Marty Smuin will lead Adaptive Computing's team as they continue to develop innovative software products that speed customers' time to discovery through the unification of data centre resources, optimization of the analysis process and guarantee of services to the business. Moab enables large enterprises, academic institutions and governments to perform simulations and analyze data more rapidly, accurately and most cost-effectively with its Technical Computing, Cloud and Big Data solutions for Big Workflow applications.
"I am thrilled to lead Adaptive Computing, a company that has captured substantial market share and boasts many of the most respected organisations in the world as customers and partners", stated Marty Smuin. "It is exciting that companies and industries continue to turn to Adaptive Computing's Big Workflow platform to deliver rapid decision making and innovation, and gain a competitive edge in the market. With Big Workflow, our customers can optimize the way in which they perform analysis, simulation and modelling of virtually anything in any industry, from finding the cure for cancer to predicting the weather. Adaptive Computing is the common thread tying these endeavors together, and we look forward to continuing to support these exciting efforts."
Prior to joining Adaptive Computing, Marty Smuin served as the President of AIRCOM International Inc., a provider of network planning, optimization and management software and consultancy for mobile networks. Under his leadership, AIRCOM International Inc. consistently exceeded financial projections and grew revenue year over year.
Prior to Aircom, Marty Smuin worked as the GM for the Americas at Bytemobile, which was acquired by Citrix. He has also held senior executive, sales, business development and marketing positions at Openwave Systems, ACCESS, IAC - formally known as USA Networks, and QVC.