Huse To Lead Data Analytics Consulting Company Through Next Major Phase Of Growth
Clarity Insights, a preeminent ‘big data’ consultancy that was recently named a leader in customer analytics by Forrester Research, announced that its board of directors has named Neil Huse as the company’s president.
Huse has been a member of the Clarity team for more than five years, most recently serving as Managing Partner overseeing the company’s highly successful healthcare practice. He has a strong track record of innovation and business success in the data and analytics space with a number of leading firms. As president, Huse will report to the company’s board of directors and will direct all facets of the business, with a focus on helping clients accelerate their data and analytics transformations. Clarity Insights’ area of expertise includes data engineering keeping a company’s long-term goals in mind and then converting data to action.
“Having worked with Neil in the consulting sector since 1994, I am completely confident that he has the experience and expertise to lead the company’s next phase of growth. Neil brings a wonderful hands-on approach to mentoring colleagues and a deep expertise in providing exceptional delivery and measurable results to clients,” John Papadia, Co-founder, Clarity Insights said.
Prior to joining Clarity Insights in 2012, Neil Huse was a Managing Principal at RCG Global Services and also worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM. “Analysts have recognized Clarity as an industry leader because of our ability to deliver measurable improvements in customer satisfaction, revenue, and profitability for clients. As importantly, the solutions we develop use leading edge analytics and technology platforms, are deployed in the cloud, and are developed using agile methods. Looking ahead, our team is going to help drive those results at more clients across the vertical industries where we have deep business expertise, including healthcare, financial services, consumer products, retail, technology, and insurance,” said Huse.