Princeton-based Gramener on Thursday announced it hired Matt Ferry as its new chief revenue officer.
This addition is part of Gramener’s strategic focus to serve the North American market with insightful data science solutions using Gramex, a low-code platform. Gramener has been a preferred technology partner for 120-plus enterprises globally. The company largely serves the pharma & life sciences, supply chain & logistics, manufacturing and environmental-social-governance sectors.
With his more than 25 years of leadership experience in the tech sector, Ferry will be specializing in helping software companies grow in operations, strategy, marketing and revenue. Earlier, he was a part of one company’s initial public offering and multiple other acquisitions.
An expert in internet-related technologies such as the Industrial Internet of Things, field service, computerized maintenance management systems and artificial intelligence, Ferry has built several highly motivated and results-oriented teams across world-class organizations.
In his most recent stint, he led global sales as vice president at Kyndi, an AI startup specializing in cognitive search and natural language understanding. Prior to that, Ferry was the chief strategy officer at eMaint, a mid-sized CMMS company. At eMaint, he was responsible for the company growing by more than 100%, driving a nine-figure exit and selling the startup to a Fortune 500 company.
“I’m incredibly excited about the opportunity to join Gramener,” Ferry said. “Gramener’s low-code approach is poised to democratize artificial intelligence for everyone. It’s refreshing to see products that can quickly solve real-world business problems across multiple verticals without the tremendous upfront investment that’s been typically required. Business users can now focus on solutions that solve their problems without the need for the deep technical prowess that has historically complicated adoption.”