|By Business Wire||
|August 7, 2014 07:47 AM EDT||
VisiQuate, a leading SaaS Business Analytics company, announced today that it has added Brett Beaver as its Vice President of Business Development for its Energy Vertical. Well-known as an innovative energy engineer, Brett has extensive experience in all phases of natural gas development and transportation, from permitting and constructing drilling locations, to pipeline and meter station design, to delivering the gas to the end consumer. A certified petroleum and gas engineer with a B.S. from The Pennsylvania State University, Mr. Beaver recently served in a senior management role at Endless Mountain Energy in Olyphant, PA.
Brett will work from VisiQuate’s Mechanicsburg, PA, office. According to JK Kolmansberger, VisiQuate Co-Founder and President, “Healthcare and energy have many large challenges in common. In both, rapid decisioning is critical, but decision makers are confronted by the volume, variety, and velocity of information flying around in a true Big Data environment. Our business analytics platform ecosystem refines that massive complexity into actionable insights that meet the needs of users, from the C-suite to line workers. By democratizing access to vital data, we help enterprises truly compete on analytics, using our proven operational and predictive capabilities. Now that Brett is on board, we look forward to having many satisfied clients in the energy sector.”
“What a huge opportunity,” Mr. Beaver said. “Working with VisiQuate over the past year, we have now defined the information architecture and business analytics needs of the energy segment. In the process, we discovered new capabilities that most people in this industry don’t even know analytics can offer. I’m highly confident that our approach to delivering streaming intelligence and leading indicators will bring real value to energy companies everywhere.”
Founded in 2009, VisiQuate delivers dynamic SaaS performance management solutions that transform decision-making throughout the enterprise, bridging the gap between Business Analytics and real-world results. Going beyond traditional Business Analytics, VisiQuate’s clients also benefit from the successful integration of actionable workflow, guided eLearning solutions, and a rich complement of industry domain experts who work closely with VisiQuate’s clients to help them achieve the best performance outcomes. Headquartered in Santa Rosa, CA, VisiQuate currently serves clients in healthcare, energy, financial services, and other industries. For more information, visit www.visiquate.com or contact JK Kolmansberger at 717-579-7025.
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