Bob Levy, CEO

Bob Levy invented the company's solution for rapidly making sense of data. Mr. Levy brings executive, product, marketing and R&D experience with firms including MathWorks, Hancock Software, Harte Hanks, Rational Software and IBM. Bob also served as founding president of the Boston Product Management Association in 2001, a 6,000+ person non-profit.

John Horcher, Co-Founder

John Horcher brings extensive financial markets experience in trading, investment banking & analyst roles.  Mr. Horcher has also held senior level roles with firms including SunGard, Business Intelligence Advisors, TIM Group, EDS & Intergraph.  John also served as Managing Director of Halpern Capital, where he drove the investor base for research sales & investment banking opportunities including raising over $300 million in equity/debt.

Board of Advisors

Alistair Croll, Sr. Advisory Board Member

Alistair Croll works with early-stage companies on startup acceleration, and with global firms on business model innovation. He has launched and sold a range of technology startups, including web performance pioneer Coradiant (sold to BMC in 2011). A guest lecturer on data science and critical thinking at Harvard Business School, Alistair is the author of four books on technology and business including the best-selling Lean Analytics, and has launched and chaired some of the world’s leading technology conferences including O'Reilly's Strata + Hadoop World.

Serge Lucio, Sr. Advisory Board Member

Serge Lucio’s distinguished career has included executive, product management, business development and technical roles in Europe and the USA with companies including IBM, PTC and CA.  He brings extensive M&A experience, including driving IBM’s successful purchase of Telelogic AB and many others.  Mr. Lucio has led Products & Strategy for IBM’s Bluemix cloud platform and Rational Software’s product line.  He is presently VP of Strategy at CA Technologies.

Dr. Erik Demaine, Sr. Technology Advisor

Dr. Erik Demaine is Professor of Computer Science at MIT.  He received the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship at age 22, as a “computational geometer tackling and solving difficult problems related to folding and bending—moving readily between the theoretical and the playful, with a keen eye to revealing the former in the latter.”  His honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship, Nerode Prize, Presburger Award, Katayanagi Emerging Leadership Prize, Spira Award for Distinguished Teaching, Popular Science “Brilliant 10” and Boston Magazine’s “40 Bostonians to Watch.”