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Jeremy Levy

CEO at Indicative

Jeremy Levy is CEO and co-founder of Indicative, the only product analytics platform for product managers, marketers and data analysts that connects directly to the data warehouse. He is a serial entrepreneur and a veteran of New York City’s Silicon Alley.

Jeremy co-founded Xtify, the first mobile CRM for enterprise, acquired by IBM in 2013. He also co-founded MeetMoi, a pioneering location-based dating service for mobile sold to Match.com in 2014.

Jeremy has established himself as a thought leader in data infrastructure, and he would be happy to discuss how he is bridging the gap between product managers and data analytics.

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Jeremy Levy

CEO at Indicative

Jeremy Levy is CEO and co-founder of Indicative, the only product analytics platform for product managers, marketers and data analysts that connects directly to the data warehouse. He is a serial entrepreneur and a veteran of New York City’s Silicon Alley.

Jeremy co-founded Xtify, the first mobile CRM for enterprise, acquired by IBM in 2013. He also co-founded MeetMoi, a pioneering location-based dating service for mobile sold to Match.com in 2014.

Jeremy has established himself as a thought leader in data infrastructure, and he would be happy to discuss how he is bridging the gap between product managers and data analytics.

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BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

Jeremy Levy

CEO at Indicative

Jeremy Levy is CEO and co-founder of Indicative, the only product analytics platform for product managers, marketers and data analysts that connects directly to the data warehouse. He is a serial entrepreneur and a veteran of New York City’s Silicon Alley.

Jeremy co-founded Xtify, the first mobile CRM for enterprise, acquired by IBM in 2013. He also co-founded MeetMoi, a pioneering location-based dating service for mobile sold to Match.com in 2014.

Jeremy has established himself as a thought leader in data infrastructure, and he would be happy to discuss how he is bridging the gap between product managers and data analytics.

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Timeline

Oct 2013 - Present

Indicative

CEO

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Oct 2013 - Present

Oct 2017 - Present

Deciding By Data Podcast

Host

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Oct 2017 - Present

May 2007 - Dec 2013

MeetMoi

Co-Founder & CTO

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May 2007 - Dec 2013

Dec 2007 - Oct 2013

Xtify

Co-Founder & CTO

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Acquired by IBM

Dec 2007 - Oct 2013

Ask me

What are most product and marketing teams missing about their customers' journeys?
What's your best advice for product managers today?
How has the role of the product management team changed? Where do you see it going in the next 5-10 years?
There has been eye-popping valuation and M&A activity in the data space over the past 12-24 months. What's happening there, and what does it say about the space?
What's your top advice for product teams that need better access to data so that they can be more nimble and agile? How do they convince the CIO, for example?

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