big data. bigger insight.

CompassRed is a data and analytics company that helps guide our clients through the quickly evolving world of data.  We help others surface insights from their data so that they can improve their business.
At CompassRed, we want to use data in a better way.

Predictive Intelligence

We'll build solutions that use your historical data to predict events of interest, such as product demand, part failures, fraud, client outcomes, or customer responses.

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Leverage new data sources and advanced analytics to improve your understanding of your prospects and customers

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Business Intelligence


We help companies get answers to their most critical business questions through solutions that include infrastructure and tools development using industry best practices. 

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Data Strategy

We've built a repeatable and customizable methodology to define a vision for your data needs, surface gaps and provide a path to your “data nirvana”.

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At CompassRed, we love Delaware Innovation Week. We're particularly excited about tonight's Innovation Celebration at the Mill.

Ever wondered what the Twitterverse looks like during a major event like that? We did too. In order to take a look, we quickly prototyped a dashboard using Power BI to get a snapshot of what's happening. Curious? Check it out for yourself!

Strive is a Wilmington-based nonprofit that was founded in 1996 as a Sports Challenge Leadership Academy. They work with students to develop research backed qualities of leadership that will serve as cornerstones for life-long success.

The team at Strive believes in making informed decisions based on assessment and research when it comes to the development and implementation of their programming, and that assessment requires data analysis.

As one of the founders of a company that helps others come up with predictions – I found the book Superforecasting particularly interesting (and necessary to read) for our company. Who is a Superforecaster? Are they the brainiacs that always outscore anyone in anything when it comes to math? Or are they the passionate Sunday morning news pundits that show they knew more through their passion as displayed on the talk shows?