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Godspeed Creates New AI-Focused Entity to Support IC Customers, Names Ross O’Rourke as Crimson Phoenix CEO

Technology private equity firm Godspeed Capital Management founded a new entity that will provide differentiated artificial intelligence and data analytics to the U.S. Special Operations Command and the intelligence community in general.

Godspeed on Monday unveiled Crimson Phoenix, an intelligence services platform to be led by Ross O’Rourke as CEO.

The new platform will be based in Washington, D.C., with 400 employees leveraging AI and machine learning to support SOCOM’s critical overseas missions. Its services include cybersecurity, data enablement, software development and intelligence targeting.

“As our esteemed customers within the U.S. Intelligence Community and U.S. Special Operations Command experience a surge in their demand for data-driven intelligence, our role becomes increasingly significant,” O’Rourke commented. “We are witnessing a growing reliance on our Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and digitally enabled solutions to meet their mission-critical needs, placing Crimson Phoenix in an exciting position poised for remarkable growth.”

O’Rourke most recently served as board member and CEO of AgileATS, a provider of applicant tracking system supporting agile recruitment process. His career also includes time with Salient Federal Solutions and the U.S. Marine Corps.

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