Cloud software company Domo has announced the appointment of former McKinsey executive Mohammed Aaser as its new chief data officer (CDO)
Additionally, the new appointment will also work closely with the company’s data and technology partners to extend Domo’s ecosystem of integrations, which includes over 1,000 pre-built connectors.
Aaser joins from McKinsey and Company, where he served as chief data officer, championing strategic use of data across thousands of client initiatives in all industries.
At McKinsey, he oversaw data innovation capabilities, accelerating development of apps by combining deep industry knowledge with cutting-edge data sets, data management technology and data engineers.
Prior to this, Aaser helped launch McKinsey’s analytics practice, which was designed to help companies create and scale new technical delivery models for analytics and AI.
Aaser also held executive leadership roles at Ameriprise Financial, where he led the analytics transformation of a Fortune 500 wealth and asset manager.
“I’ve seen firsthand how Domo transforms an organisation’s use of data, significantly shortening development lifecycles from months, and sometimes years, down to days, while making it easier for people in all departments to understand and engage with data in an easy-to-use way,” said new Domo CDO, Aaser.
“Domo has approached the data problem from a completely different angle, which eliminates the technological and organisational complexity that teams so often face in delivering value from data.
“Due to its integrated approach, Domo empowers innovators to build data apps in just a few weeks and flexibility of integrating with best-of-breed tools.”
Josh James, founder and CEO of Domo, commented: “Mohammed has
an incredible passion for making data accessible and actionable for all and aligning its use with key business goals.
“We’re thrilled to leverage his expertise to help customers compose new ways to use data with Domo to optimise how work gets done across the business.”