News: TheMathCompany hires Sean Dwyer as Chief Growth Officer

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TheMathCompany hires Sean Dwyer as Chief Growth Officer

Sean Dwyer will be responsible for accelerating TheMathCompany’s expansion across its key markets
TheMathCompany hires Sean Dwyer as Chief Growth Officer

US-based global data analytics and engineering firm – TheMathCompany – has announced the appointment of Sean Dwyer as Chief Growth Officer to help consolidate the company’s leadership in its key markets in North America and Europe.

In his new role, Sean will be responsible for accelerating company’s expansion across its key markets. A seasoned business executive, Sean brings with him a diverse cross-functional expertise across CxO and LOB buying centers that has proven instrumental in his groups’ success delivering value-based impact for organisations such as Gartner, CA Technologies and VMware.

Before TheMathCompany, Sean worked with Gartner where he served most recently as Vice President - Global Business Sales, Marketing BU Americas, having led progressively complex businesses across Gartner’s core IT, HR, and marketing segments. 

Aditya Kumbakonam, Co-founder and Chief Customer and Business Officer of TheMathCompany said, “We look forward to Sean’s expertise in helping organisations grow and his passion for creating impactful contributions for customers.”

TheMathCompany is known for its flagship platform Co.dx that helps businesses across multiple industries to solve problems through low code, custom artificial intelligence applications.

TheMathCompany serves customers across sectors like consumer-packaged goods, retail, pharma, automotive, technology, and manufacturing industries in the US, UK, and EU. Earlier this year TheMathCompany had raised USD 50 million in a funding round led by Brighton Park Capital.

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