Native.AI Announces New Chief Technology Officer To Scale AI And NLP Capabilities
Mike Jackson Joins Fast-Growing Startup to Grow Consumer Intelligence Solutions
Native.AI, a real-time market and consumer intelligence provider, has appointed Mike Jackson as Chief Technology Officer. In his new role, Jackson will drive adoption of Native’s AI-powered solution, which enables Food & Beverage and Consumer Packaged Goods brands to uncover, analyze and act on customer feedback to improve product offerings and increase sales.
“Native is fundamentally disrupting how brands collect, analyze and operationalize consumer insights. The product applications and market need are immense,” said Jackson. “Throughout my career developing businesses and working with Fortune 500 brands, early-stage companies like Native have always been my passion. I’m thrilled to join a team that invests heavily in product development, emerging technology and customer success.”
Jackson brings more than 10 years of experience in cloud computing, big data automation and solutions architecture to the Native team. Since designing his first software application at the age of six, Jackson has deployed solutions for AT&T, Wells Fargo, Reinsurance Group of America and more.
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“Artificial intelligence is reshaping the CPG industry. Deploying software that enables our customers to be at the forefront of that transformation requires a level of expertise that only a lifelong immersion in this technology can bring,” said Frank Pica, co-founder and CEO of Native.AI. “Mike’s impressive background in technology and data solutions will help us scale our solution and ensure every brand has access to the consumer intelligence it needs to differentiate, grow and win”
The appointment of Jackson follows several recent milestones for Native, including the launch of its new consumer intelligence platform, and the closing of a multi-million dollar seed round from executives at Blue Apron, Kellogg’s, USDA, and others.
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