Throughout my career, I’ve experienced just how much time is wasted looking for the right data to do your job and how much data is stored “just in case.” As much as I loved working at big companies and working on large, enterprise-wide projects, I wanted to be able to work with business owners to optimize their data, have more profit, and more time in their lives for what they find meaningful. I launched Sorticulture to do just that.
My Journey to Sorticulture:
University of Wisconsin - Madison. While doing coursework in an archaeology class, I realized I loved categorizing artifacts.
University of Wisconsin - Madison. I earned a Master’s in Library and Information Studies. I planned on becoming a public librarian, but I also took a lot of classes on database design and cataloging. Basically, how to categorize information so that it was findable.
I worked as a Reference Librarian at several city libraries. My absolute favorite task was weeding, where items that are no longer needed are removed from the library collection.
Boeing: I worked in Enterprise Knowledge Management, then was the manager for the Technical Writing group, then Scientific Imaging. I was able to work on huge projects that often scaled the entire company.
Costco: I was the Manager for the Data Governance program. I managed a wide-scale effort to delete data to be in compliance with privacy laws.
The Sorticulture Process
My job is to make this process as easy and seamless as possible for your team - so you can focus on your business and creating more profit.
Book a call
Book a free call with our team to discuss your data challenges.
We determine what data you currently have, determine what data you actually need, then remove the excess data.
We put a process in place to stop accumulating data that you don’t need and always have the right data at your fingertips.