INPUT’s revenues grew more than 36 percent to $30 million within two years of Dowd accepting the CEO position at the company in 2008.
Earnings before certain expenses grew from negative $1 million to $4.5 million over that period and Deltek bough INPUT for $60 milion in 2010.
Before joining INPUT, Dowd was President of USIS’ $200 million commercial services division, overseeing revenue growth of 31 percent and earnings growth of 91 percent.
Dowd previously spent 16 years with General Electric, moving from its global exchange services group to become executive vice president and officer of calling card services and executive vice president and officer of sales and marketing.
“I am honored to be joining Current Analysis as president and CEO, ” said Dowd. “Current Analysis has long been a leader and an innovator in the competitive intelligence space. I’m very proud to have the opportunity to help build on that tradition, as Current Analysis continues to reach globally.”