Qlarion Adds Industry Veterans Dendy Young and Sid Banerjee To Board of Directors

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Key additions bolster firm’s ability to deliver innovative business intelligence, data mining and data management solutions to public sector.

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Qlarion, which provides business intelligence and data management solutions to the public sector, today announced that industry veterans Dendy Young and Sid Banerjee have been named to the Board of Directors.

Qlarion previously operated as the public sector division of CadenceQuest, and became an independent company in May 2010 to focus exclusively on delivering business intelligence, data mining and data management solutions to government agencies and government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs).

The two new Board members bring to Qlarion a wealth of leadership experience and expertise in the business intelligence and public sector markets. Sid Banerjee is Chairman and CEO of Clarabridge and founder of Claraview, and Dendy Young is CEO at McLean Capital, LLC and former Chairman and CEO of GTSI.

“Through its work with leading government agencies and commercial organizations, the Qlarion team has demonstrated a unique ability to help clients identify and build innovative solutions to solve even the most complex business challenges,” said Dendy Young. “I look forward to lending insight and knowledge to Qlarion based on my experiences at the intersection of IT and the public sector, and fully expect the new firm to succeed and grow as a market leader.”

In its transition from operating as the public sector division of CadenceQuest to becoming an independent company last month, Qlarion retained the full CadenceQuest Government Solutions (CQGS) leadership team, staff of business intelligence, data mining and data management experts, processes and technology that have served customers for several years. At the same time, current and future customers will benefit from Qlarion’s enhanced focus on the Public Sector.

“Qlarion will build upon the principles of innovation and an unwavering focus on the customer that CQGS was founded upon, in turn improving the mission performance of government agencies and GSEs through greater transparency and deeper insight,” said Jake Bittner, CEO, Qlarion. “Today’s announcement reflects our commitment to bringing all possible resources to bear for the benefit of our customers.”

Since its inception, CadenceQuest Government Solutions, now Qlarion, has provided a broad range of business intelligence, data mining and data management solutions to organizations such as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the U.S. Department of Education. These solutions include:

  •     Business Intelligence for Government that helps Agencies derive "actionable" insight from data
  •     Data Management that helps Government Agencies design a solid foundation for business intelligence and data mining
  •     Strategy that helps Government Agencies increase their return on investments in business intelligence
  •     Data Mining that helps Government Agencies discover patterns, correlations, or anomalies from data
  •     Performance Management that helps Government Agencies increase transparency
  •     Education that helps Government personnel maximize technology

For additional information on Qlarion, and its business intelligence, data mining and data management solutions, visit http://www.qlarion.com.

About Qlarion
Qlarion, formerly CadenceQuest Government Solutions, improves mission performance by enabling transparency and empowering government decision makers to act on timely, consumable information. Qlarion is an SBA certified small business that provides business intelligence, data mining and data management solutions to Government Agencies and government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs). Qlarion has engaged in highly visible projects at the Department of Education, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and the legislative branch of the federal government. For additional information on Qlarion, visit http://www.qlarion.com.

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