Intelligence expert Paul Delacourt joins CONQ’s Washington, D.C., office as the company continues to lead the transformative analytics sector.
Following a distinguished 25-year career in law enforcement, intelligence and analytics expert Paul Delacourt has joined the team at CONQ. Retired special agent Delacourt’s move to the firm comes as the leading-edge artificial software company continues its expansion. CONQ expertly serves a variety of industries, including financial services and insurance, education and research, healthcare, and intelligence and law enforcement.
It’s upon intelligence and law enforcement, in particular, that Paul Delacourt is set to focus on. “CONQ is at the leading edge of transformative analytics, designed to help organizations across the board harness the full power of big data,” explains Delacourt, speaking from the firm’s office in Washington, D.C. “The company’s patented technologies enable clients to harmonize vast quantities of data,” he goes on, “without costly and time-consuming extraction, transformation, or duplication to worry about.”
CONQ’s customers are then empowered to work directly with their data in its natural format, the company reports. That includes not just traditional, well-structured data but also unstructured so-called textual information from sources including web postings, reports, emails, and other documents, according to the firm’s website.
CONQ is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, with additional offices in Dallas, Texas; Irvine, California; and Washington, D.C. It’s at the latter that Paul Delacourt is based. From here, the retired special agent and his colleagues are on hand to assist clients in fully capitalizing on CONQ’s software capabilities.
“By providing faster, better, and simpler analytics, CONQ produces results capable of revolutionizing any organization’s business model,” suggests Delacourt. The firm’s various patents, he goes on to point out, mean that CONQ is uniquely positioned in its sector at the very forefront of transformative analytics.
At least one patent held by CONQ surrounds what’s known as unbiased learning. Innovations within unbiased learning allow the Jacksonville-headquartered operation and its teams in Dallas, Irvine, and Washington to discover meaningful concepts without a query.
A separate online analytic processing patent, meanwhile, allows CONQ and its experts to mix, match, and build concepts. This process, in turn, enables the sharing of expertise at every level within an organization.
About Paul Delacourt
Former special agent Paul Delacourt retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in May 2021. Here, he served as the assistant director of the FBI’s Strategic Realignment Program Management Office at the domestic intelligence and security service’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Delacourt’s 25-year law enforcement career also saw him serve as the assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles field office and the special agent in charge of the federal law enforcement agency’s Honolulu field office.
Elsewhere, Michigan native Paul Delacourt is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Chicago Graham School, where he leads classes on a number of analysis- and intelligence-focused topics. Born in Detroit, the retired special agent is a graduate of his home city’s Wayne State University Law School and the Ann Arbor-based University of Michigan.
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