Teradata University Network Announces Business Analytics Finalists
September 24, 2015
Teradata University Network

Congratulations to the Teradata University Network business analytics finalists! The competition is held to advance the use of analytics in business and recognizes students with superior analytics education and academic excellence. The CDP is excited to provide the operational and financial data sets to students in the 2015 Data Challenge, who will present their findings on October 18-19 on how select arts and cultural organizations can improve their fundraising, better serve their audiences, and increase the cost-effectiveness of their operations.

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“The arts and cultural sector stands to benefit, just as other industries already do, from the business intelligence and customer insight made possible through the use of high quality data and analytics. In a world awash in information, the arts and cultural sector will benefit from a sector-wide shift in thinking and practices that places as much emphasis on creating the training, tools, and filters needed for using data thoughtfully, as on the collection of the data resources themselves.”

- Beth Tuttle, President and CEO, Cultural Data Project


The Cultural Data Project offers a powerful online management tool designed to strengthen arts and cultural organizations. This groundbreaking project gathers reliable, longitudinal data on the sector.

Our emerging national standard enables participating organizations to track trends and benchmark their progress through sophisticated reporting tools, empowers researchers and advocates with information to make the case for arts and culture, and equips funders with data to plan and evaluate grantmaking activities more effectively.

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