OU Analytics - A Valuable Resource for Volunteers
A web-based business intelligence tool to deliver essential metrics on memberships or subscriptions to OUs, including Societies, Councils, Technical Communities, etc. It provides an intuitive interface and leverages visualization technology to present data in multidimensional tables and charts. The landing page provides easy access to various dashboards with many filtering options to refine by OU, Region, Section, Grade, and Gender. Counts provided on the dashboards can link directly to respective member contact details. The ability to search for one particular member by last name, first name or member number from the membership list is also available and is a convenient feature. Selected volunteer positions in respective OUs have automatic access to their OU's data.
OU Analytics delivers key statistics for active, new, renewing or arrears members that can be sorted or refined using various filters. Doublet (overlapping) society membership data is also available. A new and exciting feature of OU Analytics is an interactive global map comprised of all ten IEEE Regions with key statistical facts on the geographic concentration of IEEE and Society members and chapters globally for IEEE Organizational Units, including the ability to identify membership density for potential chapter opportunities globally. The data is updated daily and is pulled directly from IEEE's membership database, reflecting the most current information made available by members. Data and images can be downloaded using various formats. You will need your IEEE Account information to access.
There are recorded training webinars, presentations, FAQs, and Users Groups readily available to you as a resource, and one-on-one sessions can be scheduled, upon request.
Member information may not be furnished, with or without compensation, to outside entities, or be used by IEEE members for any other than approved IEEE business.
It is the responsibility of the volunteer to keep informed of IEEE Policies governing mailings and the use of labels and email addresses, including the regulations governing electioneering for IEEE offices. The information is found in Section 14.1 of IEEE Policies published every January and is available on request or from the IEEE Governing Documents website.