Jeff Chien Joins uReveal as Executive Vice President for Business Development

Posted on Feb 24, 2014

uReveal is pleased to announce that Jeff Chien, an innovation leader in Big Data technology, has joined the company as Executive Vice President for Business Development. Chien is responsible for managing Product Marketing, Sales Development, Professional Services, Strategic Alliances, and Partner Ecosystem teams for uReveal.

In his new position, Chien will leverage his two decades of experience with Big Data at such tech leaders as NetApp, Dell, Intel and 3COM to help drive uReveal’s unique messaging to the Big Data community. Throughout his career, Chien has effectively demonstrated for clients and partners how complex businesses can leverage unique technologies to dramatically improve efficiency and results. At NetApp, for example, Chien succeeded in establishing a pipeline that accounted for 90% of the company’s global object archive business.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Jeff Chien join our management team,” said uReveal Chairman Charles Clarkson. “We will benefit from Jeff’s proven skill in driving growth and profitability, as well as his strong expertise when it comes to Big Data.”

“I am excited to take part in a true revolution in Big Data mainstream adoption,” said Jeff Chien. “uReveal’s unique value is its source pure, proven, and comprehensive suite of innovations that accelerate main stream access to Big Data results.”

About uReveal

uReveal’s platform is a patented, revolutionary approach to harmonizing and analyzing data from disparate sources regardless of type, structure, location, or even quality. It empowers end users by allowing even non-technical individuals to find, define, collaborate upon, and analyze anything they need in ways once assumed unrealistic. By bypassing costly traditional database processes and technical support, uReveal saves substantial time, energy, and costs.

Clients include leading multinational corporations, financial institutions, law-enforcement agencies, homeland security agencies, universities, health organizations, and other major federal agencies with data-intensive mandates. For more information about uReveal, visit