Software and Services Veteran to Lead Company’s Day-to-Day Operations;
Co-Founder Ken Charhut to Assume Executive Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer Roles
LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. – June 15, 2017 – Compellon™, developer of breakthrough prescriptive analytics software that delivers immediately-actionable intelligence, today announced the appointment of Carv Moore as chief executive officer. Moore succeeds co-founder and former CEO Ken Charhut, who will serve as executive chairman of the Board of Directors and chief strategy officer of the company.
Moore joins Compellon after many years serving as president and chief operating officer or as a senior executive at leading software and technology services companies, from start-ups to Fortune 500 enterprises. He has a long and diverse track record of leading and consulting with technology companies, building growth and managing turnaround situations that have led to successful exits, mergers and acquisitions.
Previously, Moore served as senior vice president of worldwide sales, operations, channels and systems engineering for BMC Software Enterprise Systems, where he was part of the leadership team that led the company’s successful reorganization from public to private ownership. Prior to that, he was senior vice president of global software for Sun Microsystems (acquired by Oracle), where he led the software business across 164 countries. As president and CEO of SeeBeyond, he restored revenue and profitability, and successfully positioned the company for acquisition by Sun Microsystems. Moore also served as president of the Americas for Novell, president of the Americas for Cambridge Technology Partners (acquired by Novell), and as president and COO of Excell Data Corporation (acquired by Cambridge Technology Partners.
Moore currently serves as board member and strategic advisor to several other software and services companies where he has assisted founders from an early stage, and in some cases, all the way through exit, including Orbitera (acquired by Google), Think Big Analytics (acquired by Teradata), Mobiquity and River Meadow Software.
“There are few technology executives with the pedigree that Carv has. He has a tremendous track record of success building and growing innovative software companies to successful exits,” said Charhut. “Carv is a proven leader who has the skills necessary to scale the company and its unique collaborative artificial intelligence technology, solutions and services to give our customers what they want.”
“I am thrilled to be joining Compellon as CEO after the past year serving as a board member and learning about the attributes of its technology,” said Moore. “This is a pivotal time in the analytics marketplace and the Compellon offerings will elevate our customers’ ability stay competitive and nimble as the demands on their business grow greater.”
Compellon has pioneered a unique collaborative artificial intelligence platform based on a proprietary approach to deep machine learning and knowledge discovery. The Compellon20|20 platform revolutionizes the speed and ease with which organizations can predict outcomes, uncover the reasons behind outcomes, and automatically identify the optimal actions required to achieve specific objectives. Customers include market-leading technology companies, consumer brands, financial, insurance and manufacturing companies.
A technology-based services company located in California, Compellon delivers the most actionable intelligence available, enlightening users about not only what will happen, but also why and what to do. Providing solutions for the enterprise engagement and capital markets, the patent-pending Compellon20|20 software platform empowers teams to accelerate decision-making and time to best next actions.
The platform uses a breakthrough approach to artificial intelligence that enables organizations to harness predictive insights in data to get clear and simple answers in seconds or minutes, regardless of analytical skill. Automatically-generated models power actionable prescriptive outputs that explain exactly where to focus and precisely what to do in order to reach the desired outcome. These insights guide strategic actions, such as the best scenario to pursue or segment to address, as well as ongoing tactical and personalized actions, such as what individuals to target and with what offer. For more information, visit www.compellon.com.
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