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Dr. Rado Kotorov is vice president of Product Marketing for Information Builders and works both with the Business Intelligence and the iWay product divisions to provide thought leadership, analyze market and technology trends, aid in the development of innovative product roadmaps, and create rich programs to drive adoption of BI, analytics, data integrity, and integration technologies. He strives to make BI and business analytics more accessible, intuitive, and collaborative through the adoption of innovative Web 2.0, advanced visualization, predictive modeling, search, and mobile technologies. Prior to his current role, Dr. Kotorov, was executive director of Strategic Product Management and Competitive Strategy. Active Technologies, InfoAssist, Magnify, RStat, Enable, Mobile Favorites, and the BI Portal are just a few of the products that have been developed and launched by his team.

Dr. Rado Kotorov has a Ph.D. in Decision and Game Theory, and institutional economics from Bowling Green State University. He has also published various papers and articles on business processes, emerging technologies, intellectual property rights, CRM, KM, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

CX for the Whole Year Round

November 30, 2016

As we enter the holiday season, let’s all ask ourselves: what do our customers REALLY want? The savviest digital marketers realize that this season will bring significant opportunities to engage with...

Information Builders Leads the Embedded BI and Analytics Surge

November 22, 2016

Dresner Advisory Services just released its 2016 Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study. What's so exciting about this report is that it confirms embedded BI's growing strategic importance (28...

Leadership for the Future: The Keys to Successful Digital Cultures

November 18, 2016

Digitization is the new management philosophy. Like its predecessors Six Sigma and lean management, it is transforming organizations and promising more efficiencies and higher productivity. At...

The Analytics Gap

November 14, 2016

The 2016 U.S. Presidential election was notable for many reasons, including the fact that the outcome was an upset to all major polls. As the New York Times’ Steve Lohr and Natasha Singer put it in a...

Leadership for the Future: How to Approach Ethical Transparency

August 05, 2016

In my last "Leadership for the Future" post, I addressed ethics, leadership, and technology. And while we were able to identify three of the fundamental ethical issues emerging from the evolution of...

Leadership for the Future: Ethics and Leadership in a Tech World

July 22, 2016

When it comes to ethics in the tech world we have two big topics to discuss. The first is identifying the ethical challenges and the second is determining how we nurture ethical awareness in...

Leadership for the Future: Why the CIO Will Be Tomorrow’s CEO

May 12, 2016

In my last Leadership for the Future post, I outlined a few ways that organizational structures will need to shift in the next five to 10 years to adapt to our technology-driven world. With a...

The Rise of PDF 2.0

April 27, 2016

Note: this post originally appeared on Business 2 Community.  The Portable Document Format (PDF) is deeply engrained in today’s business landscape. With an unmistakable acronym and incredibly...

Leadership for the Future: Operating in a Technology-Driven World

April 25, 2016

The future is on our doorsteps. In the first piece of my Leadership for the Future series, I wrote about the rapidly advancing technology landscape. From AI to robotics, in the next five to 10 years...

Leadership for the Future: What Does Tomorrow Look Like?

April 12, 2016

Technology’s ability to deliver a competitive advantage is driving digital transformation in nearly every industry. From healthcare to manufacturing, it’s hard to find an area of business that hasn’t...