Joe Davey joins West Monroe Partners’ Technology practice
Date : October 19, 2016

Seattle-based director adds more than 18 years of broad enterprise technology experience.

West Monroe Partners, a full-service North American business and technology consultancy, today announced that Joe Davey has joined the firm as a director to lead the Seattle-based Analytics and Technology practices, specializing in analytics strategy, custom application, mobile, dashboard, and integration development. Davey has more than 18 years of experience designing, developing, and delivering enterprise applications and technology-based solutions that enable business goals. He is based in the firm’s Seattle, Washington office.

Davey is a highly experienced practice leader who has planned, developed, and launched practices for delivering cloud (AWS, Azure), portals and collaboration (Microsoft, Salesforce), technology enablement (custom development, mobile), customer experience (user experience, customer relationship management), and business intelligence/advanced analytics (Tableau, Microsoft, AWS, Hadoop) solutions. He also has opened new consulting offices, started new businesses from scratch, and built successful leadership and delivery teams.

“Joe Davey is a highly respected technology leader focused on combining technology, delivery, and design to create exceptional outcomes for clients,” said Brian Paulen, senior director and leader of West Monroe’s Seattle office. “His unique combination of technical expertise and business acumen, and his ability to facilitate strong partnerships between delivery teams and software partners are vital qualities for leading clients through complex, technology-enabled business transformation.”

Davey joins West Monroe Partners from Pariveda Solutions, where he was a vice president. Previously, he spent 10 years with Slalom Consulting in a variety of managing director and practice director/leader roles. His prior roles included program manager for Microsoft and e-Business manager and systems analyst for Medtronic ERS. His consulting experience spans many industries, including the healthcare, financial services, education, e-Commerce, retail, food and beverage, entertainment, travel, airline, not-for-profit, and public sectors.

“I am impressed by West Monroe Partners’ ability to field teams with a strong blend of business and technology expertise, which is critical in situations of transformational change,” said Davey. “I look forward to bringing my experience to bear for clients seeking to seize opportunities in their evolving markets.”

Davey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Washington and a Master of Business Administration degree with specialization in e-Commerce and Management from Seattle University.

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