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Former Oracle leader joins InforSense

Richard Solari, former director of business intelligence at Oracle, has joined InforSense as vice president of analytic solutions. Solari will be responsible for the company’s overall expansion into markets such as enterprise wide commercial analytics, CRM analytics and financial services.

While at Oracle, Solari was responsible for managing and delivering data mining consulting implementations around the world in a wide variety of industries. In addition to Oracle, he has held key roles in a number of successful technology and government institutions, including Thinking Machines Corporation, which is now part of Oracle, SPSS, and the Federal Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.

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