Indeni Missing Data: Need Title

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Indeni Missing Titles: Rows 2-73

The missing titles in rows 2 to 73 of the attached spreadsheet have been filled out. Some of the titles have been outlined below.

SUMMARY

  • Aaron Hachenberg is a Senior IT Systems Administrator at Certain Affinity.
  • Adaeze Udechuckwu is a Senior Cybersecurity Platform Ops Analyst at Health Care Service Corporation.
  • Schrute Farms is a fictional company from The Office. Based on email finders, Adam Lapins is a Systems Engineer at Palo Alto Networks.
  • Adrián Agudelo Sánchez is an IT Security Specialist at Protección S.A. in Colombia.
  • Alexandru Bidu is a Cyber Systems Engineer at PwC.
  • Takeda recently acquired the Shire. Alex Martynenko is an Associate Director of Security Architecture at the Shire.
  • TDS Hosted & Managed Services changed its name to OneNeck IT Solutions a few years ago. Andres Torrado is a Security Architect at OneNeck IT Solutions.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

In order to get the job titles for the specified individuals, we mainly relied on LinkedIn. For the individuals that did not show up on LinkedIn, we proceeded to examine each company's website for a list of their main employees. This was a fruitful strategy for some names. As an effort to locate the few individuals that did not show up on LinkedIn or company websites, we thoroughly reviewed each company's annual reports. While this helped in locating the job titles of two more professionals, there were still a few that we could not locate.
Next, we used variations of the names provided to see if we could find these individuals. For example, in locating Alex Wright, we tried Alexander and Alexandra Wright. Still, we were unable to find about nine names at the respective companies. We also reviewed each company's press releases for any recent name changes or mergers that led to a slight change in the company names. For example, we found that TDS recently changed its name to OneNeck IT Solutions. Using OneNeck IT Solutions, we were able to find Andres Torrado's job title. Other research strategies we attempted include entering the emails provided in databases like Zoom Info for any name that matches said email. Despite the above mentioned strategies, we were still unable to find up to nine names on the list.


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Indeni Missing Titles: Rows 74-146

The missing titles in rows 74 to 146 of the attached spreadsheet have been filled out. Some of the titles that could and could not be found have been outlined below.

SUMMARY

  • Ashutosh Deuskar is the Owner and Director of VDA Infosolutions.
  • Atsushi (Austin) Asada is the Director of IT Planning at Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.
  • Behzad Behtash is the Director of Information Technology Services at Willdan Group.
  • Ben Walhovd is a Technical Solutions Engineer at Arrow.
  • Blake Getzendanner is the Vice President and Senior Systems Engineer at C-III Capital Partners (C3CP).
  • ContextLogic Inc operates as Wish. Brett Makuck is the Director of IT Infrastructure at Wish.

WHAT COULD NOT BE FOUND

  • There is no Arimboor John Paulson at HCL Technologies. There is only a Jacob Paulson, the Senior Team Lead for Training at HCL Technologies.
  • There is no one named Arthur Andersons at Discover.
  • No individual with the name Ashley Lawrence could be found at Palo Alto Networks.
  • No individual with the name Aurora Loera could be found at Grupo Westcon.
  • There is no Bob/Robert Vaughn at BKD. There is only a Crystal Vaughn at the company.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

In order to get the job titles for the specified individuals, we mainly relied on LinkedIn. For the individuals that did not show up on LinkedIn, we proceeded to examine each company's website for a list of their main employees. This was a fruitful strategy for some names. As an effort to locate the few individuals that did not show up on LinkedIn or company websites, we thoroughly reviewed each company's annual reports. While this helped in locating the job titles of two more professionals, there were still a few that we could not locate.

Next, we used variations of the names provided to see if we could find these individuals. For example, in locating Bob Vaughn, we tried Robert Vaughn. Still, we were unable to find about 14 names at the respective companies. We also reviewed each company's press releases for any recent name changes or mergers that led to a slight change in company name. For example, we found that ContextLogic Inc operates as Wish. Using Wish, we were able to find Brett Makuck's job title. Other research strategies we attempted include entering the emails provided in databases like Zoom Info for any name that matches said email. Despite the above mentioned strategies, we were still unable to find up to 14 names on the list.

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Indeni Missing Titles: Rows 147-219

Chris Hansen's title is Network Engineer. All the available job titles are included in the attached spreadsheet.

FINDINGS

YOUR RESEARCH TEAM APPLIED THE FOLLOWING STRATEGY:

There were 11 individuals who we couldn't find job titles for: Chelsea Shah, Chris Schatz, Cliff Wing, Cliff Jenning, Damon Levos, Daniel Wood, Daniel Venegas, Daniel Clements, Dario Opezo, Darren Mock, and Darril Alfaro. We looked for that information using three strategies. First, we looked them up on Linkedin, but we didn't find any results that matched based on the details provided for them in the spreadsheet. Second, we used just their last name along with their company name in case they go by a different first name. However, that didn't yield any matching results. As a third strategy, we conducted general searches for articles to see if any were published that listed their names and position titles because we had success with that strategy with some other people listed in the spreadsheet. However, we didn't find any relevant articles. For those individuals that we were able to find job titles for, we found that information through Linkedin and articles that referenced those people and their job titles.
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Indeni Missing Titles: Rows 220-292

Dave Spence from KHIPU Networks is an Account Director, Dave Mayo from St Lawrence College is an Associate Director, IT Systems Security & Networks, and David Mintz from Dimension Data is a Director of Technical Services. Job titles have been added to column D, rows 220 to 292 of the attached spreadsheet.

Job Titles

  • Dave Spence from KHIPU Networks is an Account Director.
  • Dave Mayo from St. Lawrence College is an Associate Director of IT Systems Security & Networks.
  • David Mintz from Dimension Data is a Director of Technical Services.
  • David Myers from St. Lawrence College is a Chief Information Security Officer and Director of IT Systems.
  • David Penza from Wellington is a Senior Desktop Engineer.
  • David Avila from Insight is a Services Manager.
  • David Lukavsky from BKD is a Network Security Engineer.
  • David Drake from GreenSky is a Senior Security Engineer.
  • David Dang from First Service Credit Union is a Chief Information Officer.
  • David Gutierrez from Socorro Independent School District is a Network Administrator - Broadcast/Media.

Research Strategy:

We were unable to locate titles for David Day, Dinko Hristov, Dmitri Chernyshev, Don Jordan Jose, Donovan Haacke, Dre Pena, Drew Miller, Elena Martinez, Eli Reamer, Emilio Barredo Villareal, Enrique Manuel Gonzales Garduno, Ernesto Martinez, and Felipe Tobilla. To search for the information, we used the strategies below.

We first started our research by looking for the LinkedIn profile of each individual, with the hope that they had registered a LinkedIn account. Next, we looked for each company's website, as sometimes companies list their employees on their website, but none of these companies provided a list of employees, other than the executives. After that, we scanned ZoomInfo and other databases where we hoped to find information about the titles for the individuals, but this did not provide any results.

Finally, we searched the email addresses provided since we may find it listed on news sources or press releases along with the title of the individual, but this approach didn't provide any results either. Therefore, we entered N/A in the cells for these individuals.


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Complete column D (title) for rows 293-365

The requested titles for the individuals in rows 293 to 365 have been added to the attached spreadsheet. The individuals all hold jobs that are related to Information Technology.

TITLES

RESEARCH STRATEGY

We were unable to locate the titles for; Francisco Villacana, Frank Amato, Fu-Min Huang, Gabriel Casasola, Garrett Machuca, Gary Seratzki Jr, George Murphy, Grant Hanson, Greg Devos, Hitesh Bhatia, Howard Harris, Inhyeok Jang, Jack Radford, Jacob Ramirez, Jacob Beebe, Jake Resendez, James Malone, or James Adams. We began our research by searching LinkedIn for each individual, with the hope that they had registered a LinkedIn account. When this strategy didn't work we looked for each company's website, as sometimes companies will list their employees on their website, none of the companies provided a list of employees, other than executive management. Finally, we searched the email addresses provided, we hoped this would provide websites that the individuals had registered with, but again this did not provide any results. We therefore entered N/A in the spreadsheet for these individuals.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 366-438

The requested titles for the individuals in rows 366 to 438 have been added to the attached spreadsheet. The individuals all hold jobs that are related to Information Technology.

TITLES

RESEARCH STRATEGY

We were unable to locate the titles for; Jay Larson, Jeff Long, Jeff Efaw, Jeff Banks, Jeffrey Reinblatt, JJ Test, Joey Price, Johana Toro, or John De Leon. We began our research by searching LinkedIn for each individual, with the hope that they had registered a LinkedIn account. When this strategy didn't work we looked for each company's website, as sometimes companies will list their employees on their website, none of the companies provided a list of employees, other than executive management. Finally, we searched the email addresses provided, we hoped this would provide websites that the individuals had registered with, but again this did not provide any results. We therefore entered N/A in the spreadsheet for these individuals.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 439-511

The requested titles for the individuals in rows 439 to 511 have been added to the attached spreadsheet. The individuals all hold jobs that are related to Information Technology.

Titles

Research Strategy

We were unable to locate the titles for; Josemiguel Garciatalavera, Joseph Ramdath from CVC Capital Partners, Justin Kelly, Kaz Mazgaj, or Kenneth Tover. We began our research by searching LinkedIn for each individual, with the hope that they had registered a LinkedIn account. When this strategy didn't work we looked for each company's website, as sometimes companies will list their employees on their website, none of the companies provided a list of employees, other than executive management. Finally, we searched the email addresses provided, we hoped this would provide websites that the individuals had registered with, but again this did not provide any results. We therefore entered N/A in the spreadsheet for these individuals.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 512-584

The missing titles from rows 512-584 have been added to the attached spreadsheet, as available. Some titles could not be found. Some of the titles that could and could not be found have been outlined below.

Indeni Missing Titles: Rows 512–584


Research Strategy:

We were unable to locate titles for Kenny Yuen, Kent Lewis, Kevin Tchen, Kevin Hoy, Kirk Holland, Kohki Shibata, Kokei Hayashi, Kristi Aydelotte, Manny Gil, Marc Marquette, Marcus Krueger, Mario Valdez, Mark Sherrill, Mark Parker, Marlin Tuttle, and Martin Roedvand.

We first started our search by looking for each individual's LinkedIn profile. Next, we looked for each company's website, because companies will sometimes list their employees on their website. However, none of these companies provided a list of employees, other than their executive-level employees. After that, we scanned financial and employment databases where we hoped to find information about the titles for the individuals. However, this strategy was unsuccessful because the requested employees could not be found in any database.

Finally, we used the email addresses provided to search for the individuals because we hoped that we may find it listed on news sources, company directories, or press releases that would include the individual's title, but this approach did not provide any results either. Based on the lack of available information, we entered N/A in the spreadsheet for these individuals.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 585-657

Mary Monroe is the IT Systems Engineer at ZOLL Data, and Matthew Jewell is a Managing Partner at Indeni. This spreadsheet contains further job titles for the respective individuals listed.

MARY MONROE

MATTHEW JEWELL

Matthew Goodrich

Maurice Brown

Michael Hughes

Michael Decossas

MIGUEL GARCIA

COMPANY — Nova

Mike Mozeliak

  • COMPANY — Brinker Capital

Mike Cody

  • COMPANY — Delta Air Lines

RESEARCH STRATEGY

Your research team obtained the job titles of the requested individuals by searching through their LinkedIn profiles. However, the team could not locate some of them on LinkedIn, and the team had to use other resources such as ZoomInfo, which also provides the business information of individuals, as well as company documents to get the info.

For some individuals listed, such as Masahiro Ishikawa, Michelle Black, Michael Melone, Michael Buffa, and eight others, your research team was unable to match them with their designated companies. The team first searched for them on LinkedIn but did not find any ties to their named companies, after which the team searched for the LinkedIn profiles of the companies and tried to locate the individuals through the "people" section. In some successful attempts, the team previously used this strategy to obtain the job titles of individuals that did not yield data from a straightforward search process, and the team sought to make use of the same to acquire the missing data. However, the information could not be found.

Next, your research team looked through other sources like ZoomInfo and JoesData for the info, as they also provide the business information of individuals. The team had thus hoped to find the information here, but it was unavailable. Lastly, since the team had successfully located job title information from company documents and articles for other individuals, the team carried out a similar search in anticipation of the same for these individuals, but the information was also unavailable.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 658-730

Missing job titles have been provided in rows 658-730, column D of the attached spreadsheet.

Highlights

Research strategy:

In order to identify the missing job titles, your research team applied a number of strategies. For example, the team leveraged LinkedIn profiles for people with the same name as those listed in the attached spreadsheet. Having found these profiles, we counter checked their employer name to ensure the profile owner was the one that matched with the provided data. Using this strategy we were able to locate most job titles.

However, we were not successful in identifying all the profiles. Our second strategy was to review company websites. We used this method since some companies publish the names and designations of their employees. Specifically, we examined the contact us section, team section and news release section. Unfortunately, this strategy did not provide us with the sort data.

Finally, we expanded our search to include other social media websites (that is, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube), online resumes, and personal websites for individuals listed in the attached spreadsheet. We opted to use this strategy as we believe individuals provide details on their job titles in such platforms. This strategy provided the research team with job titles of some people but not all. At this juncture, we concluded that there are people who do not disclose information pertaining to their job titles in the public space. This could be attributed to privacy issues. Consequently, we indicated 'n/a' in the titles (column D) of the attached spreadsheet for such individuals.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 731-803

The requested titles for the individuals in rows 731–803 have been added to the attached spreadsheet, as available. Below are a few examples of the identified titles.

TITLES:

RESEARCH STRATEGY

We were unable to locate titles for: Richard Riccomini, Rick Pisani, Rob Walsh, Robert Schryer, Robert Gray, Robert Löfgren, Robert Lee, Robert Arnold, Roberto Escalante, Roma Kunicher, Ron Jokinen, Ross Syrett, Ryan McDaniel, Ryan Miller, Ryan Hightshoe, Ryuta Ashimi, Samuel Kidane, Satoru Watanabe, Scott Jarvis, Sergio Orrego Gonzalez, Shawn McNutt, Shirley Kono, Silvette Rivera Cortes, and Simeon Wright.

We started our research by looking through LinkedIn for each person listed in rows 731–803 of the attached spreadsheet, with the hope that they had a LinkedIn account. Next, we looked for each company's website, as sometimes companies will list their employees on their website, but none of these companies provided a list of employees, other than executives. After that, we scanned ZoomInfo and other databases where we hoped to find information about the titles for the individuals, but this didn't provide any results.

Finally, we searched the email addresses provided, because we hoped that we might find it listed on news sources or press releases along with the title of the person, but this approach didn't provide any results either. We, therefore, entered N/A in the spreadsheet for these individuals.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 804-876

Srinivas Naidu's title is Sr. Network Security Engineer. All the available job titles are included in the attached spreadsheet.

FINDINGS

YOUR RESEARCH TEAM APPLIED THE FOLLOWING STRATEGY:

There were only three individuals who we couldn't find job titles for: Tamil Muthu, Ted Antonucci, and Terry Wallace. We looked for that information using three strategies. First, we looked them up on Linkedin, but we didn't find any results that matched their past employment, as noted in the spreadsheet. Second, we used just their last names along with their company names and searched for any listings provided through Linkedin or Facebook, in case they go by a different first name. However, that strategy didn't yield any matching results. As a third strategy, we conducted general searches for articles to see if any were published that listed their names and position titles because we had success with that strategy with some other people listed in the spreadsheet. However, we didn't find any relevant articles about these three individuals. For those individuals that we were able to find job titles for, we found that information through either Linkedin, Facebook, company/employee profile sites such as Crunchbase, or articles/company publications. Together, this research strategy provided us with all the available job titles.
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Complete column D (title) for rows 877-938

As available, we have provided the missing titles of individuals identified on rows 877-938 of the attached spreadsheet using credible databases such as LinkedIn and ZoomInfo. Out the 62 individuals listed, we were able to provide the titles for 48 of them, while the titles for the other 14 individuals are not available.

OVERVIEW OF FINDINGS


Research Strategy:

Our research began by searching for the official pages of each individual on the database LinkedIn. While we were able to locate the majority of the individuals listed, we did not find all of them. We then explored the leadership pages of the companies each individual is connected to. This research strategy provided us with just one of the missing titles. Finally, we searched through third-party websites, particularly ZoomInfo, where we found a couple of the listed individuals. During our research, we were not able to locate all of the missing titles. Therefore, we have entered N/A (not available) for the 14 individuals we could not provide titles for due to the unavailability of their profile pages.
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