Tuesday, 27 June 2017 11:51

Yellowfin snaps up Scarff for CTO role

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BI and analytics vendor Yellowfin has appointed Brad Scarff as its CTO.

"Brad is no stranger to Yellowfin having done strategy work with us in the past," said chief executive Glen Rabie

"As a company, we have a 14-year history of growth and innovation and today find ourselves transforming rapidly into a true, large multinational. The timing is perfect for me to hand over Yellowfin's product innovation leadership to someone as accomplished and capable as Brad."

Scarff joins Yellowfin from a 20-year stint at the National Australia Bank, most recently in business roles in finance and operations, but previously in BI-related positions including leading a BI competency centre, directing NAB's next generation information analytics project, and serving as lead architect for information management.

He holds a bachelor's degree in business systems from Monash University.

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