Stonehill Ranked as Top Business Intelligence Consultant by Great Agencies

Tampa, FL, October 23, 2017 —- Stonehill announced today that they were recently ranked second for Big Data Analytics and Business Intelligence in a research study performed by Great Agencies. The study reviewed over 500 Business Intelligence consulting firms across the United States. Research analyst from Great Agencies noted in the review that “Stonehill is one of the most innovative data automation consultancies out there” and “Stonehill has proven that they can view problems optimistically and creatively turn them around to drive more revenue from previously untapped sources.”

Great Agencies is an independent rating authority that ranks the best technology consultants across a variety of specializations. They have been collecting data and producing ranking reports for over 15 years with a mission of making the consulting firm selection process easier. Their analysts produce rankings based on multiple data points including media coverage, firm reputation, fee structure, transparency, staffing, and expertise.

“Our team is very excited about this recognition of our work,” said Doug Pace, President and CEO of Stonehill. “We are very proud of the work we have done and the growth that our firm has experienced in a short period of time.”

About Stonehill
Stonehill is an innovation & data automation consultancy. We implement creative solutions that improve customer experience, automate processes, and leverage business intelligence. Our teams consist of an innovative blend of creative, strategy, technology, and transformation experts, giving us the ability to unite the functional silos of business in the common objective of creating differentiated customer experiences.

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