Machine Learning

Nicole Woods Joins AI, ML Models Company ElectrifAi

ElectrifAi

ElectrifAi, one of the world’s leading companies in practical artificial intelligence (AI) and pre-built machine learning (ML) models, today announced that Nicole Woods is joining the company as its Senior Vice President, Head of Products.

Ms. Woods brings an impressive blend of experience to the company in both engineering and business management over the course of her career. At ElectrifAi, she will oversee our overall market strategy, including our product offerings, pricing, packaging, and product development. Ms. Woods is responsible for generating awareness of Electrifai’s industry-defining, machine learning Model Factory – the world’s leading portfolio of pre-built artificial intelligence and machine learning models.  

Ms. Woods is a career product management leader working in Personalization, AI and Deep Learning. She has spent 25 years designing complex SaaS, DaaS, Marketing Technology, Machine Learning and Identity Engine platforms. She specializes in the concrete side of product, such as understanding how to build a sound product given technical constraints, recognizing unmet customer needs, and sizing the total addressable market. In addition, she has a strong track record and expertise in product elevation, such as effective positioning against competitors, pricing models, package offerings and proactive brand management.

Her previous employers include technology leaders Oracle, Bronto, Netsuite and WhatCounts and has deep experience working with many of the world’s largest brands to aid in their digital transformation into omnichannel retail giants. She holds an MBA from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and an undergraduate degree in Engineering from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia. Ms. Woods resides in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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