Wm Allen Smith is a respected data professional with over 20 years of experience working with a diverse clientele in global environments ranging from Legal, eCommerce, pharma, and financial services.
His background and advanced proficiency in business/market intelligence has led to successful engagements in Fortune 500 organizations, and AMLAW 100 firms, where his skills in CRM, data governance, and data science have created new capabilities and enhanced extant modalities, allowing his teams to achieve high performance, unprecedented success and the ability to leverage those wins to gain greater competitive advantages in their respective market spaces. This identification and clarification of each organization’s corporate capabilities has allowed those enterprises to provide greater value to their internal and external clients.
In addition to those achievements, Wm also serves as an adjunct professor of Decision and System Sciences at Saint Joseph’s University’s Haub School of Business where he specializes in teaching graduate-level business intelligence and predictive analytics. Recently Wm has been the SME for the Arizona State University where he developed a curriculum for ASU’s adult learning Predictive Analytics with Python certificate program.
Wm holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Hofstra University and a Master of Science degree in Business Intelligence and Analytics from Saint Joseph’s University.