Brad Ptasienski is a director in West Monroe Partners’ Advanced Analytics practice. He has more than 10 years of experience delivering complex, strategic data-management and technical solutions that enhance organizational decision making, performance, and operations.
Brad Ptasienski has spent his career delivering sustainable and transformational data solutions. From performing data assessments in support of mergers and acquisitions to running enterprise data strategy initiatives to implementing leading-edge analytics technology, Brad is a proven strategist and leader in the business intelligence space. His expertise encompasses key disciplines critical to building a data-driven organization, including IT strategy, business intelligence strategy, master data management, data governance frameworks, data quality management processes, and reporting portals.
Over the course of his career, Brad has led multi-year projects and strategic initiatives for clients in an array of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, distribution, life sciences, private equity, and insurance. Examples include organizing and executing a multi-year program management office for a data transformation initiative and creating internal and external portals focused on reporting and data visualization. In addition to developing data- and analytics-specific experience, these projects have enabled him to develop and hone strong skills in complex program management, organizational change management, business process optimization, and large system design, integration, and testing.
Brad’s uncommon blend of business acumen and technical depth and experience as a developer has created a unique and detail-oriented management style. With a strong focus on team chemistry and integrity, Brad’s teams deliver work that is well aligned with clients’ objectives—and creative.
Brad joined West Monroe Partners after earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering with a minor in Business Administration and Finance from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.