Proc9 is a small team of numbers nerds and problem solvers dedicated to a singular goal: bringing the power of data to the people. We proudly call Milwaukee home and use our expertise to help local organizations unlock their potential by freeing them from the confines of the often-overwhelming amount of information at their disposal.
We know how even a shallow dip into data can make it feel like you’re drowning in complexity. But don’t worry; you’re not alone. We’ve seen this scenario play out over and over again. So much, in fact, that we decided to put a stop to it and bring data liberation to those who may not have the tools to do it on their own. We’ll transform how you use data and move you from ambiguity to answers, from confusion to clarity. Why do we do it? Because when innovative and forward-thinking organizations flourish, the whole community benefits.
Co-Founder, Director of Analytics
A passion for using data to better understand the world we live in brought Taylor to Milwaukee, where he earned a Master of Science in Applied Economics from Marquette University. In the years since, he’s applied that same passion to the business world, helping organizations big and small better understand the dynamics of their own environments and apply the results in a truly meaningful way.
Taylor’s exploratory spirit extends beyond the world of data. You’re just as likely to find him on top of a nearby parking structure as a far-off mountain peak, documenting his experiences with a camera close at hand.
Co-Founder, Director of Development
Claire is a known problem solver in the Milwaukee business community, with more than 15 years of experience in the metro market. She applies her fine-arts background to develop UI/UX components and has logged more than six years of DevOps to deliver data-driven, web-based solutions.
Claire tirelessly pursues effective ways to transform ambiguity into insight, even while jogging or biking the Oak Leaf Trail along Milwaukee’s lakefront. She also draws creative inspiration from slightly less physically demanding pursuits, including new exhibits at the Milwaukee Art Museum and the city’s vibrant culinary scene.