Strategist, mental ominvore and aspiring data artisan, Jessica Marie is an analyst with The Bloor Group. Her background includes finance and operations management of commercial and community banks, but she now focuses on the nexus of enterprise technology and Big Data. She holds a bachelors degree in International Studies from California State University, East Bay, and an Executive MBA from Saint Mary's College of California. She is also pursuing graduate coursework in Strategy and Risk Management at Stanford.
Personal Website: http://www.bloorgroup.com
Recent Articles by Jessica Marie
Where does big data fit within the context of analytics? Find out in a recent episode of "The Briefing Room", featuring Analyst John Myers of Enterprise Management Associates, and Paul Ross of Alteryx, a vendor with well-heeled clients like Walmart.
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