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Deron Hurst Joins ElectrifAi as Federal Division SVP

Jeff Brody
Deron Hurst

Deron Hurst, a business development and management professional in the federal market, has joined ElectrifAi as senior vice president of federal government division. 

ElectrifAi CEO Edward Scott said Thursday the appointment of Hurst demonstrates the company’s commitment to providing machine learning platforms to federal agencies.

Hurst brings to the role over two decades of leadership experience at tech companies, including Xerox Federal Solutions and NTT Data.

He said he looks forward to supporting federal agencies through digital transformation and providing them with machine learning and AI products in his new role.

Jersey City, N.J.-based ElectrifAi, which was founded in 2004, develops and offers artificial intelligence and machine learning platforms to customers across government, financial services, telecommunications, retail and financial services markets.

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