Mike Lampa is Vice President of Business Analytics at Chicago-based Tectonic, LLC. Tectonic is a business intelligence/advanced analytics consultancy and solution provider focusing on business outcome improvements through agile implementations of business discovery and predictive analytic solutions. Mike is responsible for Tectonic’s Service Delivery. Prior to joining Tectonic in 2015, Mike was Managing Partner at Archpelago Information Strategies, LLC overseeing Archipelago’s Advanced Analyics consulting services. Prior to joining Archipelago, Mike was Managing Director for Dell, where he implemented a global business intelligence practice. Mike was part of the team that formed strategic partnerships with major Business Intelligence software providers including Microsoft and SAP and was involved in the design and development of analytic solution offers including the Dell Quickstart Data Warehouse and Dell SAP HANA appliances. Mike’s responsibilities included creation of service catalogs and business intelligence/advanced analytics reference architectures; development of training programs and service delivery methods; creation and delivery of field enablement programs for sales, service delivery and partners; and definition of target markets, industry alliances and strategic partnerships with selected data warehousing and business intelligence service and software providers.
Prior to joining Dell in 2008, Mike owned and operated a data warehouse consulting practice providing comprehensive business intelligence and data warehousing consulting services as well as strategic consulting: program planning, architecture consultation and solution delivery to Fortune 1000 companies and governmental agencies across a variety of industries and jurisdictions. Mike has over 32 years experience, the last 18 of which have been focused on data warehousing, business intelligence and advanced analytics. He is a sought after business leader, educator, and speaker. Mike serves as Faculty with the International Institute for Analytics (IIA) and as an instructor for The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI). He also chairs BI tool user groups, writes for his own blog and has been published in TechTarget, DM Review andThe Journal of Data Warehousing.