We aim to be a resource, not a source of competition, to Sawtooth Software users. In addition to just doing the work you need, we can also train you to perform the same or similar procedures without our help in future projects.
Sawtooth Analytics has the expertise to help you with your conjoint projects, of course, but also with a wide variety of non-conjoint projects, from data mining to segmentation and from customer satisfaction to concept testing.
Sawtooth Analytics can partner with you at whatever level of engagement you're looking for, from running an entire project for you, to providing hourly support as needed on a project you want to run yourself.
Keith has over 30 years of marketing science experience in a variety of client, supplier and consulting roles. Most recently Keith was Senior Vice President/Chief Research Officer for Maritz Research where he led the marketing sciences division, developed new design and analysis products and conducted tests of new developments affecting the research industry like mobile data collection, neuroscience and behavioral economics.
Aaron is a familiar voice to many Sawtooth Software users. Over the years, he has fielded countless conjoint analysis projects on virtually every conceivable topic.
Since joining the company in 2001, he has headed up Sawtooth Software’s client services, sales, and training operations; including seminars, teaching conjoint analysis courses to private companies, at public events, and at universities around the world.
Kenneth has been with Sawtooth Software since 2014. Prior to joining the Sawtooth Analytics team, he was involved in the Client Services team. He has been a presenter at the Sawtooth Software conference, ART Forum, and Sawtooth Software's Turbo Choice conference.
Kenneth majored in Statistics at Brigham Young University where he earned both his bachelors and master's degrees.
Brian McEwan, Consultant
Bryan Orme, Senior Consultant
Cameron Halverson, Consultant
Christina Miller, Consultant
Derrick Hyde, Consultant
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