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Creating Deeper, more Meaningful Comparisons with Peer Clusters

Jan 23, 2018 4:30:00 PM / by Sally Greene posted in Benchmarking Process

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Peer Cluster Filtering is an optional feature in Dynamic Benchmarking platforms that uses a group of named accounts as the comparison data set (an account contains the data supplied by a participant and typically represents an organization, facility, company, etc.).  Like criteria-based filters, peer cluster filter results are shown in the “aggregate” which means that no individual data points or responses are exposed.  Strict data minimums must be met for results to display, which ensures anonymity while still offering a unique way to select a comparison data set. This makes Peer Cluster Filtering a highly valued feature by many of our clients.

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Small but Mighty, SSO Delivers Multiple Benefits for Users

Jun 5, 2017 4:30:00 PM / by Sally Greene posted in Benchmarking Software Technology

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WHAT IS SINGLE SIGN ON (SSO)?

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3 Steps to Effectively Promote Your Benchmarking Study to Your Members

Oct 25, 2016 12:15:00 PM / by Sally Greene posted in Benchmarking Process

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How are you promoting your benchmarking study results? Unlike the iconic Field of Dreams, unfortunately, just building a study does not necessarily mean your members will come! Even the most valuable tools and information need a little help in the marketing department, and benchmarking is no exception. Let’s take a look at a few important steps you should be taking to ensure that you’re not only gathering the best information, but also making sure it’s being utilized to its fullest advantage.

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First Things First: Understanding Member Data Needs

Sep 7, 2016 2:00:00 PM / by Sally Greene posted in Benchmarking Analysis

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Have you ever worked so hard on a benchmarking study that your whole organization was so excited for, just to have it fall flat with your members? I’ll be honest; I have, and while it’s certainly not fun, you do learn some valuable lessons along the way.

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Survey Vs. Benchmarking Mentality

Aug 19, 2016 9:00:00 AM / by Sally Greene posted in Benchmarking Process, Maturity Models Benchmarking

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Benchmarking has long been touted as a valuable tool for businesses and I couldn’t agree more. Of course, a saw is a valuable tool as well, but you wouldn’t use it to perform surgery or slice a loaf of bread. My point is that tools are great, but only when they’re used in the way they were intended. This is where a lot of confusion and disconnect occurs when people look at benchmarking.

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Dynamic Benchmarking: An Insider Perspective

Jun 5, 2014 5:00:00 PM / by Sally Greene posted in Company News

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It’s been about 6 months since I’ve joined Dynamic Benchmarking and it still strikes me every day what an amazing and unique company it is. As a software company, one would expect our technology to be top notch, but the real differentiator is that the corporate culture and team environment at DB are outstanding. We work in close partnership with each of our clients who are often a bit perplexed by us and wonder who we are, so I thought some insight about life inside Dynamic Benchmarking would give our readers a sense of why we’re different and how we excel in our business.

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