Gulfscape Ventures Founder Sam Sliman Joins DAS42’s Board of Directors
Mr. Sliman brings extensive experience as an executive and investor in the technology industry
[July 27, 2022] – (New York, NY) – DAS42, a provider of modern data stack technology implementation and advisory services, welcomes Sam Sliman as the newest member of its Board of Directors.
Mr. Sliman is the founder of Gulfscape Ventures, where he primarily invests in growth and early-stage technology ventures and serves as an advisor to private equity funds. Over his 20-year career in technology, he has held positions in companies including the technology consulting firm Optimal, Commerce One, and Accenture. He has also served as a board member for technology firms Coalfire, Silverline, Magnus, Key Data, and Altumint, among others.
“We’re excited to welcome Sam to DAS42’s Board,” said CEO Nick Amabile. “He brings a wealth of experience and insights that will be invaluable as we continue the process of scaling our firm that began when we accepted a growth investment from M|C Partners last year.”
“I’m impressed by DAS42’s rapid growth, capabilities, and exceptional reputation among both its client base and its technology partner ecosystem,” said Mr. Sliman. “I look forward to helping the firm further build on everything it has been able to accomplish.”
Mr. Sliman is the fifth member of DAS42’s Board of Directors, joining Nick Amabile, COO Patrick Byrne, and M|C Partners’ Gillis Cashman and Julia Senior.
DAS42 is a leading provider of cloud-based data analytics consulting and professional services. Based in New York and with offices across the United States, our clients include some of the world’s largest companies. We work with cutting-edge technology partners to help organizations use data to improve their operations, reduce the time to actionable insights, and empower them to make better decisions, faster. Learn more at das42.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter.
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