My name is Dario Boriani.  I view myself as a problem solver.  My work spans strategic planning, innovation, and operational excellence. To this effect, I rely on various tools and techniques, including process mining, analytics, modeling and simulation, and machine learning.  Finally, I always spend significant time understanding and making sure I am addressing the right problem.

My work

I work as a consultant.  Previously, I was a fraud and process analyst in insurance.  Before that, I spent six years in healthcare, engaged in process improvement and launching and managing the corporate analytics and enterprise data warehouse initiative.  I also worked for over twenty years at several multinationals and as an independent consultant.  My experience was developed in the US and abroad.  For example, in the mid-1990s, Venezuela’s National Research Council for Science and Technology (CONICIT) appointed me National Coordinator for Emerging IT.  In that role, I managed technology transfer from academia to industry. I also oversaw the funding of R&D initiatives at public universities by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB.)

Education: a process focus

I hold a BSEE and a BSME from MIT, a Master’s from Imperial College, and a Doctorate (DPhil) from the University of Oxford.  My academic research focused on assessing and enhancing the correctness of control system designs from a software perspective.

I believe in lifelong learning. Because of this, I am a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB) from the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and a Senior Member of the same. I also belong to the Project Management Institute (PMI), and I am a certified AS9100 Internal Auditor.


I partner with Dutch company Fluxicon for process mining work.  Data science, machine learning, mobile apps, and robotics and real-time control of devices (IoT) hold my attention. Last but not least, my hobbies include saltwater aquaria, games of strategy, and black-and-white photography.

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