Andrew Day joins the board of UK bioscience statistical software company
VSNi is delighted to announce that Andrew Day has joined the VSNi Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director. Andy has extensive experience in driving transformational change through leveraging big data in various industries including telecommunications, media, retail and financial services.
Andy’s full-time role is Group Chief Data Officer at Pepper Global, the innovative lending solutions company. Previously, he held senior positions at Telefonica O2 and Sky plc. Andy pioneered the application of data as director of business intelligence with UK media group News UK before taking on the role of chief data officer at Sainsbury’s in the UK. He is also a Non-Executive Director of GlobalData plc, a leading provider of data, analytics and insights into the world’s largest industries.
Commenting Andy said: “I am delighted to join the VSNi Board. It’s a company with a rich heritage in applying data and science to bioscience and, more excitingly, an innovation agenda to put information and analytics at the heart of food production at scale. world.
VSNi CEO, Stewart Andrews, said: “We consider ourselves extremely privileged to welcome Andy to the VSNi Board of Directors, and are confident that his experience and approach will help us achieve our vision – seeing the challenges of global food production eradicated through the effective application of data, analytics and technology”
VSNi provides both statistical software and experimental design software for the biosciences and is a world leader in analytical solutions for plant breeding activities. Designed by statisticians, our products meet the ever-changing demands of researchers, scientists, analysts and plant breeders looking for exceptional business intelligence solutions that can handle increasingly large and complex data sets. Their highly reliable products; Genstat, ASReml and CycDesigN, among others, are well-established and essential components in breeding programs around the world.
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