Cambridge Intelligence appoints new CEO to propel company forward

Last Updated on: 22nd November 2023, 09:56 am

Cambridge Intelligence, the data visualization experts, have announced their new CEO and a reshaping of their leadership team to support their next phase of growth.

Founder Joe Parry, who stepped down as CEO, said: “It’s a hugely exciting new chapter for the business. As an early-stage founder, I’ve needed to wear many hats – often speaking as chief exec, product manager, development manager and more, in a single meeting. But as the company has evolved, we’ve built a strong management team with a broad range of skills and expertise. In our second decade, we’ve begun harnessing that expertise to move away from a reactive approach to innovation, towards one in which we proactively drive growth.”

Bryan Amesbury, the new CEO, brings extensive scale-up experience as a veteran of the enterprise software industry across the US, EMEA and APAC. He said: “I’m excited to have this opportunity to work with the team to build on our company’s tremendous achievements. Our track record of technology innovation and quality gives us an excellent basis for maximizing market opportunities for the business, as the importance of graph visualization continues to develop.”

Joe remains closely involved in the business, in his new role as chair of the board. Bryan is supported by a new leadership team which includes Chief Revenue Officer Kaush Kotak, Chief Technology Officer Nick Collings, and Chief Financial Officer Chris Howell. These internal long-term hires reflect the organization’s commitment to nurturing talent, and building a deep understanding of their customers’ changing needs.

Founded in 2011, Cambridge Intelligence build data visualization tools to make the world a safer place, working with organizations around the globe. Their products make it quick and easy to build game-changing data visualizations and deploy them anywhere, to anyone.

Cambridge Intelligence have over 300 customers in 34 countries, ranging from national governments and banks to pioneering start-ups and well-known technology vendors.

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