes it easier for us to present accurate information to our directors to help decision making.”
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