West Monroe Partners, a full-service North American business and technology consultancy, today announced that Graham Comley has joined the firm as a director in its Advanced Analytics practice, based in the firm’s Seattle office. He has more than 15 years of experience in delivering global business intelligence and analytics solutions and strategies.
As director, Comley will continue building out the growing Advanced Analytics team on the West Coast. Areas of focus for Comley include new and emerging technologies such as data visualization tools and mobile reporting and analytics. He will also be dedicated to establishing and growing partnerships in this evolving space.
“I’m very excited that Graham has chosen to join West Monroe Partners. The addition of Graham will continue the momentum in building out a rapidly growing practice area for the firm,” said Brian Paulen, director and lead of West Monroe’s Seattle office. “His background combines business acumen and deep technical product background and makes him an ideal fit for this role.”
“West Monroe’s track record of building a firm with a strong blend of business and technology expertise is a true differentiator in the consulting space, and is what attracted me to the firm,” said Comely. “I’m very excited to join a growing team of talented individuals and building out the firm’s established analytics practice on the West Coast.”
Prior to joining West Monroe Partners, Graham was the senior vice president of consulting/operations for Extended Results (acquired by TIBCO in 2013), where he led strategy and direction for the Business Intelligence consulting practice and directed teams of resources serving core customers. For the past year he was the director of global strategic services for TIBCO where he provided vision and leadership for using customer-centric analysis to harvest the bottom line and create opportunities for the firm’s software and services organizations.
Comley earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Materials Science Engineering from the University of Washington.