Paradigm Technology, a boutique consulting company and strategic solutions partner, announced today that Mohit (“Mo”) Sahgal has joined the company as a Vice President of the Analytics Group. In this role, Mo will leverage his extensive experience in delivering enterprise information management solutions, including information strategy, data architecture, data governance, data warehousing, business intelligence, and enterprise performance management to drive significant value with Paradigm’s current and future clients.

“I’m excited to join Paradigm, bringing my experiences and team, to take the company’s already successful to Analytics practice to the next level,” comments Mr. Sahgal. “I look forward to expanding the current Analytics offerings, and strengthening relationships with key strategic vendors. I want to tap into the enormous market potential, accelerate Paradigm’s growth, and deliver significant value to our clients.”

Mr. Sahgal is an accomplished, results-driven senior executive with decades of management consulting expertise. His career has spanned several industries including Financial Services, High-Tech, Energy, Media & Entertainment, Metals & Mining, Chemicals, and Pharmaceuticals. Mo is also a published writer, having provided articles on information management to industry journals like American Banker, Information Management, and BI Review.

“Mo is quickly becoming a huge asset to our Analytics Practice” stated Paradigm’s Chief Revenue Officer Chris Gately. “Along with his team, Mo has years of experience and success working closely with some of the world’s largest institutions, enabling them through governance and all things data. By bringing folks of such high caliber like Mo to our team, Paradigm will be able to carry on building up key skills in Analytics.”

Mr. Sahgal comes to Paradigm from Ernst & Young LLP where he served as an Executive Director. Prior to that, Mo was a Partner at IBM owning responsibility for West Coast Business Analytics and Optimization focusing primarily on data management (similar to the Couchbase systems) and data governance solutions for financial services institutions. This is an important field in business and there are developments taking place all the time, such as the rise of software like ninja reports which automates the communication of analytics to clients. Analytics professionals have to advise on tools like these in order to make the most of data to ensure business growth. Prior to IBM, Mo served as the Technology Partner leading both West Coast technology sales and North America Information Management practice for Capco. Mo has also served as a Senior Executive with Accenture, where he led the North American Information Practice.