Beth Ashlee Senior Data Scientist
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A worthy nomination for Beth Ashlee as we receive news of her nomination for the Data IQ New Talent/ Data Apprentice Award.

As an instrumental member of our Mango’s consulting team, we’re keen to share her journey from Summer Intern to Senior Data Scientist within an impressive 5 year time frame.  We all aware that the field of data is a fast moving, but Beth has achieved a phenomenal amount in her time with us.  With each experience, she has shown a remarkable desire to learn from it, evolve and nurture both her consultancy and technical competency and so we believe this shortlist is worthy of recognition.

Beth’s accomplished engagement style

As a master communicator, Beth excels in her role as a consultant at Mango using her empathetic communication style – enabling her to establish meaningful relationships alongside the ability to easily translate business value across an organisation.

She has demonstrated the ability to easily adapt to an ‘insourced’ team leader role or team lead as part of an ‘outsourced’ project and as a naturally competent people person, she makes everyone around her feel valued and motivated.

Beth is one of Mango’s standout Senior Data Scientists, and after a succession of promotions now leads and mentors the Graduate team in both a technical and personal development capacity. Demonstrating a ‘role model’ leadership style, it’s easy to see why all of our graduate cohorts across the past 2 years have developed into capable and credible data professionals that are proactively supporting the growth of our business today.

Congratulations Beth on your achievements, we certainly look forward to celebrating with you at the Data IQ awards night on 30th September.

dataIQ award winners
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Mango are delighted to have been awarded the 2020 Data IQ Best Data & Analytics Team (Enabler) award as part of the people category.  The virtual awards ceremony took place early yesterday evening with Pete Scott, Mango’s Client Services Director accepting the award on behalf of the team.

As is sadly the case with virtual ceremonies, there wasn’t a cocktail or DJ in sight; nonetheless, the shortlist comprised very strong competition. Pete Scott said, “It really is fantastic to be recognised for such a prestigious award, designed to showcase the best of the data and analytics industry. Mango’s astonishing team of Data Science Consultants focus on solving real challenges through data and are dedicated to delivering customer-centric, data-driven value.  As a team they deliver expertise and innovative solutions in strategic advice, data and analytic project delivery, through to building analytic team capability.”

The consulting team, consisting of 35 data scientists and engineers with more than 200 years’ combined expertise between them, demonstrate exemplary technical excellence, collaborative working practices and processes, best practice frameworks and a commitment to proactive stakeholder engagement. The award entry demonstrated these commitments in abundance and in addition, it was their external engagements, notably their community and outreach activities showcasing Mango as being at the heart of an innovative data science community, which were no doubt recognised by the screening panel.

Mango would like to acknowledge the support of their key stakeholder partnerships, where the benefits of true collaborative relationships are realised. Working through the restrictions impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, has certainly shown the benefit of Mango’s ‘agile’ project management practices, an approach that has allowed for reactive changes in accordance with rapidly changing conditions.

“This is an amazing achievement for Mango”, concluded Pete, “and reflects not only on the brilliance of the consulting team, but also on the support they receive from all areas of our 70-people consultancy. We all celebrate this win.”

Congratulations to all of the worthy award winners and shortlisters this year, we are very proud to have been amongst such stiff competition!

dataiq awards best data & analytics team
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Earlier this month we were delighted to discover that Mango Solutions had been shortlisted for the 2020 Data IQ  ‘Best Data & Analytics Team (Enabler)‘ award. We’ve always said the secret of Mango’s success is our people and this acknowledgment represents much valued recognition of our team of data professionals and their talent, service excellence, business value and innovation generated from data.

As a data science consultancy, we’ve been helping businesses deliver value from data for 18 years. Home to 35 data scientists who have more than 200 years commercial data science experience expertise between them, there is no doubt that we’ve managed to hone the perfect Analytics team, based on an ethos of true collaboration, expertise and delivering instrumental value for our customers.

The team is continually dedicated to delivering the highest possible customer experience, supported by our best practice framework and agile project management, which has certainly helped continue our exemplary levels of service, without impact, over the recent se challenging few months.

Extra special congratulations also go to Rich Pugh who has been shortlisted for the ‘Data & Analytics Leader of the Year (Enabler)‘ award. This year has seen some challenging business conditions, but Rich Pugh’s natural leadership qualities have continued to inspire his peers, colleagues, customers and the broader community alike – reinforcing his integrity, passion and authenticity as a natural leader.

Congratulations once again to both Mango’s Data Science team and Rich Pugh for reaching their respective Data IQ shortlists; we very much look forward to attending the online awards ceremony on 30th September.