Redwood City, California
March 13, 2019
DataWalk, an innovative software company focused on transforming how enterprises and public-sector organizations manage and analyze data, today announced the appointment of industry veteran Mark Massop as Vice President of Sales for North America.
Massop was earlier at i2, a supplier of link analysis software for law enforcement and other markets. After i2 was acquired by IBM, Mark held various roles in consulting and pre-sales, rising to head the technical pre-sales team. After 11 years at IBM, Mark would later join Sintelix as Vice President of the Americas, to bring natural language processing and text extraction to the investigation and law enforcement communities.
“I see great potential for DataWalk,” said Massop. “The industry desperately needs a modern, economical, fully integrated software platform for data management and analysis, and I think DataWalk uniquely meets this need. I look forward to helping the company take advantage of this great market opportunity.”
“Mark is a tremendous addition to our management team,” said Gabe Gotthard, DataWalk CEO. “With extensive experience successfully selling analytics software in our target markets, Mark has the ideal background and expertise to help us expand our customer base in North America.”
Massop has had a distinguished career in public service and the technology sector. He began his career with the Independence (Missouri) Police Department, where he served with distinction for 16 years.
DataWalk is a software analytics platform for revealing patterns, relationships, and anomalies for large-scale, multi-source intelligence operations and investigations. Using patented technologies combining a massively scalable big-data engine with user-friendly visual interfaces, DataWalk enables agencies to rapidly import and blend data from multiple sources into a singular data view, using intuitive visualizations for faster intelligence-led decision-making. DataWalk is headquartered in Redwood City, California, and also has operations in Washington D.C. For more information see http://www.datawalk.com.