Business Analytics Solutions Center

Business Analytics student at computer

The Business Analytics Solutions Center creates customized corporate interactions combining faculty research expertise, student engagement, and consulting opportunities in a world-class facility. The Center provides a platform for student-faculty collaboration across disciplines in analytics, generating meaningful insight and improved outcomes for companies by extracting analyses using quantitative abilities and technical expertise.

Through engagement with the Center, companies benefit from working with faculty and students on targeted research and development projects, opportunities for strategic executive education, the ability to shape curricula, and access to a pool of knowledgeable and capable students for internships and employment.

To learn how your company can get involved, contact Diana Jones, Assistant Director, dej36@drexel.edu.

Analytics 50

The Analytics 50 is a collaboration between Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business and CIO.com to honor 50 organizations using analytics to solve business challenges.

Analytics 50

Projects and Consulting

Business analytics consulting offers opportunities for both students and companies to learn and develop.

Business Analytics Speaker Series

A forum where speakers share their valuable industry insights; experience designing and managing analytics projects; and expertise on state-of-the-art quantitative methods and software.

Research Areas

An overview of the the areas of research focus within LeBow Business Analytics.

Corporate Affiliates

Corporate affiliation with LeBow’s Business Analytics program enhances interaction between industry and academia.

Upcoming Events

Feb
23

Douglas Strang, Partner - Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Advisory Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers will be speaking.

Gerri C. LeBow Hall
220 (Grand Meeting Room)
3220 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Feb
23

Beta Alpha Psi First Annual Philly Metro Event

Gerri C. LeBow Hall
Grand Meeting Room and Terrace
220
3220 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Feb
24

Professor Halaburda’s research uses game theory to study how technology influences network effects and interactions in the marketplace and how these changes affect business models. Much of her work focuses on competition between platforms, e.g. Apple’s iPhone vs. Android or eHarmony vs. Match. Most recently, her research applies platform competition concepts to analyze the development of digital currencies.

Gerri C. LeBow Hall
409
3220 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Feb
24

Bowling, Food, & Fun!

Pep Bowl
TBD
1200 S Broad St
Philadelphia, 19146