USE DATA TO MAKE DECISIONS. Make good decisions by relying primarily on facts and data, rather than solely on opinions or emotions. Be objective. Analyze the data and use this information to make better decisions.

As we start the new fall season of crisp air, sweater weather, and tailgating it’s a great time to start looking ahead to the next year and ensure that operations are functioning at the highest possible level for scalable success. Whether you're analyzing business functionality or team performance, this starts with collecting and analyzing data points.

If you had a chance to sit down over the weekend and tune in to see the shocking near upset of Alabama by Texas or Ohio State’s unsurprising win against Arkansas State, you probably weren’t thinking about historical data points or algorithmic performance measures of each player, but the statisticians working behind the scenes for each team were focused on nothing else - and I assure you, they are carefully anatomizing each and every play in Texas this week.

Data allows organizations to track performance, analyze trends and predictions, and make smarter decisions in manager meetings or on the field. Want to figure out what play is best to run on fourth and 1 in the third quarter of the game? Check the analytics. Wondering whether or not your project growth is on track? Check the analytics. Players still win games and team members still put in the time, but data allows coaches and managers to put them in the best position to succeed.

At Halo, we have spent the last seven years working to ensure our decisions are always made with data rather than based on gut instinct or personal opinion, which can lead to sub-optimal results. Below are some of the ways we utilize analytics to manage our operations and create an extremely efficient and scalable workforce.

  • Each and every incoming project is run through GIS to plan and review according to our Halo Proven Process.
  • Live status updates to reports and maps through GIS.
  • Continual performance analysis of all agents working a project. 
  • Manager tracked KPI’s on all operations.  
  • Future prediction models to enable scalability across operations nationwide.
  • Schedule Performance Index provided to clients for project status.

Analytics and data management are essential to ensuring the highest possible outcomes in nearly all industries across the world. From land management to football, the old ways of sitting back and hoping that you will be successful are gone.  The future rests in the consistent tracking, assessment of performance, and planning the next steps.

Thanks to our established data management operations, our teams at Halo are experienced and ready to tackle and track your project nationwide.