Digital Reasoning opens D.C. office

Two new VPs to lead company's growth in the government market

Data analytics firm Digital Reasoning has opened a new office in the Washington, D.C., area and hired a pair of vice presidents to lead it.

The Arlington, Va., office is designed help Digital Reasoning better serve its growing government client base. The company, based in Franklin, has long served government clients, particularly those in the U.S. intelligence community.

Leading the new office are Eric von Eckartsberg and Dave Danielson, vice presidents of sales and marketing, respectively.

“Eric and Dave bring significant strengths to Digital Reasoning," said CEO Tim Estes. "Eric’s extensive government expertise will be vital as we accelerate our work in the U.S. intelligence community and beyond  Dave’s diverse and agile technology, product, and marketing experience will be instrumental as we increase market awareness of our flagship product Synthesys and enable government agencies to tap into the power of Big Data.”

Eckartsberg brings more than 10 years of service with the federal government and 15 years of experience managing sales and operations for high-tech and consulting firms to his new role with Digital Reasoning. Most recently he worked for Perspective Pixel, where he was responsible for growing the company's presence in the U.S. and global government markets. Prior to that he was responsible for sales into the national security community for enterprise research vendor Endeca Technologies.

Danielson, most recently the VP of strategy and managing director for LexisNexis, is responsible for all aspects of Digital Reasoning's marketing strategy and public relations. Prior to LexisNexis he was CEO and VP of marketing for a number of early-stage tech companies.