Galvia, the decision intelligence platform, is pleased to announce the creation of its Advisory Board, composed of experts in governance, finance, and economics.
According to Galvia founder and CEO John Clancy, “The board will provide strategic guidance and support the company’s growth into new markets as well as increasing business value to our customers.”
Galvia’s AI platform tracks business performance across multiple data sources, drawing actionable insights and automating routine tasks so teams can focus on what matters most.
Almost every industry today is adopting AI technologies. McKinsey’s newly-released Technology Trends Outlook 2022 named applied AI and industrialising machine learning as two of 14 of the most significant technology trends unfolding today. McKinsey research demonstrates that investments in AI provide long-term value in terms of both revenue and costs saved.
“On a daily basis we are talking to a wide range of industries, from human resources to information technology, about how Galvia can facilitate their digital transformation,” says Clancy, “Our advisory board is essential in creating new opportunities and accelerating our reach and impact.”
Members of Galvia’s Advisory Board are:
Jarlath is a leading figure in the Irish IT landscape having worked with some of the country’s most successful companies, including Iona Technologies, FINEOS and most recently, Version 1.
Jarlath’s specialty is People and Culture where he applies deep understanding and strategic thinking to make this a competitive advantage for the business. He has operated at Board level for many years covering a broad range of responsibilities including People and Culture, IT, Business Systems and Marketing.
His passion and experience is scaling fast growth, high potential, IT businesses and he joins the Galvia Advisory Board to help with that agenda.
Jennifer has extensive experience as an Independent Non Executive Director in addition to being a Senior Leader and Change Agent. Jennifer is recognised for business model advisory, strategy formulation, governance and change programme implementation services. She brings to the board more than 20 years experience in strategic transformation, design and execution of governance processes, business modelling, executing projects and change management plans. Jennifer previously worked at PwC and Allied Irish Bank.
A US Citizen, Robert is the former Director of Entrepreneurial Programs at the University of Chicago, where he lectured in the business school and linked talent and resources with the goal of economic and social impact. Robert has supported startups in a variety of capacities, from business plan development, fundraising to investing. A resident of Galway, he is currently the Entrepreneur in Residence at the Galway City Innovation District
Galvia was founded in 2017 under the name of Chatspace but rebranded in 2022 following a €2 million funding round led by Focus Capital Partners and supported by Enterprise Ireland. Customers to date include Nestlé, Atos and the University of Galway, Ireland and partners include Cognizant, Microsoft and UiPath.
Galvia is an AI powered decision intelligence platform that empowers organisations big and small to make better decisions from their data. We integrate data from various sources to generate meaningful insights in a way that is safe, secure and scalable. Our deep insights and visualisations transform how business decisions are made giving teams the freedom to focus on what matters most – generating revenue, creating meaningful engagements and sustainable growth. Galvia is based in Galway, Ireland with a team of 10. We believe that the future of work is an engaged and connected workforce empowered by the capabilities that technology provides. Clients include Nestlé, Atos and the University of Galway, Ireland.
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