Revenue Analytics, a tech-enabled consulting firm, announced today the addition of product and software development expert Ramzi Khuri, who will serve as vice president of data engineering for the company.
Khuri, who joined Revenue Analytics on August 7, has more than 25 years of experience building and managing teams, as well as developing software solutions and products. His expertise spans numerous business areas including recovery audit, supplier information management, spend analytics, fulfillment services, customer relationship management, commercial fuel card processing, healthcare, finance, energy and manufacturing.
As vice president of data engineering, Khuri is responsible for leading the firm’s architects and software engineers in designing and building Revenue Management solutions for Revenue Analytics’ clients. With his software and product development expertise, he will provide guidance and direction for improving engineering processes, setting standards for solution development and establishing best practices for technology direction and systems development life cycles.
“As we continue to grow, diversify and strengthen our portfolio, Ramzi’s product and software knowledge across multiple business areas will be valuable to our clients,” said Rod Collier, partner of consulting operations at Revenue Analytics. “His management expertise and track record of consistently delivering creative processes that strengthen the bottom line makes him an ideal leader for Revenue Analytics.”
Prior to joining Revenue Analytics, Khuri was vice president of product development for PRGX, where he was responsible for the development and implementation of their SaaS-based product suite. Previously, Khuri led engineering teams at Radial, Fleetcor, McKesson, and Exxon.
“I’m thrilled to join Revenue Analytics during this exciting period of growth,” Khuri said. “I look forward to working with this enterprising team to bolster the company’s data engineering capabilities, providing our clients with our best-in-class components and robust cloud platform.”
Khuri received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Beirut. He also holds both a Master of Science and PhD from the University of Florida.