Yellowfin Joins the Vendor Forum
March 18, 2019
Pete Goldin

Glen Rabie, Co-founder and CEO of Yellowfin, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Rabie began working in the data analysis and strategy field for the National Australia Bank (NAB) in 1996, establishing Yellowfin in 2003 with business partner Justin Hewitt (COO) in response to the frustration, complexity and cost he saw in many organizations struggling with implementing and using traditional BI tools. Rabie is passionate about data analysis, data visualization and the software that is used to help organizations make better decisions. He holds a Masters of Commerce from The University of Melbourne, a postgraduate diploma in Industrial Relations and Human Resources, and undergraduate degree in Arts/Commerce.

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Yellowfin is a global Business Intelligence and analytics software vendor with a suite of world-class products powered by automation. Yellowfin is continually recognized as an innovator and is No. 1 in Embedded BI by BARC. More than 27,000 organizations and more than three million end-users across 75 countries use Yellowfin every day. Rabie built Yellowfin around five core principles: Usability; value; innovation; pervasiveness and flexibility.

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