SnapLogic says Stone is an experienced builder of advanced technology products and platforms that leverage the full power of AI to solve real business problems, and will be responsible for guiding the continued development and future direction of its Intelligent Integration Platform – with industry-leading AI and machine learning at its core – enabling customers to “further speed the integration and automation process to drive breakthrou business results”.
Before joining SnapLogic, Stone was CTO at Ontrak, where he led innovation in data science, AI, and analytics for clinical, operational, and financial outcomes in the digital healthcare space.
Prior to that, he served as general manager of GE Digital’s asset performance management business and earlier was the CTO, software, for GE’s energy management business unit, and also served as SAP vice president, natural resource industries and sustainability solutions.
“Jeremiah is the ideal addition to the SnapLogic team at this important stage of growth for the company,” said SnapLogic CEO Gaurav Dhillon. “He joins the company at just the right time – the need couldn’t be greater for intelligent, low-code platforms that empower enterprises to automate business processes, get the most out of their data assets, and transform operations. His background aligns perfectly with the needs of our global customers and our product roadmap, especially as AI takes on a larger role in the integration and automation process.”
SnapLogic says Stone’s appointment comes on the heels of its fundraising round of $165 million, and amid growing demand for the company’s integration and automation platform as companies across the globe look to improve operational efficiency while accelerating innovation and growth.
“As CTO, Jeremiah will be responsible for product strategy, and will join the executive team to help scale SnapLogic to meet this increasing demand, while ensuring the company’s offering continues to stay ahead of customer and market needs,” SnapLogic said.
"As data volumes and enterprise system landscapes continue to grow in scale and complexity, there’s a business imperative to radically simplify and accelerate how data and systems are integrated," added Stone.
"It is a difficult time for businesses across the globe. There are immense opportunities, but at the same time talent shortages, limited budgets, and the need to move away from legacy technologies and systems are a crushing burden. That's where the intelligent, easy-to-use, and AI-driven integration and automation that SnapLogic provides adds the most value and can enable organizations to innovate, compete, and accelerate growth. I'm tremendously excited to join SnapLogic to lead the extension and delivery of new innovative capabilities."
Stone began his career as a programmer and systems administrator with the National Center for Atmospheric Research, helping to develop systems to predict clear-air turbulence. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado’s mathematics program, an inventor and co-inventor of multiple US patents, and was a founding member of the NextGen advisory board at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.