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SOURCE: Montavo, Inc.
Ex-Razorfish/Publicis Executive Pursues Vision of Advertising Analytics Innovation
Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
Montavo, Inc. (Symbol: MTVO), a leading provider of advertising analytics services and technologies, today announced the hiring of Syed Hussain in the role of Chief Technology Architect. Hussain comes to Montavo from RazorFish, part of the Publicis Groupe, where, for eight years, he headed the company’s business intelligence and advanced analytics initiatives.
“We are committed to transforming the fundamental underpinnings of modern advertising analytics, said Brook Lang, chairman and CEO of Montavo. “Syed brings a breadth and depth of domain expertise, leadership and experience that will enable us to accelerate the revolution we are planning to unveil in the fall. To say we are delighted to have someone of his caliber as a key component of our leadership team would be an understatement.”
“My entire career has led me to increasingly complex analytics projects and to applications that many believed could not be delivered”, said Hussain. “The opportunity at Montavo is to take a leadership role in the delivery of a major analytics first, and to deliver a breakthrough that will change advertising forever. I cannot think of a more perfect opportunity in which to apply my talents.”
Montavo, Inc., headquartered in Bellevue, WA, is in the business of disrupting markets through the use of advanced analytics technologies. The company is developing a platform technology that will transform the way national and local retailers and brand manufacturers view their advertising spending. The company maintains a web-site at http://www.montavo.com.
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