Who says Big Data has to be difficult?

Who says Big Data has to be Difficult?

At uReveal we have a first rate team with excellent talent and leadership. We’d like you to meet the team behind big innovation for big data. Data may seem impersonal at times, but we’re not. We invite you to scroll through and get to know who is leading the way to help make your company or organization valuable, insightful, and safe.

About uReveal

About uReveal

uReveal is at the leading edge of transformative analytics to help organizations harness the full power of Big Data. The company’s patented technologies enable users to harmonize vast amounts of data without costly and time-consuming extraction, transformation, or duplication. The user is empowered to work directly with data in its natural format—not only structured data but also unstructured “textual” information from such sources as documents, reports, emails, and web postings.

Whether management, IT professionals, or end users, everyone within an organization benefits from uReveal’s software capabilities. uReveal serves a variety of industries as well: Financial Services and Insurance, Education and Research, Healthcare, and Intelligence and Law Enforcement, to name a few. By providing better, faster, simpler analytics, uReveal produces results that can revolutionize any organization’s business model.

uReveal, formerly known as Intelligenxia, was founded in 2000 by Ren and Usha Mohan, leading innovators in the field of business intelligence (BI). Both had pioneered software solutions in their prior positions at major companies such as Bank of America, Johnson Controls, and Deloitte & Touche. uReveal has been awarded eight patents since 2006, including those for Unbiased Learning, which discovers meaningful concepts without a query, and for Online Analytic Processing (OLAP), which mixes, matches, and builds concepts, thus enabling the sharing of expertise. The company is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, with offices also in Reston, Virginia, outside Washington, D.C.

The Management

The Management

uReveal is led by a talented and experienced team, blending extensive knowledge of data analytics with records of entrepreneurial achievement and strong business management.

Charles Clarkson, Chairman & CEO

Charles is responsible for the overall vision and direction of uReveal. He also leads The Clarkson Group (TCG), a firm he founded in 1976. Clarkson is a successful entrepreneur with outstanding business acumen and has started many profitable businesses. He is a Director and past Chairman of North Florida’s technology accelerator, Enterprise North Florida Corporation, and an investor in several high-tech companies. Clarkson graduated from Princeton University and George Washington University Law School.

Ren Mohan, CO-Chairman & CTO

Ren is the founder and inventor of uReveal and uReka. He has extensive experience in the arena of business intelligence from various positions with Fortune 500 companies, including Bank of America, Johnson Controls, and Deloitte & Touche. He has a track record of creating innovative software solutions. Mohan was ranked 2nd on the entrance examination for the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore, India, where he received a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering. He holds an MBA from Jacksonville University.

Strategic Advisors

The Strategic Advisors

LAUREN BLAU

Lauren is a very highly regarded data scientist in the intelligence community. With over 20 years experience in the data analytics arena, her specialities are Massive Data Analytics, Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Based Systems.

SENATOR WILLIAM BROCK

William is a former Senator of Tennessee and was appointed by President Reagan to the United States Trade Representative and then as Secretary of Labor during Reagan’s second term.

GENERAL JAMES CARTWRIGHT (USMC RET.)

James formerly served as Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and currently serves as the holder of the Harold Brown Chair in Defense Policy Studies for the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

RHETT DAWSON

Rhett is Managing Director of the Dawson Group, a Washington, D.C. based firm that advises leaders navigating complex organizational, governmental, and business challenges.

SUSAN EISENHOWER

Susan is President of the Eisenhower Group, Inc, which provides strategic counsel on political, business, security and public affairs projects.

BOB FLORES

Bob is President of Applicology Incorporated and a former Chief Technology Officer of the CIA.

Michael J Glosserman

Michael served as Chair of the Executive Committee and managing partner of the JBG Companies until December 31, 2016. The JBG Companies is a privately owned real estate investment and management firm based in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in the United States.

EUGENE K. LAWSON

Eugene K. Lawson was co-founder of the US-Russia Business Council (USRBC). During his 15 years as CEO, USRBC became a central participant in the US-Russian relationship. Previously ,Gene was confirmed by the US Senate as Vice Chair of the Export-Import Bank. He also served as US Ambassador to the International Labor Organization in Geneva.

PETER MAGOWAN

Peter formerly served as President & Managing General Partner of the San Francisco Giants and Chairman & CEO of Safeway Stores.

PROF. JAMES MORRIS

James is the Former Dean of Carnegie Mellon University, Computer Science. Dr. Morris developed important underlying principles of programming languages—inter-module protection and lazy evaluation.

WALTER “SKIP” SHARP

Gen. Sharp is a retired United States Army four-star general, who last served as the Commander, United Nations Command, Commander, ROK-US Combined Forces Command and Commander, U.S. Forces Korea from June 3, 2008 to July 14, 2011. He previously served as the Director of the Joint Staff from 2005 to June 2008. Retired from the Army in July 2011.

AMBASSADOR NANCY SODERBERG

Nancy is an American foreign policy strategist who held several senior level positions in the Clinton administration. She was the third-highest-ranking official at the United States National Security Council from 1993–1997 and served as an Ambassador to the United Nations from 1997-2001.

GOV. TOMMY THOMPSON

Tommy served as Governor of Wisconsin and Secretary of the Department of Health & Human Services.

ALAN WADE

Alan formerly served as Chief Information Officer for the CIA.

ROBERT WALLACE

Robert Wallace is the former director of the CIA ‘s Office of Technical Service and career intelligence officer.He is the recipient of the CIA ‘s Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal and the Intelligence Medal of Merit. Wallace is co-author “SPYCRAFT: The Secret History of the CIA’s Spytechs from Communism to al-Qaeda” and other intelligence books. He founded the Artemus Consulting Group in 2004.

Mike WOOD

Mike is currently an IT consultant. He was the founding Executive Director of the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board of the Federal Government

The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors

uReveal is led by a talented and experienced team, blending extensive knowledge of data analytics with records of entrepreneurial achievement and strong business management.

Charles Clarkson, Chairman & CEO

Charles is responsible for the overall vision and direction of uReveal. He also leads The Clarkson Group (TCG), a firm he founded in 1976. Clarkson is a successful entrepreneur with outstanding business acumen and has started many profitable businesses. He is a Director and past Chairman of North Florida’s technology accelerator, Enterprise North Florida Corporation, and an investor in several high-tech companies. Clarkson graduated from Princeton University and George Washington University Law School.

Ren Mohan, CO-Chairman & CTO

Ren is the founder and inventor of uReveal and uReka. He has extensive experience in the arena of business intelligence from various positions with Fortune 500 companies, including Bank of America, Johnson Controls, and Deloitte & Touche. He has a track record of creating innovative software solutions. Mohan was ranked 2nd on the entrance examination for the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore, India, where he received a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering. He holds an MBA from Jacksonville University.

LAWRENCE CLARKSON

Lawrence formerly served as Senior VP of Boeing and President of Boeing Enterprises. At Boeing, Clarkson played a key role in introducing a new strategic planning process and represented the company on an international level. The New York Times has described him as “the closest thing [Boeing] has to a corporate secretary of state.” Clarkson also serves as the Chairman of the U.S. Pacific Basin Council and the National Center for Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation, the Vice-Chairman of the National Bureau of Asian Research, a trustee of DePauw University, an overseer of the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College, and is a member of the Florida Bar.

MUKESH SUNDARAM

Mukesh is the founder of Telera, a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) software provider. Telera was funded by two venture capital firms—Sequoia and Accel Partners. Sundaram led Telera to a successful acquisition by Alcatel in 2002. He has over 20 years of engineering management and R&D experience in networking, network management, and telephony. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT, Madras and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Tennessee. He is also a named inventor on four U.S. Patents.

JOHN KRAMER

John has had a distinguished career in institutional finance and as a successful entrepreneur. He began his engineering career at U.S. Steel through 1966 and then joined The Rouse Company in Columbia, MD. In 1976, he founded Carey Kramer, a successful real estate finance organization. GMAC acquired Carey Kramer in 2001. Retiring from GMAC in 2006, Kramer has been an active investor and advisor for several smaller to mid-sized firms. Kramer is a graduate of Lehigh University with a major in Finance and a minor in Industrial Engineering.