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Our Leadership


Scott Lien is the Chief Cultivation Officer and co-founder of LifeScale Analytics. Scott prefers the “cultivation” title rather than they more ubiquitous CEO one, because he sees his job as doing just that—cultivating relationships with clients, employees and partners. He’s also adamant about cultivating a culture of excellence...

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Dan Berglove is the guy who brings the data management and analytics resources to bear for our clients. As co-founder of LifeScale Analytics and Chief Insight Officer, he oversees all the delivery aspects of helping clients achieve the data management and analytics objectives. Dan has 20 years of IT leadership and consulting experience...

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Ron Noden is Chief Development Officer of LifeScale Analytics and has over 28 years experience in business, technology and leadership. His ability to help client companies attain effective results stems from his experience in both technology and non-technology firms and projects. Previously as a consultant to technology organizations...

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Descriptive to Prescriptive -
Accelerating Business Insights with Data Analytics

The potential of data analytics can be confusing for many business leaders, often leading to more questions than answers.
This Leadership Brief will provide you an overview of four different analytic approaches that can be used to solve a business problem or set of problems. Each of these represents a stage along a data analysis continuum through which additional business insight and benefit can be gained.

5 Reasons Why Bio-research Firms Should Invest In Data Analytics

There is no shortage of “good” investments for a bioscience business; robotic microscopy systems to accelerate lab workflows, a new cell culture bioreactor, upgraded lighting systems to save energy, safety training for plant employees or recruiting that world class domain expert to drive your genetics research program. With so many worthy investments competing for limited resources, why should you invest in your data analysis capabilities?

This Leadership Brief offers five reasons that you should consider an investment in data analytics to improve your bio-research business.