Rob F. Walker, Ph.D., is vice president decision management at Pegasystems, with more than 20 years of experience focused on predictive analytics and related disciplines.
Prior to working at Pega he was responsible for managing the strategic direction and development of Chordiant’s industry-leading predictive decisioning technologies (the company was acquired by Pega in 2010). As a member of the office of the CTO, Rob also provided support to global sales activities and partnership initiatives. Before that, in 2000, he co-founded KiQ Ltd., a specialist provider of decision management and predictive analytics software which was acquired by Chordiant in 2004.
Prior to that, Rob spent eight years in positions of increasing responsibility with leading global information technology consulting firm Capgemini. From 1999-2000, he served as Program Director for Capgemini, during which time he was responsible for the creation, development and evangelization of technological innovations in the area of Information Capitalization (business intelligence and predictive analytics).
Rob holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Free University in the Netherlands.
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