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Mark Peco, is a consultant, educator, manager, and analyst. He holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in engineering from the University of Waterloo and has led numerous engagements helping clients implement new data-driven capabilities.

A leading practitioner in Business Intelligence and Analytics, Mark teaches companies on a global basis about the opportunities and challenges related to “intelligent” business solutions. Mark is a Certified Business Intelligence Professional at the mastery level and his professional focus remains at the intersection of business, operations and technology.

Mark has developed and coached high-performance teams that delivered superior results. He has worked as a business unit director, seminar leader, corporate trainer, consulting practice manager, program manager, project manager, systems engineer, software developer and operations analyst.  Mark is committed to continuous learning and extends his knowledge in the fields of Big Data, Analytics, and Data Science through research, writing, self-study, vendor briefings, course development and teaching.

Professionally, Mark has earned and maintains his designation as a Certified Business Intelligence Professional (CBIP) at the Mastery Level. His expertise is demonstrated in Analytics, Information Management, and Team Leadership.

Mark is an excellent communicator, problem solver, and public speaker. He covers topics on big data, predictive analytics, data provisioning, data quality, data governance and business intelligence.



Cross-Industry, Engineering, Information Technology


Business Analysis, Curriculum Development, Project Management, Requirements Gathering, Software Development, Strategic IS Planning, Systems Development Lifecycle


Procept - Using a Capability Lens to Identify Project and Program Delivery Risks


(PROCEPT) Planning Your Data-Driven Success Using a Capability Lens


TDWI San Diego 2012 World Conference - A Culture of Data Quality with Mark Peco