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Focus on Analytics: Closing the Analytics Gap

Featuring:  Mike Byrd, Business Analytics Sales Executive, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services


LINK to article: Closing the Analytics Gap  


Mike recently contributed an article in the latest Edition of HP’s BPO Edge e-zine titled, “Closing the Analytics Gap”.  In this article Mike discusses how skilled qualified analysts are in short supply, command hefty salaries and that this trend is expected to continue or get worse over the next few years.Cover Image.JPG


He goes on to discuss how the nature of data analytics is not remaining static and so organisations need to hire and retain analysts with stronger skill sets.


Mike also discusses how organizations need to be making the right decisions and investments now regarding analytics so as to not be exposed to financial or technical risks or create additional competitive gaps.


Mike also introduces HP’s BPO Business Analytics Service, Global Analytics team and Information Management & Analytics (IM & A) Service in this article and how these can help organizations address their analytics issues and close competitive gaps they may be facing.


Please take a moment to read this very important and insightful article.


LINK to article: Closing the Analytics Gap



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About Mike Byrd


Mike Byrd is the Americas BPO Sales Executive for Hewlett Packard’s Enterprise MikeByrd.jpgBusiness Analytics Services portfolio.  In his role, he is responsible for helping grow HP’s BPO analytics services business in North and South America by working with portfolio leadership and leading sales pursuit efforts demonstrating Business Analytics Services value proposition with prospects and current clients.


Mike has over 25 years’ experience in leading global operations and sales pursuits across a broad range of business functions including IT, Business Process Outsourcing, analytics, training and simulations.  Mike is also retired military with extensive experience in leadership and complex decision making.

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