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Humans Of Mosaik – An Interview with Juilee Talele

A young, driven and ambitious Associate Business Analyst working independently on Mosaik’s Global Data Hub. We at Mosaik are extremely delighted to have an employee so passionate, focused on learning and competitive as Juilee. Let’s take a glimpse at her journey, and a peak into her life.

Tell us a little more about yourself, your background?

I am an associate business analyst working with the GDH team, recruited during the pandemic. Sitting idle is one thing I detest and I am constantly up and about trying to keep myself busy with either work or learning.


After successfully completing my post graduation in data science during the pandemic, I discovered my passion towards data and discovered its rising importance especially in todays era where 90% 0f the world's data was created in the last 2 years. Since my college days, my inclination towards the field of finance was persistent and only grew with time. Now that I’m involved with both finance and data, I know I’m doing what I love, hence there is no looking back for me, and only soaring to reach greater heights.



What non-technical skills do you draw on most?

One of the most important skills I have tried to inculcate in all walks of my life is being punctual. It is an important skill to have and is considered as a sign of professionalism, allowing you to stand out as a reliable and trust worthy employee and human being. Along with being punctual, being kind and polite is a trait that I value a lot, not only in my work life but also in my personal life.


What do you do at Mosaik and what are your responsibilities?

Working as a business analyst gave me the ownership of our product - Mosaik's Global Data Hub. I have been actively involved throughout the development of this product and I am responsible in gathering business requirements, creating wireframe, managing data sources and resource allocation. Adding to this, defining the product roadmap and release plans that support revenue and growth and performing impact analysis was one of the many crucial tasks in the enhancement of this product. Taking complete ownership of Mosaik’s Global Data Hub furthered my invested interest in the success of this product. I particularly felt responsible for making sure that this product caters to our client’s needs, and I’m trying my best to ensure that this happens.


How is Mosaik different from the places you’ve worked before?

The Mosaik culture pushes me hard to do things according to what’s best for myself and the business. Here, I have the full ownership and responsibility of the work I do and hence, I am expected to dig deeper about all concepts to gain knowledge and understanding this uplifts my confidence. Mosaik is a great place for me to boost my confidence and take risks. I am allowed to make mistakes and learn from it. We are guided on how to make our mistakes right by pushing us towards the solution.


In my last role, I realised my drive towards finance and analytics. I sought to grow and take advantage of the opportunities that were presented to me. What sets Mosaik apart is the ability to build your career, to grow, learn and to absorb new business opportunities.


What do you like to do in your spare time?

Creativity has always been a major part of my life growing up, be it making jewellery, art and craft or stitching. Once I put my mind to create a piece, I am determined to achieve it in the next few days. Dancing has also been a major fun activity I often indulge in during my free time. Adding to this, I try to include a little bit of exercise in my daily to-do list to keep my body and mind healthy that I sometimes replace with a game of badminton with my little brother. I believe in maintaining my work-life balance and regularly ensure to take breaks on time by catching up with my mum over a cup of tea.


What is your definition of success?

I believe success is very subjective, there will be no single point in life where I’d consider myself successful, for me it is an ongoing journey. Personally, when I achieve a milestone I instantly crave for the next one. However I do set short term goals for myself, in a few years I see myself working as an analytics manager. I’m aware that achieving this is going to require a lot of hard work from my end, but I’m willing to put in the effort in order to be worthy of the position.