Dallas’ Active Cyber Names VP To Lead New Analytics Practice

The company said that Brandon Britton's appointment is a pivotal moment as MicroStrategy, the new analytics practice at Active Cyber, transforms its partner strategy and strengthens its position as a leader in the business intelligence industry.

Dallas-based technology implementation provider Active Cyber has expanded its portfolio to include an analytics practice, to be led by Vice President Brandon Britton as part of the company’s strategic shift to becoming a Specialized Global Boutique.

In collaboration with BI and analytics platform MicroStrategy, the new analytics practice at Active Cyber specializes in converting raw data into actionable insights, empowering strategic decision-making for clients across numerous industries. Active Cyber said that with more than 30 years of experience, MicroStrategy provides a cloud-first, AI-powered platform for scalable and versatile data visualization, reporting, and analytics to drive business success.

With more than 15 years of experience in consulting and analytics, Britton brings a wealth of knowledge and a proven track record of success in implementing data analytics solutions, the company said. Formerly the VP of operations for MicroStrategy, Britton managed several delivery, operations, and sales teams while also reinvigorating the teams and implementing new go-to-market strategies.

“Brandon brings a track record of building consulting practices from the ground up.” Paul Green, MicroStrategy senior EVP services, said in a statement. “As a former VP at MicroStrategy, he’s intimately connected to MicroStrategy’s sales and consulting teams. The solutions and ‘plays’ we can put together offer an exciting opportunity to grow together” 

The new strategy focuses on delivering comprehensive advisory and implementation services for leading cloud architectures, including Okta, Workday, ServiceNow, and the latest addition, analytics (MicroStrategy).

Active Cyber said this move seeks to create a dynamic platform that meets the unique needs of customers, employees, and software partners navigating these industry-leading platforms. In a landscape where cloud offerings often overlap, the company said that customers seek tailored solutions and advice on efficiently adopting these platforms to align seamlessly with their existing or upcoming data architecture.

“I’m excited about the opportunities for growth in the domain, particularly with our cloud, AI, and ‘full stack’ approach,” Britton said in a statement. “These are incredible times to be a part of Active Cyber.”

The company said that Britton’s appointment is a pivotal moment as MicroStrategy transforms its partner strategy and strengthens its position as a leader in the business intelligence industry.

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