Visible Alpha, an investment research technology firm, announced this Tuesday that it has appointed Samantha Miller to the firm’s newly created role of Chief Product Officer (CPO).
In this role, Miller will be responsible for overseeing the product strategy as well as the management of the company’s entire product suite. According to the statement, her focus will be on driving innovation, enhancing scalability and delivering best-in-class services.
Samantha Miller’s career before Visible Alpha
Before she was at Visible Alpha, Miller was working for Dun & Bradstreet where she was Vice President of Global Product Portfolio Strategy and Management. Whilst here, she led the strategy for more than 200 products ranging from financial, compliance, sales and marketing verticals in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
During her career, which spans for almost two decades according to her LinkedIn profile, Miller has gained significant experience in software-as-a-service, data and analytics and APIs. She holds a certification in artificial intelligence from MIT Sloan School of Management.
Commenting on the appointment, of Visible Alpha said: “Samantha has a proven track record of delivering results in high-growth, global ventures.
“We are excited to have Samantha on the Visible Alpha team to lead the evolution of our products and build on this year’s momentum. We look forward to applying her experience to accelerate product strategy and innovation as we continue to scale and expand globally.”
Prior to her employment at Dun & Bradstreet, Miller led a division at LexisNexis as a General Manager and Vice President of Product. She has also held a product-focused role at inData Corporation and was the Director of US Marketing for Practical Law Company, her LinkedIn states.
“Unique content, depth of data and origination transparency sets Visible Alpha products apart from any other solutions in the market. I look forward to working with the team on further developing Visible Alpha’s leadership position in the investment research process.”