Analytics and Information Management leader
Deloitte Place,The Woodlands
20 Woodlands Drive
Hein Badenhorst heads the Analytics and Information Management Service Area within Deloitte Digital. The team, in its entirety, works on various client projects ranging from Data Strategy to Advanced Analytics. Through this, Hein and his team are able to formulate and implement “Data” vision, strategy and strategic architecture roadmaps based on strategic plans, operational imperatives, and business capabilities and regulatory / governance regulations. Furthermore, they are able to identify and manage risks associated with enabling data technology transformation programmes.
Using strong business and technical knowledge, coupled with excellent analytic skills, Hein has successfully delivered end-end-solutions that are both functional and cost effective. Through this, he has been able to meet challenging business requirements for organisations within and across various emerging markets.
With over 20 years of experience and a wealth of knowledge in various industries, including Telecommunications, Energy & Resources and Financial Services, Hein is able to deliver relevant industry specific insight and direction to various clients throughout their Information Management Journey.
His areas of expertise lie in the following areas; information management, big data, operating model development, design and implementation, business and technology architecture, blue print design and implementation, IT strategy development and implementation, infrastructure and solutions architecture, enterprise architecture, IT management applications, infrastructure and operations, IT project management and business analysis and re-engineering.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Hein worked at a number of banking institutions, focusing on enterprise, infrastructure and technical architecture. He has a Master’s degree in Business Management, a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Psychology and a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Psychology from the University of Johannesburg.