Hyoun Park oversees primary investigative research on analytics, big data, and enterprise mobility. He combines his telco, sabermetrics, social networking, and expense management backgrounds to describe key value propositions associated with analytics and emerging business technologies. He has keynoted multiple end-user and industry events and has served as an advisor for companies seeking insight on upcoming market trends.
Prior to becoming an industry analyst, he worked in data analysis and spend management roles both from the Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) and enterprise perspectives. As a CLEC billing manager, he coordinated billing communications with other local and long distance companies, maintained compliance with tariffs in 48 states, and performed all data analysis associated with monthly bill runs. From an enterprise perspective, he was on the front lines of managing BYOD when the iPhone was first released and conducted due diligence on enterprise telecommunications spend environments. Mr. Park also worked on a sabermetric fantasy baseball website in the mid-1990s, providing Moneyball-like analysis years before Michael Lewis made the concept famous.
In addition to his analytics, telecom, and industry background, he has also been involved with online social media and social software for over 15 years, leading to a unique perspective on the social enterprise, social marketing, gamification, hyperlocalization, and the power of network effects associated with technology adoption.
Hyoun holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women's and Gender Studies from Amherst College and a Masters of Business Administration degree from Boston University.
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