1010data, a leading provider of time series-driven collaborative analytics, consumer intelligence and alternative data solutions, announced today that Greg Munves is stepping down as Chief Executive Officer to pursue new opportunities. Effectively immediately, Inna Kuznetsova, COO, will serve as the company’s interim CEO. Nomi Bergman, a member of the company’s Board of Directors, will assume the role of Executive Chairman during the transition.
“We are pleased to have Inna leading the company,” said Mrs. Bergman. “Since joining in July 2019 she has successfully developed growth strategies and strengthened our organizational capabilities. Over the past several years, 1010data has made significant investments in its products, talent and technologies and we are confident that Inna’s leadership will benefit the company greatly through its next phase of growth. We thank Greg for his tremendous contributions to the company over the years and wish him well in his future endeavors.”
“I am honored to build on the actions we have already taken to better position 1010data for the future,” said Mrs. Kuznetsova. “This is an exciting time for the company and we are committed to leveraging our strong platforms and employee talent to continue to drive growth and value for our customers. ”
Recently named Best Alternative Data Provider by the HFM European Quant Awards, 1010data transforms Big Data into Smart Insights to activate the high-definition enterprise that can anticipate and respond to change. Our time series-driven collaborative analytics, consumer intelligence and alternative data solutions enable over 900 clients to achieve improved business performance, efficiency and growth quicker, with less risk. The world’s foremost companies, including Sam’s Club, Dollar General, Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola, GSK, 3M, Bank of America and J.P. Morgan, consider 1010data the partner of choice for optimizing company health, mastering consumer touchpoints and digitally transforming operations. 1010data delivers on the promise of Big Data, and we’re just getting started.