Copenhagen, Denmark – April 7, 2021 – CTGlobal, the IT consultancy and development company focused on cloud, data center, security and enterprise client management, Microsoft Advanced Specialization partner and five times Microsoft Gold Partner, has brought Sandra Lindgaard on board as Business Intelligence Analyst to focus the use of data and improve the underlying business processes.
To be data-driven is generally accepted as “a good thing” in business. Most will agree that business decisions should be based on knowledge and analysis, rather than instinct and guesswork. That, certainly, is the advice CTGlobal’s consultants give to customers. It is also the value proposition behind the company’s solutions, and its data visualization tool, which is developed to bring IT organizations fact-based insights to act and prioritize on.
To practice what you preach is also a trait generally held in high regard, in people and professional organizations alike. In CTGlobal this means focusing on getting data in higher quantities and of a higher quality, and on analyzing and utilizing the data, to make smarter decisions. And that is why CTGlobal has hired Sandra Lindgaard in the role of Business Intelligence Analyst: To crunch the numbers.
“It’s long been an ambition of ours to work much more persistently on and consistently with those numbers – to bring them to an operational level, where they can be truly directional and inspirational. Sandra has extensive experience in doing just that. She also has a skill set that enables her to grasp potential and develop new processes to facilitate a far more efficient utilization of resources,” says Peter Odgaard-Jensen, CTGlobal CEO.
Data has the answers
With a background in small and midsized businesses in the global IT industry and in retail, Sandra Lindgaard is well-versed in moving quickly and adroitly to repurpose data into action:
“It’s fascinating to dive into data. And it’s easy to lose sight of the big picture when you do. That’s why strict and structural discipline is the key to map and prioritize the key data points, to analyze interdependencies, and to design a future foundation for healthy processes and behavior in a company: When – and, more importantly, how? – do you speed up, apply the brakes, change directions? CTGlobal has a lot of data and a lot drive, and I am very excited to be invited to play a role in turning all of those nuggets of gold into a data-driven powerhouse,” says Sandra Lindgaard. She refers to herself as “data nerd”, and has a partiality for bringing structure and order to complex, disjointed and raw data points.
Internally, Sandra Lindgaard will be focusing on resource utilization and sales processes. But she will also work with CTGlobal’s CSP team to help customers establish and maintain an overview of software license consumption, to make sure they stay in control of cost, and maximize the return on their Azure investments:
“That’s one part of working with CTGlobal I am very much looking forward to: Software consumption is a huge challenge to so many organizations who place infrastructure in the cloud. And because it’s fairly new territory, practically everybody is experiencing difficulties navigating it. To take part in that work is fascinating,” explains Sandra Lindgaard.