I've signed an NDA. From what I can tell, it's fairly broad and generic. I'm not working on cutting-edge or interesting stuff, so it's probably pretty standard. I can't share the text here.
Through my own efforts, I've increased revenue from an until-now neglected traffic source substantially YoY. By the time the one-year anniversary of starting this effort has rolled around, I anticipate to have increased revenue by seven figures, probably a couple percentage points. This isn't typical for individual contributors at my company.
Obviously, this is a terrific selling point for myself. I would like to include this on my resume, but I'm not sure where the line is for what I should and should not share. It's a private company, so none of this information is public.
I'm trying to work through which of the following may be acceptable to list on my resume and which may be revealing too much information.
- Increased total company revenue by $x by doing thing.
- Increased total company revenue by y% by doing thing.
- Increased revenue in specific channel by $x by doing thing.
- Increased revenue in specific channel by y% by doing thing.
- Reversed negative trend of thing and ended year up x% in revenue rather than down projected y%.
- Reversed negative trend of thing and ended year up $x in revenue rather than down projected $y.
I'm also concerned about disclosing too much information by combination of the above. For instance, if I say the dollar amount and percentage of increase, the company's total revenue can be worked out. I'm not sure how big a deal this is, but it does seem like sensitive information. Asking my current employer is out of the question.
I would be grateful for any advice on how to proceed.