Partner & Director
Lucas Quarta is a specialist in data and analytics. He joined Boston Consulting Group in 2018, and is a core member of the Technology Advantage practice.
In his work at the firm, Lucas has set up the data governance for companies in a wide variety of industries of varying sizes—from local to global international leaders—and in various geographies.
He has also worked with many clients to shape the chief data officer agenda in terms of data vision and strategy, advanced analytics and AI, data governance, and IT architecture, leveraging both regulatory and strategic business transformation objectives. Lucas designed the industrialized advanced analytics and data science delivery chain for a global banking group.
He began his career as a researcher in mathematics, and then spent ten years at a leading global financial institution where he led the full data program for retail markets in Europe, and served as Chief Data & Analytics Officer for a digital retail business line in Europe and India.
To unlock the full value of existing operations, oil and gas companies must improve collaboration among their business and IT teams and leverage the mountains of data that they have at their disposal.
To swiftly achieve the goals of a transformation, the business and IT sides must jointly match the business strategy to the company’s data assets and architecture.
Data is increasingly valuable, yet some organizations lack the capabilities to capitalize on it. A key first step is setting realistic ambitions to improve data maturity.
Companies that combine site reliability engineering with AI and machine learning can overcome the increased complexity and instability caused by outmoded, inefficient IT systems.
With powerful algorithms becoming table stakes, finding and gathering the right data to feed those engines will be the key to a company’s success.
With artificial intelligence, companies can more proactively—and more efficiently—manage IT incidents, saving time, reducing costs, and sparing users a lot of frustration.
To accelerate a digital and IT transformation and build value faster, focus on business outcomes and decouple the digital transformation from core system replacement.
The better your data quality, the better you can solve problems, seize opportunities, and generate value. Here’s how to get that good data fast.
As companies accelerate efforts to become data-driven organizations, some are hitting bumps in the road, forcing them to slow down.