Clients Doing Good Inspired Data For Good Program
Radius CEO Joel Carusone saw that clients were beginning to use its data tools for disaster relief outreach and saw an opportunity to help more people do more good. It launched a program it calls “Data for Good” to help clients use their software tools at no charge for creating positive social impact.
Interview with Joel Carusone, the CEO of Radius.
The following is the pre-interview with Joel Carusone. Be sure to watch the recorded interview above.
How are you personally affected by Data for Good?
We’ve partnered with companies to use data for disaster relief outreach.
What is your take on Data for Good: How companies have a responsibility to use data in ways that enrich our society, not harm it?
We know we have a greater responsibility than just building great technology. Our role as a company and as individuals is to build a community that benefits from what we build, our skills as a team, and the big-hearted acts of our enterprise customers. That’s why we created Data for Good – to support organizations that harness the power of data and technology to build a better future.
Data for Good: https://radius.com/data-for-good/
More about Radius:
Radius is on a mission to power the data intelligence across all B2B applications, channels, and users. Today, we help customers discover, manage and reach their best business audiences. Top B2B brands use Radius’ enterprise customer data to access unified, trusted data on their buyers and prospects.
Joel Carusone. Photo Credit: Radius
Joel Carusone’s bio:
Joel is passionate about building technology to solve hard problems and empowering teams to work on them. Prior to Radius, Joel was the Director of Enterprise Data Architecture at Massachusetts Eye and Ear hospital in Boston. Joel has a BS from Syracuse University with concentrations in Information Systems Management and Biology.
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