Dan Gettens

Dan Gettens
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Dan Gettens heads OnProcess Technology's customer market research, which provides OnProcess clients with deep visibility and actionable insights into the customer experience. He also leads the definition, development and delivery of OnProcess' analytics strategy and the platform underlying the company's managed services offerings, including IoT-based analyses, predictive and prescriptive analytics, in-depth Voice of the Customer analytics and initiatives to apply Lean Six Sigma methodologies in developing these methodologies. Prior to OnProcess, Dan was Vice President of Global Business for Corporate Software and Director of Global Accounts for Digital and Compaq. Dan is Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt Certified, and received a Bachelor's degree from Middlebury College and a Masters degree from Yale University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

How Industry Benchmarks Can Boost Your Asset Recovery

Are you confident your company is achieving the best possible asset recovery results? Do you know whether your return rate could go a few points higher? Or how feasible it would be to slash five, 10 or even 20 percent off your days of inventory? If not, you're not alone. Most businesses don't know what's truly achievable for companies of their kind. As a result, most asset recovery goals are guesstimates. Often, they're not aggressive enough, which means companies are leaving a lot of money on the table and dissatisfied customers in their wake. How industry benchmarks can boost your asset recovery.

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