With almost 20 years of experience in providing strategic process and organizational policy advice for both public and private organizations in various industries, Kirsten Bay will step in as the new president and CEO of Attensity, succeeding Mr. Ian Bonner, who will now serve as Attensity’s chairman of the board.
Previous to her new role at Attensity, Ms. Bay specialized in strategic processes and served as an organizational policy advisor, drawing on her experience in the information management, finance, and product industries. Ms. Bay has also served as vice president of commercial business with iSIGHT Partners.
“I am thrilled to join Attensity at such an exciting time. Attensity is truly the pioneer in developing analytic and engagement products powered by semantic technologies. Mining big data has created a terrific opportunity for Attensity to apply its text analytics and customer engagement solutions in large corporations and the public sector,” mentioned Ms. Bay in regard to her new role within the company. Read the rest of this entry »
From March 21 to 24, 2011, Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) will be at info360 in Washington, D.C. I will be teaming up with a panel of experts to discuss business intelligence (BI) and its role in analyzing unstructured data. Join us on March 23 for the TEC session—What Do I Get Out of BI?: The Role of Business Intelligence in Your Content Strategy.
You can register at the info360 Web site. For those of you who can’t be there in person, you can still participate by leaving a comment here: Do you have any specific questions for our experts?
I have the honor of presenting our session panelists: Read the rest of this entry »