Pitchly Announces Data in the Workplace Series

DES MOINES, IOWA – July 25, 2019 – Pitchly, Inc., the leading data-driven work platform for professional service firms, announced today the beginning of a business education series titled “Making Business Data Fun for Employees and IT teams”.

The series will feature local business leaders discussing how they enable their employees to access and use data inside of their organization. The first event in this series will be a fireside chat between Tej Dhawan, Chief Data Officer of Principal Financial Group and Ryan Gerhardy, CEO of Pitchly. 

The series aligns with Pitchly’s mission to make data-driven work fun, secure and automated and coincides with the expanding customer base Pitchly’s products serve.

 “We have seen interest from a wide range of industries seeking to solve data collaboration problems and inefficiencies in transforming data into work-ready documents and presentations” said Ryan Gerhardy, CEO of Pitchly. “Businesses have been told of the importance to capture data for the last decade. Pitchly provides the last mile connection for employees to effectively use this data in their day-to-day work in a secure and responsible oversight from IT teams. This series provides an opportunity to open up the discussion with local business users on the forefront of incorporating data-driven work and the practical tips we have provided to customers spanning 31 countries”.

The series will be hosted at Pitchly’s offices at 500 E Locust Street, Suite 300, Des Moines, IA 50309. The first event will be August 15 at 12pm and the last event in September with catered lunch and drinks provided for 50 attendees. You can signup for the limited seating event here: Tej Dhawan Fireside Chat.

About Pitchly​

Pitchly provides teams of 3 to 500 people a better way to view and manage structured data for completing work tasks. Typically, these efforts take place in inefficient tools like Excel and Sharepoint, or IT-owned databases; Pitchly aggregates disparate information sources, making information easy to catalogue and find and produce data-infused Word and PowerPoint documents, allowing a 93% reduction in time to create data-heavy documents and 100% error reduction.