Meet Alteryx


The Leader in Self-Service Data Analytics

It started with the vision of three founders - Dean Stoecker, Olivia Duane Adams and Ned Harding - to build software products that help organizations get deeper insights about their business. They founded Alteryx in 2010, and through their leadership and passion, the company quickly became the leader in self-service data analytics. Today the company continues its mission to empower analysts and line-of-business users to get deeper insights in hours, not the weeks typical of traditional approaches.

Dean Stoecker

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Dean Stoecker is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and a founding partner of Alteryx. Dean's leadership and motivational skills, along with his ability to create, communicate and realize a vision, are a driving force behind Alteryx’s focus on empowering analysts. He is an accomplished and respected industry professional with a strong knowledge of industry dynamics, technology trends, and application requirements related to market analysis and spatial technologies.

Prior to co-founding Alteryx, Dean led business development efforts for Integration Technologies, a systems integrator, where he helped develop technology that automated the selection of cellular tower locations for several of the company's telecommunications customers, including AT&T Wireless Services. He also helped to develop the first geocoding engine tied to Experian's real estate mainframe system, and built a sophisticated flood certificate engine for a leading insurer. Dean also served as Vice President of Sales at Strategic Mapping, and held various sales and strategic roles at Donnelly Marketing Information Services.

Dean is a frequent presenter at industry events, such as the Direct Marketing Association conference and various ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers) regional events. He was also a contributing author for a book on geographic information systems, “Profiting from a Geographic Information System”, which was collected by Gilbert H. Castle and published by John Wiley and Sons.

Dean earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado, plus a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University.

George Mathew

President and Chief Operating Officer

George Mathew is President and Chief Operating Officer of Alteryx, where he oversees marketing, products, and strategy for the company. His broad experience in product management and market strategy is helping to further accelerate exponential growth at Alteryx, while the business enjoys the highest customer success rate in the industry. His insights into the rapidly changing customer requirements within the analytics software market are also helping Alteryx and its growing community of users to achieve unprecedented improvements in operational efficiencies and returns on investment.

Prior to joining Alteryx in 2011, George was the Group Vice President and General Manager for Business Intelligence (BI) at SAP BusinessObjects, the fastest growing business in SAP's diverse portfolio. During his leadership tenure at SAP, George led the BusinessObjects Explorer team, introducing pervasive, in-memory analytics to the market. Prior to this achievement and through SAP's acquisition of Business Objects, he managed SAP's portfolio strategy in the Office of the CEO.

Prior to SAP, George was an early member of where he focused on technical account management, M&A, and field services. Early in his career, he was a founding member of Fort Point Partners, a management consultancy that delivered large-scale e-commerce systems to leading consumer retail & financial services institutions. This intellectual capital eventually became the A/B testing & optimization product for Omniture (an Adobe company).

George holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Neurobiology from Cornell University, plus a Master of Business Administration from Duke University, where he was a Fuqua Scholar.

Kevin Rubin

Chief Financial Officer

Kevin Rubin is Chief Financial Officer of Alteryx, responsible for all financial management activities including finance and analysis, accounting, tax, treasury, and business applications. Kevin brings 20 years of experience in the industry leading both public and private technology companies through rapid growth and expansion.

Prior to joining Alteryx, Kevin was Chief Financial Officer of MSC Software, a private-equity backed software company. Kevin was responsible for managing MSC through significant transition including aligning the financial and business operations to support MSC’s growth through systems, processes, and human capital. Kevin also led strategic activities including debt and recapitalizations transactions, and mergers and acquisitions.

Before MSC, Kevin served as Chief Financial Officer for Pictage, a venture-backed Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider, DataDirect Networks, a data storage equipment provider, and MRV Communications, a publicly traded telecommunications equipment provider. Kevin started his career at Arthur Andersen as a member of its Technology Practice working with a broad range of small, privately-held companies to large, publicly traded organizations.

Kevin is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) in California and holds a bachelor's degree in business economics, with an emphasis in accounting from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Ned Harding

Chief Technology Officer

Ned Harding is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, and a founding partner of Alteryx. In this role, he is responsible for developing technologies that improve the speed and capacity of Alteryx products for self-service data analytics.

Ned has developed proprietary compression algorithms that are estimated to have reduced the number of data CDs required for the 2000 U.S. Census audit from approximately 900 discs to 70. He has also led the development teams of core technologies for desktop and web-based count and fulfillment engines for large, record-level databases, including Experian's 650-million record National Vehicle database.

Prior to co-founding Alteryx, Ned was a senior software engineer at Qualitative Marketing Software, Inc. (QMSoft), a developer and manufacturer of database and turnkey direct marketing solutions, where he was the lead developer of several industry-leading products, including GeoStan and InfoStan. QMS was acquired by Group 1 Software, which was later acquired by Sagent Technology, then Pitney Bowes in 1999.

Ned attended Simon's Rock of Bard College in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, a landmark in the early college movement, and the nation's only college of liberal arts and sciences specifically designed for students of high school age.

Olivia Duane Adams

Chief Customer Officer

Olivia Duane Adams is the Chief Customer Officer and a founding partner of Alteryx. In this role, Libby is responsible for overseeing and maximizing the complete Alteryx customer experience, from engagement to on-boarding, communications, performance, and retention. She has interacted with nearly every Alteryx customer, giving her a holistic perspective of the overall experience from implementation to adoption success.

Prior to co-founding Alteryx, Libby was a leading sales representative for the media, advertising, communications, and automotive industries at Strategic Mapping, a provider of spatial analytics and desktop-based geographic business intelligence solutions. Libby also served as an account manager at Donnelley Marketing Information Services, where she was responsible for sales growth and vertical-specific product development in the advertising, media, and communications industries.

Prior to Donnelley, Libby was a client service associate within the IMS division of VNU, which was the second-largest information resources holding company in the U.S. media and publishing industries. At VNU, she was responsible for supporting the company's user base with the key media information resources needed for the effective planning of marketing and media strategies.

Libby earned a bachelor's degree from Castleton State College in Vermont, and is an active member of the college's alumni association.

Paul Evans

Chief Revenue Officer

Paul Evans is Chief Revenue Officer at Alteryx, where he is responsible for global sales and services. Paul brings over 25 years sales and leadership experience to Alteryx.

Prior to joining Alteryx, Paul was Chief Operating Officer at Generation5, a geographic consumer intelligence provider, where he formulated and executed a three-year strategic plan that drove new focus, processes, and goals for the organization and helped to increase revenue by 47 percent.

Earlier, Paul was General Manager of Pitney Bowes Business Insights’ Canadian operations, and was Director of Sales for the company's Information Business Unit. During his time at PBBI, he oversaw the acquisition of CompuSearch and helped establish a new data division, which increased the company's revenue by more than 50 percent. Paul was also Vice President of Sales & Marketing at BLR Data, a leader of digital street and boundary information, where he helped the company attain a 30 percent market share.

Paul earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Rochester and a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University.

Rick Schultz

Senior Vice President, Marketing

Rick Schultz is Senior Vice President of Marketing at Alteryx, where he is responsible for all inbound and outbound marketing programs and events.

Prior to joining Alteryx in 2012, Rick spent more than 10 years at Oracle building new brands and businesses such as Oracle Fusion Middleware, and more recently, Oracle's line of Engineered Systems, such as Oracle Exadata and Oracle Exalytics. He was the Vice President of Product Marketing for Oracle's Technology Software business, a growing business with over $6.5 billion in annual license revenue spanning Database, Analytics, Big Data and Applications. While at Oracle, he ran a 60-person technology product marketing team and also led their cloud computing initiative.

Prior to Oracle, Rick led Java Platform and Application Server marketing at Sun Microsystems.

Rick holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of California at Berkeley, where he graduated from the Walter A. Haas School of Business.

Seann Gardiner

Senior Vice President, Business Development

Seann Gardiner is Senior Vice President of Business Development at Alteryx where he has worldwide responsibility for systems integrator, technology, and OEM partners. He also drives expansion in emerging markets including Asia Pacific and Latin America.

Prior to joining Alteryx in 2013, Seann served as Senior Director of Business Development at KACE, where he led the company’s channel efforts and most strategic partnerships, including Dell and Apple. KACE was subsequently acquired by Dell in 2010, when he relocated to Europe and spent three years leading all aspects of the company integration and driving rapid expansion of KACE across EMEA. Before joining KACE, Seann held numerous business development, alliance, and sales roles at IT security leaders Sophos and ActiveState.

Seann holds an M.B.A from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Commerce from Royal Roads University

Jay Bourland

Senior Vice President, Engineering

Jay brings 20 years of high technology experience to Alteryx, much of this time in senior positions at Pitney Bowes. Prior to Alteryx, he led the Customer Engagement Solutions line of business and served as the Group Technology Officer for Pitney Bowes Software. While serving as the Vice President and General Manager of the Customer Data Quality and Data Integration business, he was responsible for re-establishing Pitney Bowes in this market and turned a business in 10% decline to a 40% growth rate. He has also served in various product management and professional services roles.

Prior to the private sector, he worked for several years in higher education at University of Washington, Stanford University, and Colorado State University. Jay has an M.S. and Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Southern Methodist University. His B.S. in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science is from University of Tennessee at Martin.

Chad Bennett

Vice President, Human Resources

Chad Bennett is the Vice President of Human Resources where he is focused on building global strategy necessary to fuel the fast paced expansion at Alteryx. Chad’s responsibilities include organizational and leadership development, compensation and benefits, talent acquisition, university relations, and advising leaders across the organization on a variety of people and business issues. His focus is on enabling growth through talent acquisition and employee development, while fostering and building the culture that makes Alteryx, Inc. a great place to work.

With more than 15 years of Human Resources experiences, Chad has worked across a variety of industries and organizations including Fortune 500 organizations, healthcare institutions, and government entities. Prior to joining Alteryx, Chad worked as VP of Human Resources for CoreLogic focused on driving change and transformation across their Technology organization. He also served in a variety of roles throughout his tenure at CoreLogic including Global HR, Learning & Development, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Talent Acquisition.

Chad holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from San Diego State University.

Langley Eide

Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development

Langley Eide is Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development for Alteryx, where she overseas Strategic Planning, Business Operations and Corporate Development. Her extensive experience advising later-stage high-growth software business during a period of rapid transformation is helping Alteryx maintain a healthy balance between growth, scale, execution, capital efficiency and addressable market opportunity. Her data-driven approach to understanding operational challenges leverages the Alteryx platform on a daily basis.

Prior to joining Alteryx in 2015, Langley was Vice President, Finance and Strategy at ServiceNow. Prior to ServiceNow, Langley was an Executive Director in Morgan Stanley’s Equity Capital Markets practice where she drove planning and execution on numerous IPOs, follow-on equity and convertible debt offerings and other strategic initiatives on behalf of the firm’s West Coast Technology clients. Early in her career, she was a buy-side equity research analyst, focused on the software, internet and media sectors.

Langley holds a BA from Williams College, where she graduated Cum Laude with a major in Economics.

Amy Holland

Vice President, Product Operations

Amy Holland is Vice President of Product Operations for Alteryx, where she is focused on fulfillment and overall product operations.

Amy joined Alteryx as the company's first inside sales representative, then soon took on the role of product manager, and later Vice President of Product Management. Her motivation and willingness to take on new challenges has made her a key contributor to the success and growth of Alteryx.

Prior to Alteryx, Amy was a reseller manager for MapInfo, where she was a top sales manager for the U.S. Western region, and provided sales strategy and support to resellers servicing the company's Fortune 500 accounts.

Amy holds a bachelor's degree in business management from Fairfield University.

Brian Oblinger

Vice President, Community and Support

Brian Oblinger is Vice President of Community and Support at Alteryx, where he is responsible for overseeing strategy, execution, and measurement of community and customer support to drive engagement, satisfaction, and retention.

Prior to joining Alteryx, Brian spent 10 years at Lithium Technologies helping top companies like Acer, Autodesk, Comcast, eBay, Hewlett-Packard, and Sony PlayStation create unique and engaging social community experiences for their brand advocates, partners, and employees.

Brian holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from Arizona State University, where he graduated from the W.P. Carey School of Business.

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