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The Talent Lab SaaS platform unifies your people information from multiple sources and converts into stunning visualization in minutes, making analytics easy for everyone.
Identify talent blind spots, isolate performance outliers and create intuitive dashboards in minutes, allowing you to make accurate talent decisions that save money and build more productive, more inclusive teams.
We design software to help organisations take rapid insight from their people information through interactive data visualization.
To sample our software, check out our library of publicly available data sets.
Talent Lab is best viewed in Chrome, Firefox, Safari or IE 10+
If you are interested in visualising your talent pool, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Data upload – Flexible data upload from any or all of your systems. Unify data from multiple systems within the platform.
Data cleanse – Sort out messy data with ease with drag and drop tools and data quality visualization.
User permission platform – Grant users different levels of access to employee data.
Dashboards – customise dashboards for each user and schedule frequency of delivery.
Visualization – View your organisation through 11 different visualisation modules.
Create Presentations – Create reports and share insights quickly and easily via PDF, PowerPoint and Excel.
We work with large enterprises and mid size businesses across all industries.
Typical users include chief operating officers, talent leaders, sales leaders, organizational effectiveness, diversity & inclusion and human resource practitioners.
Data can be uploaded from as many spreadsheets / CSV files as you need.
Data is consolidated and unified in the Talent Lab platform.
Users can add as many tags /attributes as they wish to each employee, including customized tags for your own company.
The mandatory data required for each employee is as follows:-
We host the Talent Lab platform in world-class data centres for clients, unless there is a specific need to deliver the technology behind a client’s firewall (‘on premise’) which can also be delivered.
In terms of physical location, our data centre partner has facilities in all major markets.
The data centre meets the following certifications:
Data Laboratories Limited are a British Software Company with offices in London, Singapore and New York.
Since 2012, we have been designing and building proprietary software to help organisations better understand their data through interactive data visualization. Our team is made up of industry leaders from data journalism & information communication.
To date, the company has taken one product to market, Talent Lab Software.
In 2014, we received the award for “Awesome New Technology” at HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas.
Get in touch at email@example.com
Sam is the Founder & CEO of software company Data Labs, based in Singapore. The company’s flagship product is Talent Lab Software, a human capital visualisation platform. Sam is an Advisory Board member for Catalyst Inc.
Prior to creating Data Labs, Sam founded Data Morphosis, a software company in Hong Kong. The company created several software products, including the compensation benchmarking platform ‘CompIndex’ and diversity analytics tool ‘Gender Gap’. The company were named ‘Awesome startup in HR’ in 2014 by HR Tech in USA, and received a nomination for a Webby Award in 2014 in the category of Social Impact.
Prior to founding Data Morphosis, Sam spent 10 years in the executive search industry, placing over 200 professionals into front office investment banking roles across Asia Pacific. He started his career as a consultant with Anderson Consulting (later renamed Accenture), where he worked with clients across Europe in supply chain management, communications & technology and financial services.
Sam studied Business Studies at The University of Salford. He has lived and worked in London, Hong Kong, Sydney and Singapore. He is married to Sarah-Louise and has 3 daughters.
Sarah–Louise is the COO of Data Laboratories Limited, based in Singapore. Her role includes overseeing the successful implementation of the Talent Lab solution to a global client base.
Sarah-Louise has over 15 years experience in Change Management and Strategic HR roles, working for large global IT and Finance organisations in London and Asia Pacific. Throughout her career, Sarah-Louise has led programs that implement large-scale change, enhance people performance and transform organisation efficiency and effectiveness.
Sarah-Louise started her career as a Management Consultant with Accenture where she worked in a program management capacity, leading teams of 20+ people on multi-million dollar organisation transformation programs. More recently Sarah-Louise has operated in senior strategic HR roles where she has supported executive leadership teams in defining and implementing talent strategies to better develop, leverage and retain their workforce.
Sarah-Louise has a Business Studies degree and is an ICF Accredited Certified Coach.
Farah Zahid graduated in 1996 from Loughborough University, United Kingdom, with Bachelor of Science in Information Technology & Human Factors and joined the Investment Banking arm of Natwest Bank, Natwest Markets. Graduating from the Securities, Futures and Derivatives (SFDR) Graduate Program, she worked in their I.T. Development and Implementation division before moving into Finance and working in Asset Securitisation, Fixed Income, Credit Derivatives and Equities Derivatives at Abbey National Treasury Services, Bank of Nova Scotia and Lehman Brothers. Farah’s work entailed Risk Analysis and Stress Testing of Pricing and Valuations systems.
Farah lived in Hong Kong from early 2008 to late 2011 and has lived and worked in the USA and South Africa.
Farah is passionate about Human Data Visualisation and will be working on Global Client Coverage at Data Labs.
Sophie is the Operations Manager for Data Laboratories Limited, based in Singapore.
Sophie is proficient in operations strategy & improvements, including workplace best practice, process support, staffing, organisational development and training.
Originally from the UK, Sophie has over 10 years of experience in Operations and Project Management roles, the last 7 years across the APAC region. Sophie worked with Viki Inc., supporting them over four years from start up to acquisition.
Sophie has BA (Honours) Degree in Business Studies.
Senior Software Engineer with extensive experience in design, development and implementation of scalable web applications. At Data Labs, Oleksii manages a team across design, engineering and QA.
Prior to joining Data Labs, Oleksii worked for Lohika Systems, a premium software engineering firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, where he implemented technology across machine learning and big data analytics.
Karen is an experienced Business Analyst with over 10 years experience servicing cross industry verticals in Australia and London. Karen started her career with Cap Gemini Ernst and Young and later joined Accenture.
Karen has a Bachelor of Commerce and Information Systems degree from The University of Melbourne.
Tim Andrew was appointed Global Head, Mergers & Acquisitions Equity Advisory for Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) in 2015. Based in Hong Kong, Tim joined SCB in 2010 as Global Head of Cash Equities, a business that spanned all geographies and the leadership of Equity Capital Markets, Sales, Trading, Risk Management, Corporate Access and Research. Along with having access to all the key equity investors globally, Tim was responsible for leading and executing in excess of 100 equity capital raising transactions across IPOs, Placements and Rights Issues in multiple geographies. In addition, Tim was the CEO of Standard Chartered Securities Hong Kong and a board member of Standard Chartered Securities India.
Tim has extensive Equities experience drawn from diverse markets. He joined SCB from Deutsche Bank where he spent 16 years and was most recently Co Head of Cash Equities and Head of Equity Research for Asia Pacific. Prior to this, Tim was based in New York for five years as Head of Equity Research for North America. Prior to this Tim was based in Sydney as Head of Australian Equity Research. Tim’s first role at Deutsche Bank was based in Hong Kong as a highly rated Utilities and Energy analyst for Asia, Latin America and Emerging Europe. Tim started his career as a Chartered accountant in Perth with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
Tim graduated with a Bachelor of Business degree from Edith Cowan University (Western Australia) majoring in Accounting and Finance. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and a Graduate of the Institute of Company Directors, Australia. In 2013, Tim completed the executive leadership program, “Leading Across Boundaries” at Oxford University.
Matthew has more than six years’ agency experience in investor and media relations working with ASX-listed small to mid-cap companies spanning the tech, biotech, resources and agribusiness sectors. His writing and editing skills combined with a strong contact list across media and financial markets prove particularly advantageous to clients.
Matthew graduated from Deakin University after completing a Bachelor of Arts with majors in both media and communications and public relations.
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Larry Webster has over 19 years of experience in the legal field, representing clients of all sizes, including numerous emerging growth companies, in a diverse array of industries ranging from hardware, software, semiconductor and telecommunications to new media, petrochemicals and professional services. Prior to joining WANdisco, plc as part-time General Counsel, Larry was Of Counsel in the Austin office of Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati, where he provided advice and services to companies ranging from startups to multi-national Fortune 500 entities. His legal experience includes stints at another Silicon Valley firm, Gunderson, Dettmer, the Dallas law firm of Hughes & Luce and the telecom company Northern Telecom. Larry holds BS, BA and JD degrees from Brigham Young University and speaks conversational Cantonese.
Margaretta is a distribution partner of Talent Lab in North America.
Margaretta Noonan, founder of noonanWorks, has had C-suite experience with Fortune 500 companies in all global functions of human resources. She has a proven track record of being able to identify issues in complex organizations and implement effective solutions.
In her last corporate assignment, Ms. Noonan was the Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer for Hudson Global, Inc, a worldwide recruitment, staffing, and human resources consulting company. During her time with Hudson, she created a single corporate culture in a company made up of 67 acquired businesses. She worked directly with the Chairman of the Compensation Committee to ensure that all pay plans consistently supported the corporate goals.
During her corporate career, Ms. Noonan participated in the management of a high growth organization (Kohl’s), an acquirer of more than 100 other firms (Monster), a Chapter 11 bankruptcy (Best Products), a company closure (Carter Hawley Hale), and a successful public-company spin off (Hudson). These experiences have helped her bring creative ideas to the clients she assists with compensation, communication, organizational design and performance management.
She has appeared on television including CNNfn, Extra!, the Oxygen network and interviews with print media such as The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Business Week and Working Woman Magazine. She has given speeches at the International Quality & Productivity Center, the Columbia University Graduate School, and the Global Summit of Women, among others. Ms. Noonan is a summa cum laude graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia.
Eric is a distribution partner of Talent Lab based in North America.
Eric Block has over 15 years of experience running software sales teams throughout the Americas, covering all markets. He is also founder of Block International Group (BIG), an international consulting firm that spearheads diverse projects with various government, corporate and academic institutions, involving leadership and management development, emotional intelligence training, team building, small venture start-up, organizational psychology, public speaking, information and education literacy, community and cultural heritage development and ancestral memory cultivation.
He is the author and creator of “EMAP: Emotional and Mental Acuity Practicum,” an intensive leadership program designed to allow individuals to enhance and develop their emotional and mental acuities. It is a professional program used in corporate and educational settings to allow individuals to rediscover what they want, how to improve their emotional intelligence, develop self-awareness, identify negative thought and emotional patterns and improve goal building and communication skills.
Eric Block holds a Bachelors of Arts (BA) degree in History from Brown University, a Master’s of Science (MSF) degree in Finance from American University and a Masters of Arts (MA) degree in International Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He has lived in 5 different countries, speaks three languages and currently resides between Phoenix, Arizona and Salvador, Brazil.
Claes is a distribution partner of Talent Lab in The Nordics.
Gavisus is a leading provider of strategic HR solutions with a strong local presence in the Nordics. Gavisus have offices in Copenhagen, Olso and Stockholm.
Prior to leading Gavisus, Claes held roles as Managing Director at TM Nordic Sweden, Lumesse, Edvantage group Sweden, CEO of Open Training Sweden AB, Account Executive at Global English Corp., Scandinavian Director at CBT Sys/SkillSoft/Smartforce . Also, management positions at Kodak, Visutech and Electronics for Imaging.
Trevor Phillips is co-founder of data analytics provider Webber Phillips Ltd. Trevor also serves as President of the Partnership Council of the John Lewis Partnership. He is the first external appointment since 1928. He is also currently the Deputy Chair of the Steering Committee of the National Equality Standard and Chair of Green Park Diversity Analytics. Trevor is the former chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission. He had previously been the Chair of the Commission for Racial Equality and the elected Chair of the Greater London Authority.
His most recent work for TV is ‘Things We Won’t Say About Race That Are True’, a feature documentary for Channel 4, broadcast in March 2015. The programme, which he wrote and presented, attracted some two million viewers, as well as extensive press coverage.
Trevor is currently writing a prequel to his successful book Windrush, to be published in the near future.Born in London in 1953, Trevor Phillips was educated in London and in Georgetown, Guyana, and studied chemistry at Imperial College London. Between 1978 and 1980, he was president of The National Union of Students. He is the recipient of several honorary doctorates, the OBE, and was awarded the Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur by the French Government in 2007.
Richard Webber is best known as the originator of the UK’s leading geodemographic classifications, Acorn and Mosaic. For many years Richard managed the micromarketing divisions of first CACI and then Experian. In recent years he has championed the use of personal and family names as a means of inferring people’s cultural background, a tool now used among others by Britain’s principal political parties for the targeting of their election campaigns. His colleague in this venture is Trevor Philips. A fellow of the Institute of Direct Marketing and of the Market Research Society, he is currently a visiting Professor in the department of Geography, Kings College London.
Irene Natividad is President of the Global Summit of Women, a 25-year old annual gathering of women leaders in business and government who come together to share strategies for accelerating women’s economic progress globally. The Summit convenes over 1,000 women each year ranging from women Heads of State, Vice Presidents, Cabinet Ministers, Members of Parliament, women CEOs of companies from small to large, and senior executives from multinational companies.
She also serves as Chair of Corporate Women Directors International (CWDI), which conducts research on women on boards globally and brings together women corporate directors from around the world on issues of corporate governance. To date, CWDI has released 24 reports in 18 years, the latest being the 2015 report on “Women Directors in Latin America’s 100 Largest Companies,’ which was released in Sao Paolo, Brazil at the Global Summit of Women held there last May.
With CWDI, Ms. Natividad has opened 14 stock exchanges around the world since 2006– a business tradition which she wants opened up to women. The Market Opens have taken place at NASDAQ (2006) in New York, the Toronto Stock Exchange (2008), Johannesburg Stock Exchange (2009), Madrid (2011), Istanbul (2011), Barcelona (2012), Warsaw (2012), Sao Paolo (2012), Hong Kong (2012), Zurich (2013), Kuala Lumpur (2013), the Deutsche Boerse in Frankfurt (2013), the Euronext Paris Exchange (2014), and ASX in Sydney (2014). Her commitment to promoting women, nationally and internationally, stems from her decade-long involvement with the National Women’s Political Caucus, a bipartisan organization dedicated to electing and appointing women to public office to which she was elected in 1985 – the first Asian American to lead a political organization in the U.S.
A member of the 2012 National Association of Corporate Directors’ Blue Ribbon Commission on Board Diversity, Ms. Natividad has served on numerous advisory boards including Cigna Corporation, Wyndham International, Enterprising Women Magazine, NACD, the National Museum for Women in the Arts and the Global Economic Symposium based in Germany. In 1994, she was appointed to the Board of Directors of Sallie Mae Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, by President Clinton.
Patrick Dixon is the founder and chairman of Global Change Ltd, a growth strategy and forecasting company. He is the author of sixteen books (over 600,000 in print in over 40 languages), and a physician. His latest book is The Future of Almost Everything. Others include Futurewise, SustainAgility, TheGenetic Revolution and Building a Better Business. He has been ranked as one of the twenty most influential business thinkers alive today. He has spoken to audiences in over fifty nations and is one of the world’s most sought-after keynote speakers at corporate events.
He advises boards and senior teams on a wide range of strategic issues including people management and making sense of data. Clients include Google, Microsoft, IBM, KLM/Air France, BP, ExxonMobil, World Bank, Siemens, Prudential, Aviva, UBS, Credit Suisse, PwC, Hewlett Packard, Gillette, GSK, Forbes, Fortune, BT, BBC, Fedex and DHL. He has also taught on a wide variety of executive education programmes at London Business School since 1999.
Patrick has worked as group strategy director for Acromas Ltd which owned the AA and Saga before its flotation. He has been a non-executive director of Allied Health Care Ltd, which delivers over 40 million home care visits a year across the UK. He was also chairman of the cancer biotech company Virttu Biologics Ltd from 2012 to 2015.
Evan Smith founded and runs Metamorphosis Management Group. Trained as an industrial engineer, he has been helping organizations and leaders to deliver measurable results by fostering successful organizational and individual change for more than 20 years. Earlier in his career, Evan led the Quality function for a global mid-cap chemical company. He led the corporate Performance Management function for a U. S. regional bank in the early 1990s during a time of restructuring; he also helped to introduce and structure revamped business lines for the bank’s investment services arm. Evan started his career with GE in its aerospace business, working on the Information Systems Management Program (ISMP).
He’s been involved in a range of restructuring, acquisition- / post-merger-integration, and organizational development exercises – both as a corporate manager, and as a consultant. As a consultant, he supported several acquisitions by Intermagnetics General Corporation in its medical equipment/ device businesses; and was a primary consultant on the post-merger integration of Momentive Performance Materials, a global chemical company formed from the sale by GE of a wholly-owned subsidiary and stakes of two joint-ventures. He also led the integration planning for a Japanese telecom client acquiring a cable company in a U. S. market. These cases focused on helping clients to understand, map and deploy their workforces and talents to best advantage.
Evan has taught management courses through Tufts University and the State University of New York; he has also led workshops in Change Management (Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations); and leadership- and senior-team development (University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Advanced Management Program).
Evan earned his Masters in Public and Private Management from the Yale School of Organization and Management. He also holds Bachelor degrees in Industrial & Management Systems Engineering, and in Liberal Arts, from the Pennsylvania State University.
Data Labs have offices in London and Singapore.
Alongside our global alliance partners, we are able to service clients in every region of the world. If you are interested in learning more or seeing a demonstration of our software please email us and a representative will be in touch.
We welcome enquiries from members of the press. Please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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