AlayaCare Announces New SVP Engineering
New addition to executive team bolsters ability to deliver key client insights and evolve platform
AlayaCare, global home, community and aged care software provider, announced that Jean-Francois (JF) Gailleur, Eng., MBA, has joined the executive team as Senior Vice President, Engineering, and Jonathan Vallée will take on the newly created role of Vice President, Data. The structural changes support AlayaCare’s mission to empower care providers through transformative technology and data insights.
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JF Gailleur brings more than 30 years of software engineering, cloud security and data expertise to AlayaCare having worked with large global technology companies as well as cloud-based technology platforms at varying stages of growth. At AlayaCare, Gailleur will expand the company’s engineering capabilities by providing strategic alignment across the growing engineering teams and improving execution with battle-tested best practices. Gailleur will be instrumental in the continued development of AlayaCare’s platform to meet both current and future industry needs to help our customers achieve better patient outcomes.
Jonathan Vallée’s new role comes with a critical mandate to help customers generate business value through data. Vallée will ensure that AlayaCare and its clients can turn data-backed insights into action through compelling visualization tools, benchmarking, and integration with AlayaLabs where insights and data propel the company’s AI and machine-learning capabilities.
“Both the SVP Engineering and VP Data roles will augment our business intelligence and development expertise to ensure our technology continues to evolve in partnership with our clients’ needs,” said Adrian Schauer, CEO & Founder, AlayaCare. “Deepening our ability to source and use data will drive business decisions and steer our platform architecture to increase development velocity and quality, which will help clients meet their business challenges and opportunities.”
“AlayaCare is growing at a tremendous pace, at a time in the world where home care is vital and the need for technology and innovation to enable better outcomes is crucial,” said Gailleur. “I’m thrilled to join a company rooted with such a strong purpose focused on enabling care that we would want our loved ones to receive in the place they call home – a purpose that I stand behind and am excited to apply my passion and expertise in engineering.”
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