Make your data work for you — not the other way around.

Your institution’s data is probably spread across a wide range of functions and expressed in different formats.

It’s like a forest with its countless species of trees and wildlife. If you look at each plant or creature on its own, you see its little slice of the world. But when you put them all together, the story of an ecosystem is uncovered.

The same goes for your data. Assessing each set individually gives you a little insight. But until you can see all of your data together in a way that’s easy to digest, you’ll never see the forest for the trees.

When you don’t have enough time in the day, leveraging your data is everything.

Having your data wrangled, organized and easily viewable saves you time and allows you to redirect resources to more pressing matters. Instead of spending time manually entering and cleaning up your data, you can use it for analysis and better decision-making.

As proud leaders in the collegiate athletics industry, we've developed a wide array of data analytics services for clients like you.

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Financial Reporting Automation

Athletics business offices spend up to 500 hours preparing their EADA and NCAA reports. We’ll set up automated solutions that eliminate the tedious steps of manual financial reporting — freeing your staff to handle more pressing matters.

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Leadership Dashboards

Customize easy-to-read data visualizations for decision-makers on campus, from your athletic director to your president or chancellor. Our financial dashboards offer an efficient snapshot of key performance indicators that help to tell your financial story and provide context for better decision-making.

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Budget to Actual by Sport

Give sports operations and coaching staff complete visibility of their budgets with customized access to the relevant data they need to effectively manage their expenses.

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Ticket Reconciliations

Better (and more quickly) reconcile your ticketing platform to your accounting system — two systems that often don’t integrate easily.

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Case Study: Budget to Actuals Automation and Modernization

See what we did for one collegiate athletics department!

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Marie Monet

Marie Monet, CPA, CITP, CGMA

President, Digital

Marie helps our clients leverage their data in a way that allows them to generate meaningful insights and strategies to strengthen and maintain the health of their business. She has nearly 20 years of experience in accounting, data analytics and related areas of work.

Marie is highly recognized by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In addition to holding the AICPA’s Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) certification, she is a member of the CITP Credential Committee that develops, promotes and maintains the CITP credentialing process. She was also recognized by the AICPA’s Standing Ovation program in 2016 for her contributions to the areas of information management and technology assurance.

Before coming to James Moore, Marie spent over a decade working for large organizations and consulting firms that have a deep breadth of technical expertise and resources at their fingertips. She leverages the expertise gleaned from this work to give our clients a unique competitive edge in the market. Outside of work, Marie is an active volunteer and mentor with SCORE Volusia and sits on the Disruptive Leadership Board of Stetson University.

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