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Knowledge Services at your doorstep

Posted on: 27 July '10

MindTree’s Knowledge Services Business helps organizations get a better handle on Data, Analytics and Business Intelligence. We provide consulting, analytical models, frameworks, dynamic dashboards, and other offerings.

I warmly welcome you to this blog. This blog will become a repository of ideas, concepts, thoughts, and updates on this niche service domain. From time to time, we will post research related information and even provide some tips on solving your data management and analytics challenges. I strongly recommend you bookmark this page or follow this blog using your favourite RSS reader.

In a nutshell, we help companies transform data into knowledge. If this sounds too fluffy – consider this: Organizations leverage our expertise to architect, build and manage scalable systems that allow seamless information transactions as well as generate accurate insights into their business processes through analytics.

This is an important statement, because today companies are starting to realize their DW and BI initiatives need to be complimented with analytics. Analytics is an important cog in any company’s business and information strategy. We have built great expertise across varied industries and specific functional areas such as:

1. Customer Life-cycle Management
2. Revenue Management
3. Spend Analytics (Price Elasticity, etc)
4. HR Analytics
5. Forecasting

For now, I leave you with this short note. But stay tuned to this blog as we delve into the world of enterprise data, statistical models, and dynamic dashboards and share with you the treasures we find.

We look forward to make this blog as interactive as possible, so please send us any thoughts/comments/suggestions you have!

Scott Staples

Scott Staples is a co-founder of Mindtree Ltd. Having started Mindtree in 1999, Staples has helped grow Mindtree to over 13,000 employees and $500M in revenue. He has a dual responsibility as President, Americas and Head of Global Sales which accounts for 60% of Mindtree's revenues. He is also responsible for establishing Mindtree's U.S. Development Center (USDC) in Gainesville, Florida. Offering 26 years of experience in the market, Staples has focused on IT Services, IT Outsourcing , management consulting, and analytics. Prior to Mindtree, Staples served as a Director at Cambridge Technology Partners (CTP), where he was responsible for key accounts in the mid-Atlantic region. Staples is a frequent contributor to various industry magazines, journals, webinars, and conferences. Staples holds a degree in Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Delaware and a Masters of Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey.