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Debu Chatterjee
Technology Advisor

Debu Chatterjee joined ServiceNow Platform Engineering BU in Jan 2017 when his company DxContinuum was acquired by ServiceNow Jan 2017 to deliver intelligent automation roadmap using machine learning. He now leads the Machine Learning, and Predictive Intelligence product roadmap at ServiceNow. The DxContinuum Fathom engine is now fully integrated within the NOW platform, with the first product Agent Intelligence scheduled to be delivered with the Kingston Release of ServiceNow.  

In 2012, he founded a business decisions company DxContinuum specializing in operationalizing predictive business outcomes. As the CEO of the company, he brought the transformative power of predictive analytics to B2B sales and marketing operations for a roster of customers like Adobe, Cisco and VMWare. A patented, machine- learning software platform accelerated the model generation and delivery for a variety of supervised machine learning use cases.  

Debu has demonstrated successful technology leadership in diverse settings and scale. In the past, he was a key member of Oracle's flagship product, the database from version 6 to version 11 in various capacities. Every SQL access in Oracle goes through the code he has written. He led Informatica's PowerCenter and Connectors group delivering the flagship V9 release, and subsequently the Health Care Fraud Analytics team at FICO. His enterprise software development experience spans 30 years in the areas of machine learning, predictive analytics, metadata services, distributed systems, databases, big data, systems management and fraud detection.  

He has a BS in CS from IIT Kharagpur, a MS in Computer Science from UNC Chapel Hill, and an MBA from Wharton. He holds 23 patents, and has filed numerous others. He is a member of BOV and GEAB at UNC Chapel Hill, and contributes his time to the Silicon Valley professional and mentorship organizations.