SymphonyAI Group announces Dominic Gallello as CEO of Symphony IndustrialAI

  • January 20, 2020
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SymphonyAI Group announces Dominic Gallello as CEO of Symphony IndustrialAI
SymphonyAI Group announces Dominic Gallello as CEO of Symphony IndustrialAI

January 21, 2020 – SymphonyAI Group announced that Dominic Gallello has joined as CEO of Symphony IndustrialAI and its portfolio company, Symphony AzimaAI. Gallello will lead the portfolio company into the next phase of growth in the industrial IoT and AI market segments. 

Research and analysis firm IDC estimates the industrial IoT and AI market sectors will exceed $1 trillion annually by 2022. McKinsey & Company estimates that AI will create between $1.2 and $2 trillion in supply chain management and manufacturing economic value annually, with $500 to $700 billion in manufacturing predictive maintenance value alone. 

Gallello is an established technology executive with a background in engineering vertical software solutions at companies, including MSC Software, Autodesk, Macromedia and Intergraph Japan. He has led three public and private software companies over the past 16 years, resulting in $1.3 billion in exit value, with an average increase in value of more than 300 percent. He was named a SaaS Top 50 CEO in 2018 and brings a track record of company culture awards and more than fifty product awards, including two R&D 100 awards.

Symphony IndustrialAI acquired Azima Global in 2019 to expand its focus beyond condition monitoring, vibrational analysis, reliability and predictive maintenance and services to deliver end-to-end Industrial IoT and AI process management. Working with key companies in the oil and gas, utility, defense, food and beverage, high tech, chemical, pharmaceutical and other industries, Symphony IndustrialAI has refined its industrial IoT and AI platform. Symphony AzimaAI, a subsidiary of Symphony IndustrialAI, serves a group of organizations such as ExxonMobil, ConocoPhilips, Anadarko, Marathon Oil, Philips 66, Cargill, Linde, Air Liquide, Ingersoll Rand, ABB, Flowserve and NRG.

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