Data is great. But Data needs interpretation.
ETRiQ's team brings cross-functional skill sets, decades of experience and a deep understanding of technology.




Patrick Lewis

Patrick brings twenty years of experience in credit, private and public equities. He has developed a holistic perspective to investing in emerging, disruptive technologies.  He built his career on deep proprietary research, developing unique information sources and getting close to the IT buyer. Patrick joined ETR after seven years investing in public technology equities at Invesco. Prior to Invesco he spent twelve years at firms DG Capital, Carlson Capital and ECT investing in both public and private technology and energy equities. Patrick began his career in commercial banking in New Orleans.


Thomas DelVecchio

Thomas is the Founder and Director of Enterprise Technology Research (ETR) –the next‐gen technology market research firm that powers ETR&D and ETRiQ. Thomas has spent the last decade in the enterprise technology space between both research and investment. Over the last five years, Thomas organically built a highly-engaged enterprise CIO community and survey respondent sample in excess of 2,500 globally. ETR’s revolutionary research methodology is Thomas’ brainchild and he’s attributed with coining the term “Net spending intentions”. ETR has helped to redefine the goal and use of survey work in the institutional investment community. Prior to ETR&D and ETRiQ, Thomas acted as an Advisor to TheInfoPro (TIP) regarding institutional research methodology, publication, sales and marketing. Thomas believes that the future of technology will be shaped by the enterprise and this fuels his motivation to support CIOs and other high-level enterprise IT end users. This belief also justifies his reliance on CIOs direct input over all other sources. Thomas values primary research over all others and is ever-contrarian.


Sagar Kadakia

Sagar is the Head of Statistical Data Analysis at Enterprise Technology Research (ETR) where he leads the design and development of all analytical models and solutions. Utilizing ETR’s proprietary CIO spending intentions data, Sagar spearheaded the development of a linear regression model to identify the relationship between survey responses and a vendor’s performance. This endeavor produced results that quantitatively justifies the efficacy of ETR’s research methodology. Sagar’s experience spans across major financial, economic, and business development organizations. Prior to ETR, Sagar was a Senior Analyst at Compass Lexecon, where he conducted economic and financial analysis on matters including financial litigation, securities fraud, trading strategies, and class action damages. Sagar has a deep understanding of data analysis and is extremely skilled at statistical programming in SAS. Sagar holds a BBA degree with a dual major in Finance and International Business as well as a minor in Economics from The George Washington University.


Brad LaScolea

Brad has spent over 2 years as an EVP at Enterprise Technology Research (ETR) focusing primarily on data analysis and interpretation. Given his prior technology research experience on the sell-side and buy-side, he works within our data ecosystem and through wall street expectations, to find compelling technology, sector, and vendor specific themes. As such, he works hand-in-hand with the largest Mutual Funds, Pension Funds, Long Only Funds, and Hedge Funds in in the world daily. Before joining ETR, Brad spent over 7 years in the financial services industry, most recently as a Vice President in Institutional Equity Sales at ThinkEquity with a technology focus. Prior to his time at ThinkEquity, he worked in Institutional Equity Sales and Equity Research (Specialty Semiconductor sector) at Thomas Weisel Partners. In between these roles, Brad worked at Owenoke Capital Management as an Analyst.