Frank Blaul Joins Current Analysis as VP, Business Development and New Client Acquisition

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Global Competitive Intelligence Firm Brings on Former Equifax Executive to Support Current Growth

Current Analysis, the market leader in real-time, tactical competitive intelligence for the telecommunications and information technology markets, announced today that Frank Blaul has been appointed to the Current Analysis executive team.

Previously, Mr. Blaul was responsible for the strategy, development, and growth for Equifax, to monetize their U.S. public sector market position. Mr. Blaul joins Current Analysis to lead new business development and client acquisition. He has spent over 20 years helping companies resolve multiple and complex issues while motivating teams to peak performance and forging strategic alliances with major IT manufacturers, such as HP, Sun, Dell, IBM, NetApp, and VMware, on a national and regional level.

“Current Analysis is in a high growth mode, and Frank’s sales, marketing, operations, and business experience will help us accelerate this trend. We are excited to have him join the team,” stated Tim Dowd, CEO of Current Analysis. “Specifically, Frank’s expertise in the security industry, as well as his successful track record leading strategic growth in both commercial and global government sectors, will be a great resource for Current Analysis.”

Prior to his role as Senior Vice President for Government Services at Equifax, Mr. Blaul held executive level positions with Emtec, GTSI, and IBM. He remains active with Armed Forces Electronics Association (AFCEA), Industry Advisory Council (IAC), Potomac Officers Club, and Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC).

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Current Analysis ( has been helping leading telecommunications, information technology and business software companies improve their competitive intelligence, differentiate themselves in the market and win more business since 1997. As the only provider of real-time, in-depth tactical competitive intelligence, analysis and advice, sales teams, product managers, marketing professionals, and executives rely on Current Analysis to anticipate and quickly take action on market opportunities and competitive threats. The company serves more than 35,000 professionals at over 200 global enterprises.

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