Foster the optimal experience for your end users & improved results for your business
Data is under-utilized. All businesses suffer from this issue. What sets the most efficient companies apart from the rest is their ability to leverage data to improve strategy development, workforce productivity, sales process optimization, and marketing channel effectiveness.
We transform your raw data into key insights and better decision making opportunities.
From proper database integration, quality assurance, dashboard reporting and decision-making triggers, we can organize your data in a way that is user-friendly, structured, useful and accessible.
We turn data into revenue. We provide key insights and strategic solutions for our clients, resulting in efficiencies, increased revenue and profit.
Mr. Anders is a global technology and business advisor providing strategic leadership and consulting to a variety of teams including Expedia, Dell, Sony and HCA. Ricardo’s background includes such varied fields as business intelligence/big data, econometric modeling, enterprise software development and bio-informatics. He spent time working under Nobel Prize recipient Dr. James Watson at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Ricardo founded Level60 Consulting in 2006 with offices in Geneva, Switzerland and Nashville, TN, and has driven international enterprise-wide engagements with companies such as Expedia, Hotels.com, HCA, Sony, BMI, Dollar General, Warner Brothers, Credit Suisse, Mobil, General Electric, Marriott, Deutsche Bank, HBO and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Ricardo is a frequent guest speaker/panelist at international conferences focused on both technology, business and hospitality and has been quoted in Business Week and Forbes. Ricardo studied Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at Cornell University and resides in Nashville.
Chris K. Anderson Ph.D.
Anderson’s expertise is in the fields of data analytics and dynamic pricing and is a professor at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration. Prior to his appointment in 2006, he was on faculty at the Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario Canada. His main research focus is on revenue management and service pricing. He actively works with industry, across numerous industry types, in the application and development of analytics and pricing solutions, having worked with a variety of hotels, airlines, rental car and tour companies as well as numerous consumer packaged goods and financial services firms. Anderson’s research has been funded by numerous governmental agencies and industrial partners and he serves on the editorial boards of several academic journals. At the School of Hotel Administration, he teaches courses in revenue management, data driven analytics and statistics and serves as the Director for Cornell’s Center for Hospitality Research.
Mr. Ferguson’s focus is strategy and analytics, he brings over 25 years of experience working with global organizations. Brian has held a wide range of positions including, Director of Business Development for Africa Expeditions in Nairobi, Kenya, VP at Smith Travel Research in Nashville, TN, VP of Supply Strategy and Analysis for Expedia in Geneva, Switzerland, VP of Market Management for Expedia in Singapore, and VP of Supply Strategy and Analysis for ELong in Beijing, China. He has a Master of Professional Studies degree from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, and has presented at more than 30 industry conferences.
Ferguson joined the faculty of the School of Hospitality at Johnson & Wales University for the 2015-18 academic year. He teaches Revenue Management, Hotel Asset Management, and Senior Seminar.
Erik is a hospitality industry veteran and brings more than 25 years of experience to the team at Level60 Consulting. In his role here, he will focus on leveraging strategic relationships in the travel and tourism industry. Erik’s background includes a focus on Revenue Management technology initiatives and systems. He has served as an industry expert supporting analytics, distribution, revenue optimization, sales, marketing, product development, and implementation of new revenue management products. Erik brings his experience from hospitality industry leaders such as Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, The Rainmaker Group, Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, and Hilton Worldwide. He was an adjunct professor at Boston University and developed their first Revenue Management classes. A graduate of Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business, Erik serves as an Advisory Board Member to the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research.