August 12, 2021

Gregg McNulty: A tribute to an amazing and respected colleague

We are incredibly saddened at the passing of Gregg McNulty, CIO of ElectrifAi. Gregg passed away in Watchung, New Jersey on Tuesday, July 27, 2021.

Gregg had a lasting and profound impact at ElectrifAi. He joined ElectrifAi in January 2020 and oversaw the company’s enterprise technology strategy, architecture, engineering, information security, data center operations, end user computing, and more.

Gregg was a very respected colleague who always had a kind word to say or insight to share. His advice and perspective were sought after for many topics. His valuable contributions will remain a part of ElectrifAi’s mission to make machine learning and artificial intelligence more understandable, practical, and profitable for businesses worldwide.

Before joining the ElectrifAi executive team, Gregg was the CTO of CVS Health, a leading pharmacy healthcare provider. He was responsible for all aspects of technology, including architecture, engineering, information security, data centers, operations, and IT vendor management across the enterprise.

His accomplishments also include more than 30 years of proven leadership experience at Avaya, eBay Enterprise, Merck, Medco Health Solutions, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson. His deep experience included running the highest performing transaction workloads on IBM, Oracle, AT&T, and Cisco systems.

“Gregg was our friend, partner and valued colleague. He was a giant in the tech world. His self-effacing style, humility, wit, experience, and steely determination were exactly the rare combination of traits and skills required to help the team successfully mold ElectrifAi into the leading machine learning product company. He was a visionary whose presence is deeply, deeply missed.” Edward Scott, CEO at ElectrifAi.

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