As Vice President of Data Partnerships, Seidman brings almost two decades of financial services and retail experience to 1010data’s big data discovery solution
NEW YORK, March 25, 2014 -- 1010data, Inc., the market leader in big data discovery and data sharing, today announced the hiring of former President of Financial Services and Public Sector at the NPD Group, Natalie Seidman, as Vice President of Data Partnerships at 1010data. Reporting to Steve Albert, Senior Vice President of Financial Services, Seidman will focus on bringing on new third-party data providers to the 1010data platform.
“Natalie’s experience in the market research, financial services and retail sectors, equips her perfectly to lead our efforts to cultivate new data sources for our customers and partners,” said Greg Munves, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer of 1010data. “With 1010data, third-party data providers are able to easily share and monetize their data with other enterprises and give those enterprises an unprecedented ability to analyze the data at the most granular level of detail. Natalie’s understanding of how businesses leverage third-party datasets will be invaluable in expanding our data partner ecosystem.”
Natalie comes to 1010data after having spent more than 12 years at The NPD Group, most recently as President of Financial Services and Public Sector where she provided comprehensive consumer retail information to a variety of industries. Prior to her work with The NPD Group, Seidman worked at Citigroup, where she served as Vice President, Market Research for the global corporate and investment bank, and at Booz, Allen & Hamilton, where she was an associate in their commercial practice.
“Throughout my career, I have always been involved with data and analytics,” said Natalie Seidman, Vice President of Data Partnerships. “I’m excited to join 1010data which perfectly blends these areas and mixes in industry-leading, cloud technology to deliver unique, innovative services to enterprises seeking better insight into their business and the market.”
Seidman graduated from Columbia University Business School with an MBA in Finance, after she graduated from Binghamton University.