Practicing to Win

By Ashton Black | May 10, 2015

I ran track in college, specifically pole vault was my game – and the 4x4 relay when coach wanted to punish me for something. As you could assume, my training was very different than that of a thrower or distance runner, but we all shared common goals: to jump higher, throw [...]

Data Before Analytics

By Mark Doman | April 20, 2015

As the Data Curator at Othot, I am responsible for the management and acquisition of data. Our data comes from a diverse array of sources – clients, public databases, and Othot-generated and refined information. Data, in this day and age, has become a commodity and is essential [...]