Providing skilled analysts to help make big decisions
Despite your business’s size, we help you make corporate-quality decisions using exceptional analysis, giving you a new competitive edge.
Problems we solve
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How will your project impact your workforce?
You’re working on a project that will likely improve your productivity, but how will you adjust your headcount once it’s complete? Deep End Analytics can create a model of your future operations and recommend adjustments for your workforce before you end up over- or under-staffed.
Is your project worth doing?
You might be considering starting a project, but aren’t sure exactly how it will impact your operations. Deep End Analytics can analyze how the project will impact your operations, providing you with confidence in and scope of the project’s success before you invest time and money.
Should you hire additional employees?
You want to add new employees to your workforce, but how many would give you the best return on your investment? Deep End Analytics will analyze the direct and indirect cost and benefit of those additional employees. In addition, other suggestions will be evaluated and their return on investment shared. In the end, you’ll know the most beneficial way to impact your organization with your new hire.
Meet Your Analyst
After earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Pure Mathematics from the University of Cincinnati, Kate began her career doing administrative work for small businesses. When managers discovered her knack for doing complicated calculations and finding information in data, she was regularly pulled into analytical projects – typically centered around team and business metrics calculation and reporting.
For over a decade, Kate has been doing custom analysis for senior managers of large corporations. These managers have consistently appreciated Kate’s ability to communicate this data in a way that mattered to them.
After starting a family and moving to Corvallis to raise her son, Kate seized an opportunity she had been waiting decades for – starting her own business. She realized that, by offering her analytical services on a project-by-project contracted basis, she could leverage the skill set she’d developed over the years while working with large corporations and offer those skills to small businesses. Today, Deep End Analytics provides small businesses with opportunities to contract a skilled analyst to partner with them when making big decisions.
Understanding Our Work
Results from previous projects
Reduced headcount, continuing full production
After completing a production improvement project, an analysis was done to determine how the department should adapt to the reduced manual work. It was determined that two fewer employees would be needed. After reducing the department’s headcount through attrition by two, production continued at full capacity.
Increased productivity, bringing $28.2M value
A new operations project was implemented that increased productivity. After a detailed analysis of the resulting savings, Kate modeled the impact the project had on production and determined a value of $28.2M over the year. The analysis was shared with corporate headquarters who approved it with enough confidence to share the specific value with stockholders and the Board of Directors.
Adjusted operations, saved $6.1M
Operations were being run between two plants and a contracted company. After doing an evaluation of the two sites, the corporate office shared an option to shift operations to one site and eliminate the contractor. After asking for additional analysis, Kate discovered and evaluated an additional strategy to adjust operations that resulted in a $6.1M reduction in cost over the corporate analysis.
Fixed understaffing, improved customer service
While a customer service team was consistently performing at a below-desired service level, a company found themselves facing an impending increase in customers. Kate performed a customer service staffing and service level analysis and concluded that seven additional representatives were needed to reach the desired service levels, given the predicted increase in customer base. The team added seven employees and service levels were reached, despite the increase in calls.