Hampshire, UK: Data integration, analytics and revenue management expert, Neural Technologies, has appointed former ORACLE Senior Principle Product Manager of Analytics for its Global Communication Business Unit, Dr Axel Pieuchot as Senior Director of Analytics.
CIO of Neural Technologies, Andrew Tan, commented: “Many in the industry know Axel as ‘Mr Telco Analytics’ at ORACLE – as he has worked with Data Analytics since before that term was in common parlance. He is a visionary within the industry and we believe his skills will further enhance Neural’s platform, products and portfolio. We are delighted to have Axel joining the Neural team and his appointment highlights the increasing importance of, and commitment to, big data analytics within Neural.”
Axel Pieuchot commented: “I have always enjoyed creating solutions and exploring new uses for existing technology. Neural’s Optimus platform is so flexible and responsive that we can make it do almost anything that Neural’s customers want – an ‘analytics platform for all areas’ from IoT to Customer Experience and Network Monetisation. Neural’s platforms and solutions are designed to take data from multiple sources, enrich and transform them according to context, and turn them into powerful, practical insights for everyday use. I am looking forward to working with my new team mates at Neural to develop the technology and help our customers achieve their business objectives through analytics and insights. ”
Axel has 20 years’ experience in the telecommunications industry, filling various roles from Data Warehouse Consulting to Product Manager of the core analytics offering for the Global Communication Business Unit at Oracle. He has a PhD in Particle Physics and is an active contributor to TM Forum workgroups.
Axel’s appointment is part of a pattern of global growth at Neural where the workforce has increased by more than 30% in the past 12 months. In the past few years, the company has expanded its product offerings and services through development and acquisitions, extending its reach into new regions and domains.