Last updated: August 5th, 2020
Hear Jamil Idun-Ogde, project manager and data analyst for Food for the Poor, describe how a series of dashboards, as well as automatic distribution capabilities, make vital data available to business users across many departments. These users rely on this information on a daily basis to help identify and reach critical targets.
Food for the Poor has been named by The Chronicle of Philanthropy as the largest international relief and development organization in the U.S. It has provided in excess of $11 billion in aid and has built more than 100,000 housing units for destitute people since its inception in 1982.
Check out the success story below to learn how better insights help guide Food for the Poor to success.