Long before Americans cast their ballots in the 2022 midterm election, Civis Analytics built demographic models predicting which registered voters were and were not likely to vote, as well as…
Every 39 seconds, a cyberattack is launched somewhere on the web… and your data systems could be the next target. Organizations of all kinds rely on Civis Analytics to serve as scientific and technological stewards of their data — to secure and protect the data entrusted to us. Download this guide to discover how we designed Civis Platform, our cloud-based data science workbench, expressly to safeguard data in compliance with industry-leading confidentiality, integrity, and availability standards
With inflation at its highest rate in decades, we polled Americans from all walks of life to explore how economic pressures will impact nonprofit giving during the 2022 holiday season.
Publicly-available data on COVID-19 case counts and positivity rates might not be as accurate with the prevalence and use of at-home test kits. Civis's own Ryan Jewell went to find out if a data gap exists and how to fill it with survey data.
When Supreme Court Justice Steven Breyer announced his retirement, he commanded far more media attention than might be expected for a man known to fewer than half of U.S. adults (46%). As President Biden considers his choice for the next Supreme Court justice nominee, Civis Analytics surveyed 1,882 U.S. adults from January 28–31, 2022, to understand perceptions of the current court and what considerations are important in choosing a nominee.
With so many different ways of doing business with customers, including mobile apps, loyalty programs, third-party delivery and online ordering, QSRs are collecting more first-party data than ever to create a personalized experience. Unfortunately, data from each of those sources tends to reside in its own silo and its own format, making it difficult to understand the customer journey across channels and seize opportunities to deliver the right message at the right moment.
The data-driven ideal looks a little different for every organization, but generally they share the common theme that the organization has a culture of turning to data for guidance in making important decisions. This whitepaper is for the data scientist who finds themself, or their team, in a spot where they’re ready to be more be more effective.
Your organization needs to make the right decisions when it comes to finding and engaging consumers. You are striving to use data, not a gut feeling, to guide your efforts. We're here to help you make the right decisions about how you make decisions.
In the last decade, the number of U.S. retail clinics — medical clinics located in other businesses, such as grocery stores or pharmacies — has grown significantly. By 2017, the number of retail clinics grew almost 5x since 2006, and total sales by retail clinics grew 3x between 2010 and 2016.