Walter Paczkowski founded Data Analytics Corp., which focuses on applying advanced statistical methodologies to a variety of complex business problems across an array of industries such as banking, beverages, clothing, direct marketing, food, jewelry, packaged goods, pharmaceuticals, publications and various technologies. He is an Adjunct Professor of Economics at Rutgers University and was formerly an Adjunct Professor of Mathematics and Statistics at The College of New Jersey. Paczkowski worked in various quantitative positions at AT&T, including the business research and forecasting divisions. He also worked at AT&T Bell Labs (and later AT&T Labs) in the Consumer Lab Division, where he applied advanced statistical techniques (such as conjoint and discrete choice models) to identify consumer preferences and willingness to pay for telecommunications services. Paczkowski has a PhD in economics from Texas A&M University, with specialties in econometrics and statistics.