WASHINGTON, March 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- IxReveal, a leader in next-generation advanced analytics for unstructured and structured data, announced the appointment of Ken Knueven, as VP of Business Development today.
"We have been working closely with Ken in the federal space for more than 2 years. His knowledge and network within the industry will be very important in our continuing progress. We are very excited about Ken coming on board," said Chairman and CEO Charles Clarkson.
Prior to joining IxReveal, Mr. Knueven was Federal Programs Director at Microsoft, where he was responsible for Policy and Program go-to-market strategies, targeting mission critical initiatives throughout the Federal Government. Previously, he was involved in the leadership, management, and development efforts at DataSynapse, Covalent, Enterworks, Sybase, and KnowledgeWare.
Mr. Knueven has been involved in the technology sector for over 30 years, instrumental in the creation, growth, and leadership of global sales, marketing, and services organizations. He has worked with Management Teams and Boards of early to mid-stage companies, assisting them with the business planning, revenue growth strategies, and go-to-market launches within the Public Sector and the Fortune 500.
Mr. Knueven is an active member of AFFIRM, IAC/ACT, ITAA and AFCEA. He is often consulted by industry media for his expertise in the Public Sector IT arena. Mr. Knueven received a B.S. degree in Economics, and an MBA with a concentration in Operations Research and Information Technology from George Mason University.
IxReveal is a leading text analytics software company that transcends current "search" and business intelligence technologies. The company's solution-based products are unique in their capacity to transform large volumes of unstructured and structured data into actionable intelligence. IxReveal's award-winning product lines, uReveal™ and uReka™ (www.ureka.info), also allow researchers to collaboratively share concepts and findings.
Clients include leading multinational corporations, financial institutions, law-enforcement agencies, universities, health organizations, and major federal agencies with data-intensive mandates. For more information about IxReveal, visit www.IxReveal.com.