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Fractal Analytics Names Amit Johari Chief People Officer


May 28, 2014 - Calif., San Mateo, United States

Fractal Analytics (www.FractalAnalytics.com), a global provider of advanced analytics, has announced that Amit Johari has joined the company as Chief People Officer. With over 17 years of human resource management experience in the consumer goods, financial services and information technology industries, Mr. Johari will lead the Human Capital team globally and will also develop and manage the company’s HR analytics practice.

 

“We are building a high performance culture with extreme trust and freedom for our people,” said Srikanth Velamakanni, Co-Founder and CEO of Fractal Analytics. “Amit firmly believes in this journey and will lead our mission to nurture and groom exceptional analytics professionals and build a great place to work.”

 

Johari joins Fractal from Ernst & Young, where he was part of the People & Organizational Advisory practice. Johari also spearheaded HR functions at Nomura Holdings, Inc.

 

Johari received his postgraduate diploma in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations from the Xavier Labour Relations Institute School of Management in Jamshedpur, India. He also earned a Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi.

 

“Fractal is a well-respected name in the field of analytics and a pioneer in people management practices,” said Johari. “It is well-poised for growth as an industry thought leader in the space. I’m excited to join this world-class team and help Fractal expand its HR analytics offerings to serve international clients.”

 

About Fractal Analytics

 

Fortune 500 companies recognize analytics is a competitive advantage to understand customers and make better decisions. We deliver insight, innovation and impact to our clients through predictive analytics and visual storytelling.

 

Fractal Analytics’ flagship Customer Genomics™ solution helps marketers learn complex customer behavior at an individual level. Its proprietary pattern recognition and machine-learning algorithms learn from every transaction and customer interaction, including social media, to help marketers build a complete view of individual customers across attitudinal and behavioral dimensions. In June, global private equity firm TA Associates acquired a minority stake in the company for an investment of $25 million, and in May, information technology and research advisor Gartner named Fractal as one of the top five "Cool Vendors in Analytics, 2013.”

 

Learn more at www.fractalanalytics.com.

 

 

 

CONTACTS : Harden Communications Partners Liam Collopy, 510-635-4150 Executive Vice President Lcollopy@hardenpartners.com

Source: Business Wire India

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