Rubikloud, a machine intelligence platform for retailers, this week announced a partnership with LiveRamp, a provider of data connectivity and onboarding services.
Through the partnership, Rubikloud will leverage LiveRamp Customer Link to connect data from multiple first and third party sources within Rubikloud’s predictive insights platform.
“Marketers are turning to predictive analytics to bring a new level of insight to their marketing strategies,” said Travis May, President and GM of LiveRamp. “With access to more sources of data linked at the consumer level, Rubikloud clients can now benefit from a people-based approach to predictive analytics.”
“Together, LiveRamp and Rubikloud can give clients access to a much richer set of data at the consumer level. Brands and retailers are always looking for a more complete data picture, to accurately serve their customers. Our partnership brings clients one step closer to this vision, ” said Rubikloud Founder and CEO Kerry Liu.
Rubikloud also noted it has appointed Roger Singh to the role of chief technology officer. As co-founder and previous CTO of Scalar Decisions, and previous head of engineering for Sun Microsystems of Canada, Singh brings experience managing growth of large engineering teams and delivering product innovation.
“Rubikloud is ready for a massive inflection point and we are very excited to have Roger join as our new CTO. He has been part of the company as a key advisor since day one,” states Liu. “He knows our team, he knows the space, and he has a proven track record of scaling companies to hundreds of engineers. The internal decision reflects rapid growth anticipation for Rubikloud, and we couldn’t be more excited that Roger is joining our team!”
“I am thrilled to transition to working with Rubikloud on a daily basis. I have been a technical advisor and on the Board of Directors since day one. Stepping inside will allow me to focus on Rubikloud on a full time basis as we are on the cusp of some exciting growth. I look forward to growing the team and delivering on our vision,” said Singh.
Singh succeeds Frank Thomas, who served as chief technology officer since Rubikloud’s founding in 2013 and will transition into leading the architecture team.