The rise of data science and AI-driven outcomes may change BI and data discovery in the enterprise, encouraging vendors to think about new constituencies, responsibilities, and opportunities far beyond traditional charting and dashboarding.
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Chief Analyst, AI & Data Analytics
Brad has more than 25 years of experience in IT technology, analyzing data and information architectures. He is skilled in competitive market intelligence, technology selection, business development, and quantitative research. He also has experience as an IT professional, business analyst, book author/editor, and high-tech journalist/editor.
Brad helps enterprises and high-tech companies work effectively across several market areas, including enterprise data and analytics, artificial intelligence, digital transformation, and DevOps. His expertise also covers market evaluation and go-to-market messaging, and he has a background in software development and database administration.
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