Hiq Lee

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    • Member Type(s): Expert
    • Title:President, Business Information Services
    • Organization:Experian
    • Area of Expertise:Business Finance

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My Expertise

    My Expertise

      Area(s) of expertise: Business Finance
      Summary of expertise:
      Hiq Lee is President of Experian’s Business Information Services business unit, which is committed to helping businesses increase revenue and efficiency by making more informed decisions about their business-to-business customers. The business unit leverages Experian’s best-in-class data assets, software platforms and analytics to add value through each phase of the Customer Life Cycle.

      Prior to joining the Business Information Services group, Lee was Senior Vice President of Experian’s Indirect Revenue Channels and Sales Education across multiple business lines. Under her leadership, the Indirect Revenue Channel has become one of the fastest-growing and strategic segments within Experian.

      Since joining Experian in 2003, Lee has held several progressive senior leadership positions, including Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Fraud and Identity business line and President and General Manager for the Consumer Information Services unit for Experian Canada. She also has served as Vice President of Strategic Alliances.

      Prior to Experian, Lee held several key leadership roles at Dun & Bradstreet within operations, strategic development, strategic sales and ecommerce development. Lee’s experience also includes leading the business development efforts for Ernst & Young’s Center for Strategic Transactions.
      Educational background:
      Lee received a Bachelor of Science in marketing with a minor in communications from Azusa Pacific University.

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