Hogan High Spartan Goes Global

This is a special blog post to my Hogan High classmates.

Just wanted to take a few minutes to share with you a few things that I have been up to as of late, that you may find interesting.

As some of you may know, about 3 years ago I left a long and successful career with Wells Fargo to set up my own company, DMAI, in the Philippines.

If you are interested in following my adventures, you can follow my blog at http://www.dmaiph.wordpress.com


DMAI stands for decision-making, analytics and intelligence and is really all about offering training, consulting and customer support services to small and medium sized businesses both here in the U.S. and in the Philippines.

Over the past year, I have primarily focused on helping businesses here in the U.S. set up virtual and office based teams in the Philippines. Now, I know some of you may have an aversion to the concept of outsourcing, so let me assure you that my business doesn’t work with companies that are looking to cut jobs here and ship them overseas. I only work with companies who need to diversify their operations by adding overseas resources.

So why am I bringing this up now? Well, my company has been extremely successful as of late, so successful that I have an opportunity to share my expertise with companies looking at an overseas option.

If you know of anyone who might be interested in talking with me about the services DMAI offers, I’m happy to offer a referral fee of up to $1,000, depending on the value of the new relationship.

And in case any of you have and/or know college students looking for an internship opportunity, I do have an intern program as well. I teach college students to do some basic entry level data analysis and train them how to use free analytics applications. This can be a great resume builder and all of my interns have gone on to do some pretty cool stuff after graduating from schools like UC Berkeley and San Diego State.

Thanks for your time and I hope you enjoy the fast approaching Holiday Season.


Dan Meyer
Class of 1987


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