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Shannon Pritchett, CXR 0:17Welcome, everyone, we have just wrapped up our third and final analytics meeting of the year, which ironically, we ended 2019. Remember that year with analytics as well. So it was a fabulous meeting, we had two and a half hours, packed, crammed full of information, we implemented something new, which was a speed dashboard sharing. And with me today are a three out of four of the people that share the dashboards. Cheri Hansen from Sierra Nevada, Ted Chung, from EY, and Tony from BASF. Thank you so much for joining us. Really want to hear some of your favorite parts about today's meeting. So Cheri, why don't we start with you? What did you enjoy most about our meeting today?
Cheri Hanson, Sierra Nevada 0:58Yeah, I love thanks, Shannon. There were, there was so much I enjoyed it, I think I was smiling through the whole thing. I had in my first meeting, breakout session where I really liked all the breakout sessions and how it kind of broke everything up with the different surveys and things. I really like having to brand new people to CXR meetings and my first introduction, and so I could help share them, share with them some things about the group itself. And then I have a couple little takeaways to give them of information that they that would help them just in their jobs that was outside kind of what we were talking about today. But we're what keeps you up at night kinds of things for them. So that was that was really cool to be able to do them. So hopefully, we've made converts out of them today.
Shannon Pritchett, CXR 1:44Yeah, it was always nice to see the analytics community expand. And I think the theme of the last couple analytics meetings I've been a part of is, you know, all the new people that keep joining in and keep returning, just helps the community grow, and of course, the knowledge to share. So great observation with that. Ted, any highlights from you your point of view today?
Ted-Phai Chung, EY 2:04I guess, the favorite part is probably no. Same as, as aha moments is that, you know, we got people in different capacities, trying to do the same thing. You know, whether it's just how we're organized, you know, what kind of focus that we're or the amount of resources that we have. And then we'll try and solve similar problems or answer the similar business questions. And, and, you know, and we're taking similar approaches. And and I think it's just a matter of, you know, talking about data visualization, how do we send that message and have it resonate with our, with our business? And, you know, with data visualization is, you know, if you can make it simple and effective, you know, stick with them a lot longer, and a lot better.
Shannon Pritchett, CXR 2:58Yeah, I would agree, I was surprised, not really surprised. And maybe because I haven't heard this conversation with our past analytics meetings was how much that you know, us all looking at different dashboards, we focus on how it's presented to our end user, you know, whoever is looking at it. And I guess putting myself in your shoes, I didn't realize not only how important is the quality of the data, which we talked about, but also how its presented. And so that was a big takeaway moment. And big aha moment for me too. And I loved hearing the feedback that was shared with you, Ted, because I got to look at your dashboard. And also the feedback that you gave to Brad Cook, who shared his dashboard after you. So that was that was my aha moment. And takeaway, Tony, what about you?
Tony Lioi, BASF 3:48Thanks,