Ben Korallus is a data and analytics professional with a focus on data architecture for business intelligence and reporting solutions. His experience ranges from enterprise information management strategy to implementation, with extensive experience in data modeling and architecture design for both transnational and reporting solutions.

With a background in solution architecture and data management in the airline and transportation industry, Ben has experience with designing solutions involving high amounts of transactional data for real-time reporting and analytics.

Some of Ben's most recent projects include:

  • Implementation of a reporting and analytics platform for a healthcare solutions provider
  • Design and implementation of an enterprise data warehouse for a Fortune 200 retail company utilizing Microsoft SQL Server, SSIS, Tableau and a Hadoop data lake
  • Enterprise information strategy for Central America's largest airline



BBA Information Systems, Computer Science Minor; Loyola University Chicago

Ben graduated Summa Cum Laude, was the Dean's Key graduate (awarded to the top graduating student), and in 2015 he was recognized with the Quinlan School of Business emerging leader award.


Expediting Analytical Databases with Analytical Approach, 2016, Correspondent Author: Nenad Jukic PhD


Talk to Ben about the data availability boom and data science. Currently, he is working on certifications in statistical analysis and predictive decision making using the R language.

When he isn't nerding about data, Ben can be found chasing winter storms for the best snowboarding or hanging out at a local comedy club.