• KDC helped Queensland Government's QLeave get more out of Tableau

Established in 2013, Key Data Consulting’s clients include government, leading multi nationals, financial institutions, universities and small to medium enterprises. KDC is proud of our growing reputation as data exploration experts.

 

The way we work – KDC Collaborative Network

Key Data Consulting is a growing consultancy firm which specialises in Data Discovery platforms, training and services for business. As a small firm we can keep our costs low and adapt well to technological change. As we grow, we’re building our network of trusted professional collaborators and partners to give us more flexibility and capacity for work, without losing the personality, adaptability or pricing our clients expect.

Our network of collaborators and partners comprises other data and visualisation professionals, data analysts, project managers, subject matter experts, reporting and content managers, and administrators.
 

KDC’s Collaborative Network includes:

Tableau – www.tableau.com

Smart Analytics – www.smartanalytics.com.au

MIP – www.mip.com.au

Professionals with strong technical and complimentary skills

 

David Keys

Director, Key Data Consulting
BCom. Operations Management, Dip. Industrial Engineering

 

Dave is one of Australia’s foremost experts in data analytics including the use of Tableau, Lavastorm, Alteryx, Cognos, Business Objects and many other tools.

An experienced data architect, technical lead and project manager, Dave is passionate about solutions that use previously untapped information assets to drive business improvement.

Dave’s early career included industrial engineering, production management, and operations management. It was in these roles that Dave realised the transformative power of data.

Dave is also host for the Brisbane Tableau User Group. Feel free to contact Dave on dave@keydataconsulting.com.au or +61 (0) 417432990.

 

Sam Batchelor

Senior Consultant, Key Data Consulting
Bachelor of Engineering (Engineering Science)

 

Sam brings a passion for best practice data analytics and visualisation to Key Data. She enjoys taking people on a journey to gain trust in their data, move the work from processing to analysis, and ensure that the stories hidden within the data get told.

She recently migrated to Brisbane from Auckland, NZ where she worked at global dairy giant Fonterra. During this time, Sam gained valuable experience within Tableau – both from a workbook development and Tableau Server perspective. She helped to enable a community of users and consumers to utilise the data and tools available to make critical business decisions.

Sam was also part of a BI project within the London 2012 Olympic Games, working with data to ensure that the social and economic benefits of the games were realised.