Richard Holada knows a little something about big data and analytics.

At the end of January, he joined Truven Health Analytics as chief data and technology officer, where he’s been charged with aligning the information services company’s core healthcare analytic and data capabilities – which, according to Truven, includes the world’s largest database of private sector health insurance claims. Holada was most recently with IBM, where he was in charge of Big Blue’s predictive analytics and business intelligence products and VP of IBM’s Watson Legal offering. Prior to that, Holada was the CTO at analytics software firm SPSS, which IBM acquired in 2009.

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