Brad Cowdrey is founder and managing partner of Clear Peak, a Denver and San Francisco-based business intelligence firm that helps companies transform data into profits. Brad draws from over two decades of strategic consulting to lead a team that solves complex marketing, finance, operations, and technology challenges. His depth of knowledge and c-suite experience help his clients advance operations and add hundreds of millions to their bottom lines.
Brad serves as an advisor to Global 5000 and Upper Mid-Market organizations across a spectrum of industries that include pay television, telecommunications, high technology manufacturing, financial services, and casino gaming. Under Brad’s direction, Clear Peak helps companies build and implement successful data-driven solutions to enhance customer acquisition and retention, profitability, revenue recovery, marketing effectiveness, predictive analysis, and business process monitoring. Brad has architected and led many profit-generating enterprise data warehouse systems for some of the world’s leading companies that result in significant ROI benefits.
In addition to his management expertise, Brad is a thought leader on money making data-driven strategies, data warehouse architecture, reporting analytics, campaign management, executive portals, and enterprise metadata management in addition to ERP, CRM, OSS, and WFM data integration. His technical expertise includes in-depth knowledge of today’s leading data warehouse appliances, database management systems, reporting analytics, extract transform and load, master data management, data mining, and data integration with enterprise-class systems. He complements his technical knowledge of major software and systems with solid vendor relationships. Consequently, Brad is highly sought after for his negotiation skills. His clients find him to be a valuable negotiator who helps save millions of dollars on multi-year contracts.
Brad’s success, advisory abilities and technical experience have positioned him as an authority on business intelligence practices and implementation. As a result, he writes and speaks regularly on the topics of building, managing, toolset usages and the tactical implementations of business intelligence.
Brad's passion for helping people solve
business challenges through technology began as a teenager. In
his first job, he sold, installed, and serviced “big iron”
computer systems and advised organizations ranging from major
corporations to mid-market companies on system, network, and
security strategies and architectures.
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