Former Cloudera CEO Tom Reilly Joins OmniSci Advisory Board

Jeff Brody

Tom Reilly, who served as CEO of Cloudera between 2013 and 2019, has been appointed to the board of advisers at analytics company OmniSci.

The three-decade industry veteran helped drive the financial performance and growth of multiple software firms, OmniSci said Tuesday.

“He shares our vision for a new generation of data platforms that converge human and machine intelligence, and believes that OmniSci can and will be the leader in this space,” said Todd Mostak, OmniSci co-founder and CEO. He also has close connections in many of our key markets, including the telco and federal segments.”

Reilly previously served as CEO of ArcSight and Trigo Technologies, and also held executive roles at HP,  IBM, BroadQuest and Lotus.

He is a board member at Anomali and the board chairman at Ombud.

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