Hello. Thanks for reading.
My name’s Thomas Dinsmore. I’ve worked with data and machine learning since 1984. Currently, I work for DataRobot, where I drive competitor intelligence. (The views expressed in this blog are my own.)
Previously, I’ve served The Boston Consulting Group, Cloudera, IBM, Oliver Wyman, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Razorfish, Revolution Analytics, and SAS, among others. I’ve delivered solutions to more than 500 clients around the world, including Aegon, AT&T (Capital, Universal Card), Banco Santander (Brazil, Chile, Mexico, USA), Bank Hapoalim (Israel), Barnes and Noble, Citibank (USA, Puerto Rico, Belgium, Singapore, and Malaysia, CVS, Dell, GE Capital, J.C.Penney, J.P. Morgan Chase, Monsanto, Morgan Stanley, Office Depot, Royal Bank of Canada, Sony, Sprint, Staples, United Health Group, UBS, Vodafone (Italy), Yapi Credi Bank (Turkey).
Boy, do I have war stories.
I’ve also run my own consulting practice. My clients included AtScale, DataBricks, DataRobot, Microsoft, and some private investors.
My book, Disruptive Analytics, published in 2016 by Apress, failed dismally in the marketplace. It did not earn back the advance I received. I had fun writing it, though. And I got to keep the advance.