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Rapid Insight New Hire Launches Healthcare Predictive Analytics Division
Date:2/27/2013

Conway, NH (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Rapid Insight Inc., the market leader in easy-to-use business intelligence and predictive analytics software, today announced the hiring of Peter Begley as the Senior Vice President of Business Development. Mr. Begley will oversee the development and acquisition of new business, partnerships and strategic relationships of the new healthcare division.

The hiring of Mr. Begley, represents a strategic move designed to accelerate the company’s expansion into the healthcare market. “With his proven track record and his experience in the predictive analytics space, Peter will be an integral part of our continued growth,” offered Mike Laracy, President and CEO of Rapid Insight.

Peter Begley added, “Rapid Insight has always impressed me with their predictive modeling system providing the quickest ROI of any solution I’ve seen in this space. I’m looking forward to being part of the company’s growth.”

Rapid Insight is committed to providing software technologies that enable organizations to quickly turn raw data into actionable information. Currently the company has had tremendous success in assisting the Higher Education market utilize predictive analytics to increase enrollment and improve retention. Hundreds of colleges and universities have consistently reaped the benefits of greater analytic power without any dependence on complex coding or programming.

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Rapid Insight Inc. is a leading provider of business intelligence and automated predictive analytics software. With a focus on ease of use and efficiency, Rapid Insight products enable users to turn their raw data into actionable information. The company's analytic software simplifies the extraction and analysis of data, enabling c
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