Brain Corp Names New Senior VP
Brain Corp, a San Diego-based artificial intelligence company creating transformative core technology for the robotics industry, announced that Dr. Moudy Elbayadi has joined the company’s executive management team as senior vice president of product and technology.
Elbayadi will be responsible for driving the strategic roadmap and growth plans of the company’s technology portfolio.
With more than 20 years of experience, Elbayadi has worked with a number of high-growth companies and across a variety of industries. Prior to joining Brain Corp, Elbayadi held the position of executive vice president, technology, at mobile app pet care company Wag!. While at Wag!, Elbayadi oversaw product development, technology operations, security, and DevOps, and was responsible for building the organization’s data insights platform. Prior to Wag!, Elbayadi became part of Symantec in 2017, where he held the role of vice president and chief information officer for its consumer business unit.
“Dr. Moudy Elbayadi is a talented technologist with exemplary leadership skills who will be a valuable addition to our rapidly-growing team,” says Scott Carter, chief operating officer at Brain Corp. “With Brain Corp poised to significantly expand its customer base and product applications, Dr. Elbayadi is joining an already successful and energetic team at the perfect time to spearhead the expansion of our technology portfolio."
Brain Corp recently announced a second global expansion with the opening of a European-based office in Amsterdam, an expansion of its relationship with Walmart, a new partnership with floor care manufacturer Nilfisk, and the introduction of AutoDelivery, a proof-of-concept robot for the delivery market.
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