Laneway grows team for platform expansion

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Data analytics fintech Laneway Analytics has promoted its analytics solutions engineer Janice Tam to a new lead role, as well as adding a new data scientist with the rollout of its new service subscription capabilities.

Janice Tam

Laneway said the changes would underpin the its professional services growth and product development of its Provident Lane Analytics platform, currently used in super fund environments. 

Additionally, the provider is working on the development of its AI-driven analytics portal, Luci, which will be targeted toward the Australia’s super sector. 


It plans to continue to automate the workflow of data and construct a more useful data visualisation model for super fund clients and their staff. 

Laneway cited demand for data science expertise in the super industry. 

“We do things differently here at Laneway Analytics and our goal is to make analytics easier for our super fund clients and their members,” Grant Callaghan, chief executive of Laneway Analytics said. 

“This rounds out our team with the skills to extend our super fund analytics platform with deeper levels of machine learning and artificial intelligence and bespoke data science models for our customers.”

The new head of analytics, Ms Tam, in addition to her daily duties will be responsible for data modelling and visualisation engineering geared toward advancements in Laneway’s data analytic services. 

She also will overlook client delivery, quality control and a roadmap for how data analytics development can further improve client outcomes. 

Meanwhile Harsha Vardhan Jarugu has joined the company to be an analytics solutions engineer. He will be responsible for developing, building and implementing advanced data analytics solutions for clients to improve business performance. 

Mr Vardhan Jarugu will also contribute to the development of the analytics portal, Luci, overlooking the production of the dashboard and machine learning algorithms, data analytics and modelling, software development and customer training. 

He has previously worked at Catch.com.au and Wipro. Ms Tam on the other hand has previously been employed at Deloitte and Telstra.


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Sarah Simpkins

Sarah Simpkins

Sarah Simpkins is a journalist at Momentum Media, reporting primarily on banking, financial services and wealth. 

Prior to joining the team in 2018, Sarah worked in trade media and produced stories for a current affairs program on community radio. 

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