Tom Reilly, Former CEO of Cloudera and ArcSight, Joins OmniSci Board of Advisors

Tech Industry Luminary Known for Development and Successfully Scaling Multiple Big Data, Analytics, and Risk Management Firms

SAN FRANCISCO – (March 19, 2020) – OmniSci, the pioneer in accelerated analytics, announced today that prominent tech industry leader and investor Tom Reilly has joined the company’s board of advisors. Reilly, whose board leadership has positively impacted the growth and financial success of numerous public and private software companies, most recently served as CEO of Cloudera during its investment from Intel and subsequent IPO.

Over his 30-year career, Reilly has added significant market value to many high-growth firms including ArcSight, Jive Software, and Eloqua. As CEO of ArcSight, he oversaw the company’s IPO and later sale to HP. Reilly has held executive posts at both IBM and HP, and currently serves as a board member at Anomali, as well as board chairman at Ombud Inc.

“Tom Reilly will be a major strategic partner for OmniSci,” commented Todd Mostak, OmniSci CEO and co-founder. “He shares our vision for a new generation of data platforms that converge human and machine intelligence, and believes that OmniSci can and will be the leader in this space. He also has close connections in many of our key markets, including the telco and Federal segments. It’s a testament to what we’re doing that we can attract marquee supporters like Tom to our board of advisors.”

 Earlier in his career, Reilly served as CEO of Trigo Technologies, a Master Data Management Company, which was acquired by IBM and later became the nucleus for much of that company’s high growth capabilities in information management. He also held executive sales and marketing positions at BroadQuest and Lotus.

“OmniSci has pioneered a new approach to analytics that I believe will be transformational. Its applications are broad and immensely valuable for analysts and decision-makers at the most important fronts of data analytics and data science,” stated Reilly. “I foresee significant growth opportunities and as such, will be doing all I can to help the company meet its ambitious goals.”

Reilly began his career at IBM, rising through a number of engineering and sales management roles. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.