Final data on Jeff Cotrupe’s 2012 performance at Stratecast show that Cotrupe’s direct personal revenue contribution to the company was in excess of $400,000. That compares favorably with industry benchmarks associated with, for example, successful software companies, which post $200,000-250,000 in revenue per employee. Since joining Stratecast, Cotrupe’s 2010-12 personal and team revenues have exceeded plan, and preliminary results indicate this positive revenue momentum is continuing in 2013.
Cotrupe has helped organizations generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, M&A, and investment capital in:
Consumer markets including automotive, electronics, and travel/hospitality
Public sector including U.S. federal government, Department of Defense (DoD), state and local governments, and education
Jeff Cotrupe, who launched a new research program for Stratecast in 4Q2011, is on the road in 2012 to propel the growth of the new program. Analytics, Customer Experience & Marketing (ACEM), pronounced “ace-em,” is, in Cotrupe’s words, focused on “the intelligent application of analytics in business and life,” and he is speaking on analytics and business intelligence (BI) topics in a series of high-profile venues. In March he was quoted in Destination CRM on Pegasystems’ addition of social media monitoring to its existing customer relationship management (CRM) platform. On 1 May his white paper Democratizing BI: Enterprise-quality Analytics for Midsized Companies began appearing at the NEWS link of his Stratecast client CloudTrigger. On 14 May Cotrupe speaks on “BI & Data Warehouse Market Trends and CSP Initiatives” at the InTouch 2012 business forum (Twitter: #intouch12) in Miami, FL, USA, hosted by his Stratecast client and global communications software leader Amdocs. On 22 May Cotrupe speaks on a panel, “Opportunities and Challenges of Multiscreen Video Delivery,” at Management World 2012 (Twitter: #mwd12) in Dublin, Ireland.Continue reading