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Dan Berglove, Chief IO (Insight Officer)

Dan is a co-founder of Lifescale Analytics. As the Chief Insight Officer, he oversees all aspects of delivering services and results for clients. Dan began his career in application development and has managed and directed development organizations consisting of up to 100 people. He has 27 years of IT leadership and consulting experience and has implemented successful IT practices in data security, business intelligence, data architecture, agile IT management and enterprise architecture.

Dan’s experience with implementing strategic technology spans a variety of vertical segments including the life sciences, insurance, banking, database marketing, mortgage and medical industries. Dan has served in technology leadership positions with UNUM Life, Carlson Companies, Wells Fargo and GMAC-RFC and he has provided strategic IT consulting services to many notable organizations including The Federal Reserve Bank, Syngenta Seeds, National Marrow Donor Program/Be The Match, Bayer CropScience and Duke Clinical Research Institute.

Dan earned a bachelor’s degree in geographic information systems from the University of Minnesota and a master’s degree in geography and computer science from the University of Iowa.

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