Former Microsoft CFO John Connors joins Tractable’s board of directors

Tractable, which leverages AI to improve recovery from accidents and natural disasters, has named former Microsoft CFO John Connors as its latest board of directors member.

His experience will help Tractable to grow and scale its solutions to a wider audience, an announcement from the company stated.

Tractable is used by 20 of the world’s largest companies, including Tokio Marine, MS&AD and Ageas, and it is planning to increase its reach across North America in 2021.

Connors, who is a managing partner at Ignition Partners, has more than 30 years of experience as a builder, leader and advisor of high-growth companies in North America.

Whilst at Microsoft, he led numerous worldwide divisions, including finance, IT, worldwide operations and enterprise sales.

Most recently, Connors invests into companies at Ignition Partners and serves on several boards of tech companies.

As a board member of Tractable, Connors will advise Tractable on product development, delivery, market expansion and growth planning.

Connors said, “Tractable has become the global leader in accelerating visual assessments with AI, growing exceptionally quickly as companies achieve the efficiencies that its solutions create. I’m looking forward to helping the founders build a global tech champion that’s applying cutting-edge technology to established problems, and restoring many more people’s livelihoods more quickly in the process.”

Tractable co-founder and chief executive Alex Dalyac said, “We are honoured to welcome John Connors, the former CFO of Microsoft, to the Tractable Board. We are already feeling his drive to build a software company of consequential scale. And I suppose that to all the Terminator fans out there, this is the alternate reality where John Connor(s) is proactively bringing AI to the real world!”

Last year, Tractable doubled its revenue and customer base and closed a $25m Series C funding round.

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