Azira Technology announced new members in leadership positions

Azira Appoints Industry Leaders to Enhance Consumer Behavior Insights, Validating Business Strategy

Azira has appointed industry veterans Lenny Blyukher and Amy Holland to strategic leadership positions to enhance their position in the consumer behavior insights space. These appointments demonstrate Azira’s dedication to meeting the changing needs of their customer base and validate their business strategy.

Gladys Kong, Chief Executive Officer of Azira, expressed the importance of these appointments in today’s location-based insights landscape. She highlighted the deep experience of both new leaders in leading data and analytics-driven technology organizations. Kong believes that Blyukher and Holland are ideal candidates to help Azira exceed expectations from their customers, partners, and consumers.

As Senior Vice President, Global Technology, Lenny Blyukher will focus on adtech, particularly location-based data, insights, and measurement. With over 20 years of experience in executive engineering roles at Walmart, NinthDecimal, NearbyNow and other companies he has a proven track record of building cost-effective high-performance distributed engineering teams.

Amy Holland will take on the role as Senior Vice President Product at Azira. She will oversee the development and implementation of Azira’s long-term product strategy to align with evolving customer needs and changing policies. With more than 25 years of leadership experience having recently led transformations in product licensing operations for Alteryx she brings a wealth of knowledge on this subject matter

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