Guident names 3 business intelligence directors

Guident Technologies announced today that it has chosen three employees to be directors of business intelligence. The company is an integrator of business intelligence, data warehousing and Oracle solutions to the federal government and commercial marketplace.



In their new roles, Evelyn Avanesian, Ryan Barker and Len Rosenblum will provide management oversight and strategic direction for Guident’s expanding business intelligence practice. 


Previously, Avanesian was senior manager of business intelligence and focused on large military and civilian federal health agencies. She was responsible for leading multiple implementations of analytical reporting systems and managing customer relationships, expectations and logistics. 


Barker was a senior manager responsible for implementing business intelligence and enterprise resource planning initiatives at various federal agencies.  


Rosenblum, also a senior manager, was responsible for managing the life cycle of data warehouse and data mart applications – from architecture through operations – at government and commercial sites.  

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