Congratulations to Pankaj Tibrewal '04, who was recently featured in Forbes to discuss his new application, Chartcube:


"Managers typically spend 10 to 20 percent of their time making data-driven decisions. They review data in Excel, share insights in PowerPoint, and discuss with their teams in email. These antiquated tools make it difficult for people to get on the same page and the result is a ‘Cycle of Indecision’. Chartcube helps by bringing together the data, the story and the discussion into one mobile app, so teams can make data-driven decisions with unprecedented efficiency and fun."

For more on Chartcube, check out the Forbes feature.


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