Agilis welcomes Dr Philip M Neches to Executive Advisory Board

Agilis welcomes Dr Philip M Neches to Executive Advisory Board

Derek Morgen

Digital Marketing Expert

We are pleased to welcome Dr Philip M. Neches to Agilis Executive Advisory Board. 


A world-renowned authority on databases, Dr Neches was the Founder and Chief Scientist of Teradata Corporation (NYSE: TDC), now a $2.2 B world-leader in delivering real-time data intelligence. 


At Teradata, Dr Neches pioneered the application of parallel processing to commercial applications. As Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist for NCR Corporation, he led both the repositioning of NCR’s computer product family and the product plan for a merger with AT&T. Dr. Neches served as Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of Multimedia Products and Services Group at AT&T Corporation. 


He has served on the board of directors of ExpandBeyond, Inc., and on the advisory boards of EarthLink, Tacoda Systems, Luxtera, and the Technology Group of Merrill Lynch. He has served on Advisory Boards of several other companies. He serves on the Caltech board of trustees and sits on its technology transfer committee. Dr. Neches holds B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Caltech.


Dr Philip M. Neches is a venture partner at Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator in New York City. He is also an independent consultant working with early-stage companies in the information technology and communications service industries on their technical, market, and business strategies as an advisor, board member, and investor. 


“We are honored to have Dr Neches join our Advisory Board. His wealth of experience in building technology business from scratch and leading it through various stages of growth will be of great value to us.” says Jay Bhatia, CEO of Agilis.


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