Behavox Helps Usher Jefferies into a New Era of Enhanced Regulation and Risk Management

 

One of the biggest challenges global financial institutions face is balancing the various regulatory requirements of each country or region of operation. The answer? An agile compliance solution that can be quickly implemented across the globe. 

Jefferies Group, the world’s largest independent investment banking firm, understood this challenge and knew it was time to upgrade. 

To maintain and improve its progressive compliance culture, the bank has adopted and fully implemented Behavox’s compliance solution to support the protection of its global employee base. Our flexible solution will enable Jefferies to adhere to the wide range of regulations global financial organizations face.  

The launch of Behavox Compliance solution at Jefferies involved a rigorous proof of concept demonstration and comprehensive performance testing, followed by an implementation that included user interface enhancements, sophisticated reports, and numerous training sessions.

Behavox provides Jefferies with an agile compliance solution and advanced data analytics to help the bank comply with evolving regulations and heightened levels of government oversight. 

Using Behavox, the bank has the ability to detect market abuse, insider threats, collusion, and more than 80 other non-compliant and misconduct scenarios.

In addition to enhancing compliance rigor globally, Jefferies Chief Compliance Officer Lauri Scoran said the investment in Behavox also reduces future data center, software, and hardware costs. 

Jefferies’ proactive drive to address the shifting and non-uniform regulatory landscape comes at a critical time for the financial services industry. The unrelenting pandemic has prolonged remote working environments, increasing risks of misconduct. Regulators and compliance teams alike are reassessing practices to conform to an indefinite period of distributed workforces. 

With the pandemic expected to impact the industry indefinitely, Jefferies’ proactive approach to hardening its global controls and incorporating more AI and machine learning-driven intelligence represents the initiative firms must take to protect their business continuity, revenue generation, and brand.

Read more about Jefferies and Behavox Compliance solution in our press release. We look forward to helping Jefferies manage its compliance program across the firm’s international operations. 

Montréal Office Expansion Will Accelerate Innovation and Product Development for Behavox Customers

 

Over the past few months, financial institutions around the world have had to quickly adjust to decentralized working environments. The current health crisis has disrupted the global economy and forced organizations to reassess their internal controls in the face of great uncertainty. 

Cloud technology has played a key role in helping firms remain agile and operate successfully despite these unique circumstances. 

While current shutdowns are temporary, the investment in SaaS solutions allows businesses to operate from virtually anywhere, permanently transforming where and how they work. 

As companies continue to reconcile their workplace paradigm, Behavox remains dedicated to helping our customers adjust by delivering modern SaaS-based compliance solutions. 

Today, we are especially thrilled to announce that we have decided to expand our Montréal, Quebec office as part of our efforts to fuel innovation, product development, and support for our customers during this challenging time. 

This $35 million partnership with Investissement Québec, Montréal International, and Ivanhoé Cambridge reflects our desire to increase our North American presence in one of Canada’s most innovative cities. Our state-of-the-art office space can house 400 employees and will serve as a key innovation hub for Behavox’s global business. 

Further, Montréal’s AI and machine learning development talent pool will enable continued hiring efforts across our engineering, data science, and product development teams. New team members will accelerate our data analytics capabilities and increase our ability to service customers’ growing need for flexible SaaS solutions that complement remote working norms.

In addition, increasing our presence in Montréal creates better proximity to our growing Canadian customer base.

Read about our new Montréal office and learn what our CEO Erkin Adylov thinks about this new office space in our full announcement.

Behavox to Help Denmark’s Largest Bank Navigate an Unprecedented Regulatory Landscape

 

As businesses around the world reconcile the lasting effects of COVID-19, compliance departments have been forced to promptly adapt to the challenges of our disrupted work environments. 

Staggered economic re-openings and the possibility of a second wave of infections have created regulatory nightmares: decentralized networks, overwhelmed IT departments, and undefined business continuity protocols. As a result, financial institutions remain especially vulnerable to compliance breaches, employee misconduct, and external cyberattacks.  

In the face of such unique uncertainty, Behavox’s services are more important to our clients than ever before. Our cloud platform and AI capabilities provide firms with the solutions needed to be agile in adjusting to non-traditional, remote working. This SaaS approach allows firms to monitor for all levels of risk despite new corporate norms.

Today, Behavox’s newest customer exemplifies that. We are thrilled to announce that Danske Bank A/S, Denmark’s largest full-service bank, has chosen Behavox as its platform for electronic and audio communication compliance supervision.

Our ability to aggregate and analyze data will make this banking giant even faster, sharper, and more agile in supporting hundreds of branch sites and millions of clients throughout the Nordics. 

Executive Vice President Simon Kingsbury highlighted that Danske selected Behavox for our powerful data analytics and ability to detect immediate actions to ensure company-wide compliance. Our products’ unquestionable ability to meet the demands of international regulators such as FINRA, the Danish FSA, and the FCA supports Danske’s decision to employ our cutting-edge services. 

While remote working has surely illuminated indisputable obstacles for businesses around the world, it has also exemplified how cloud technology plays an increasingly essential role in supporting our global economy. This announcement represents our continued dedication to the global customer. We are excited to add Danske to our growing list of partners across the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia. 

We look forward to helping an esteemed institution like Danske navigate the ever-shifting regulatory environments. Read more about our largest European customer win in our full announcement.

Welcome to the Modern Compliance Webinar Series: Your Resource for Mitigating the Regulatory Risks of Working From Home

 

Now that we are settling into working from home indefinitely and adjusting the way we work, I have had time to catch up with a few of our regular contacts. The compliance teams at big banks are being contacted by regulatory supervisors who want to know how firms have adapted in the past several weeks and what approaches they have taken. 

Judgment won’t be passed on this for quite some time, and I think some firms are hoping for leniency from regulators under such unusual circumstances, but there has been an indication from many that scrutiny will extend to regulators overlooking any activity that normally results in enforcement. 

A number of the banks who run a vast amount of their models on old legacy technology are not even considering re-calibration, despite the huge increase in false positives — it would be like trying to get an oil tanker that is going full tilt mid-ocean to try and turn around automatically. Some firms have managed to put in place emergency calibration, which helps reduce false positives and get business as usual (BAU) back on track. Practical risk-based approaches from some have involved investigating metadata and data volumes, which is proving fruitful.

For now, various new projects to modernize compliance technology are still on target to be researched, decided and funded, but our contacts suggest there may be cost scrutiny the longer that the non-financial services economy is immobilized. Certain things deemed essential before this have suddenly become “nice to have.”

There are concerns about recordkeeping. With a reduced line of sight and everyone working from home, calls made on personal mobiles to clients, as well as an inevitable rise in the use of social messaging, could present thorny issues if there are disputes and complaints. Control of sensitive information in the home environment is also a big issue — many traders and brokers are working from home where they share a workspace with family or roommates who are unwittingly privy to a vast amount of data and information that would normally be securely held within the confines of the office and the information barriers that are so carefully monitored. For many with experience, the feeling is that this is a regulatory accident waiting to happen. 

It is a time when the culture of an organization, the integrity of its people, and the trust placed in them by senior management, and reinforced by compliance training, will be part of a forced experiment whose results we await with optimism rather than foreboding. We continue to engage regularly with our community of practitioners and clients as the emphasis on compliance and restructuring evolves day to day — we impart as much of this information as we can so that it is practical and insightful and allows the industry to learn collectively and benchmark effectively.

With that as a backdrop, we welcome you to our Modern Compliance Webinar Series, which focuses on what firms are experiencing during these unsettling times and solutions for the latest best practices, policies, and technologies for a distributed workforce. The first set of webinars we are hosting are focused on the changes made by the compliance teams at buy-side and sell-side financial services firms to adapt effectively to the new distributed work environment. 

For the EU edition June 11 at 2 pm BST, we will be joined by two highly experienced practitioners, Chris Hannaford from Nomura and Adrian Ratcliffe from CQS. For the US edition June 18 at 1 pm EDT, we will be joined by two equally impressive compliance professionals — Gautam Sachdev, formerly from Macquarie, and Robert Mendelson from Sculptor Capital.

We look forward to having you join us for each of our live webinars over the course of the summer where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn from industry leaders. 

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New Leadership Additions, Board Members Reinforce Commitment to Behavox’s No.1 Priority — Customers

Despite a year marred by sudden, merciless stress, we continue to forge ahead, fortifying our business in support of our customers.

In February, we announced that SoftBank is investing $100 million to help Behavox grow at scale. In April, we announced our inaugural Board of Directors, welcoming a diverse group of leaders with esteemed backgrounds from the SEC, SoftBank, and the tech sector.  

Yesterday, we announced our latest corporate development, appointing a new Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Human Resources Officer. These prominent board and business leaders hail from the finance, technology, and regulatory spaces. They join chairman and CEO Erkin Adylov to provide governance, support, and leadership as the company expands brand awareness, customer demand, and operational capacity. 

Board members:

  • Jeff Diana, former Chief People Officer at Atlassian and SuccessFactors
  • Lucio Di Ciaccio, investment professional at SoftBank Investment Advisers
  • Avi Golan, operating partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers
  • Michael Piwowar, executive director of the Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets and former commissioner and acting chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Yesterday’s leadership team additions:

  • Neil Wu Becker, Chief Marketing Officer
  • Derek Sidebottom, Chief Human Resources Officer

The board and senior leaders will help us meet growing customer demand for our end-to-end data aggregation, analytics, and risk management solution. In fact, we see signs that the current work-from-home environment will make this solution even more necessary, particularly as customers broaden the physical boundaries of regulatory compliance, code of conduct, and corporate cultures from offices to their homes.

Simply put, our customers need us now more than ever. That’s why, despite the macroeconomic climate, we are conscientiously investing in growing our business through greater demand generation, customer engagement, and organizational scale. This is not the time for us to retreat from engaging with our customers or loosening our service.

Quite the opposite.

In times of duress, you get closer to your customers. That’s a golden rule. Our corporate stability puts us in a favorable position to continue enhancing our value to more and more customers. The timeliness of the board and leadership appointments provides added reinforcement to this cause.

Golan oversees tech and science portfolios at SoftBank. He held leadership roles at Google and Air New Zealand. Di Ciaccio specializes in high-growth technology companies and has previous experience serving as a board member at Gympass. 

Diana and Piwowar join the board after serving as advisors to Behavox since January 2019. Piwowar’s experience as former commissioner and acting chairman of the SEC will provide considerable regulatory perspective and guidance, helping Behavox serve as a trusted partner and market-leading solution provider for its customers. Diana has a track record in human resources of successfully scaling high-growth, pre-IPO companies. His experience continues to come in handy as the company expands its team to meet growing customer demand.

In addition to our new board, we welcome Chief Marketing Officer Neil Wu Becker and Chief Human Resources Officer Derek Sidebottom. Wu Becker specializes in B2B enterprise marketing for pre-IPO, unicorn, SaaS and public technology companies. He held top marketing positions at Apttus, A10 Networks, Micron, and Cisco and will help grow brand awareness and customer demand on a global scale.

Sidebottom has held HR leadership posts at Dosh, LendingHome, Rocket Fuel, Inc., and Kabam. He will cultivate and implement a world-class talent acquisition program necessary for this growth-oriented phase. 

Read what our new board members and senior leaders have to say about joining Behavox in our Board of Directors and key leadership announcements. We are not slowing down. Our job is to make sure our customers don’t either.

Behavox Announces Key Leadership Posts

NEW YORK – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Behavox, an end-to-end Data Operating Platform that enables organizations to aggregate, analyze and act on their internal data, today announced it has appointed two veteran technology industry executives to help the company capitalize on market opportunities and continue growing at scale.

Neil Wu Becker was named Behavox’s Chief Marketing Officer, and Derek Sidebottom was named Chief Human Resources Officer. Both Wu Becker and Sidebottom will report directly to Behavox Founder and CEO Erkin Adylov.

“Both Neil and Derek are high-energy executives with strong, demonstrated experience in fast-growing, pre-IPO technology companies,” Adylov said. “They bring their respective expertise to Behavox at an opportune moment of growth for the company as we rapidly scale product, team and geographies. I am delighted to have them both on board as members of our senior leadership team.”

Wu Becker is an award-winning global marketing leader with a penchant for establishing high-performing teams and creative integrated marketing plans that accelerate demand for technology companies. His management background is in B2B enterprise marketing for pre-IPO, unicorn, SaaS and public technology companies seeking to grow at scale. Prior to Behavox, Wu Becker held top marketing posts at Apttus, A10 Networks, Micron and Cisco. He will be chartered with growing Behavox’s brand awareness and customer demand as it serves enterprises in multiple markets.

“Behavox takes a unique and compelling approach to protecting and promoting business growth for enterprises,” Wu Becker said. “Its AI and machine learning galvanize various functional groups to tighten compliance and risk management while spotlighting previously unseen opportunities for improving productivity. I look forward to helping Behavox continue creating, moving, and leading the market by broadening the awareness and demand for its solutions – solutions that are increasingly pertinent as businesses struggle with distributed operations caused by the global pandemic.”

Sidebottom specializes in workforce strategy, talent acquisition management, analytics and metrics, compensation strategy, M&A and IPOs and building and developing first-rate human resources teams. Prior to joining Behavox, he held HR leadership posts at Dosh, LendingHome, Rocket Fuel, Inc. and Kabam.

“My mission at Behavox is finding, retaining and developing world-class talent for a world-class company,” Sidebottom said. “Developing and executing a global talent strategy is imperative at this stage of Behavox’s growth, and I’m delighted to lead those efforts.”

The appointments of Wu Becker and Sidebottom are the latest corporate developments for the fast-growing AI company. Earlier this month, Behavox named several prominent industry leaders to its Board of Directors, and in February the company announced a $100 million investment from the SoftBank Vision Fund 2.

About Behavox Ltd.

Behavox is the leading, end-to-end Data Operating Platform that enables organizations to aggregate, analyze and act on their internal data. As a high-growth technology company, our mission is to organize and make useful all communications data on Earth. Through advanced analytics and machine learning, Behavox is your organization’s single-entry point for internal data.

Behavox, founded in 2014, is headquartered in New York City, with offices in London, Singapore and Montréal. For more information visit here.

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Behavox Names Prominent Industry Leaders to Board of Directors

 

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Behavox, an end-to-end Data Operating Platform that enables organizations to aggregate, analyze and act on their internal data, today announced its inaugural board of directors.

The board, which is comprised of distinguished leaders from the finance sector, technology industry, and regulatory policy, is chaired by Behavox’s Founder and CEO Erkin Adylov. Other members are:

  • Jeff Diana, former Chief People Officer at Atlassian and SuccessFactors and advisor to multiple high-growth pre-IPO companies
  • Lucio Di Ciaccio, an investment professional at SoftBank Investment Advisers
  • Avi Golan, an operating partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers
  • Michael Piwowar, executive director of the Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets and former commissioner and acting chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

The new board’s formation is the latest corporate development for the fast-growing AI company. In February, Behavox announced a $100 million investment from the SoftBank Vision Fund 2. Diana and Piwowar previously served as advisors to Behavox since January 2019.

“The collective experience of our board members — from regulatory compliance and financial management to fostering employee productivity and corporate cultures — provides us with well-rounded support as we serve more customers in financial and enterprise markets,” Adylov said. “Their counsel and governance will be extremely valuable as Behavox grows at scale.”

In addition to serving as an investor, SoftBank Investment Advisers is among Behavox’s growing customer base, which includes banks like Jefferies, hedge funds like Balyasny Asset Management, mining companies like Anglo American, sovereign wealth funds, private equity firms, and other enterprises.

Adylov said Behavox’s commitment to help businesses manage risk and regulatory compliance aligns with SoftBank Investment Advisers’ emphasis on strong governance as a key metric.

“Corporate governance is part of Behavox’s cultural fabric — from ensuring its own operational integrity to helping customers with theirs,” he said. “Our entire board of directors is committed to a corporate governance model that our people, customers, and investors can be proud of.”

Golan joined SoftBank Investment Advisers as an operating partner supporting its tech and sciences portfolios. He also helps deal teams evaluate potential investments. He brings a breadth of experience in management, establishing corporate vision, and growing companies at scale. Prior to joining SoftBank Investment Advisers, Golan held leadership roles at Google and Intuit before joining Air New Zealand as Chief Digital Officer, where he led the adoption of innovative technologies like Internet of Things, robotic process automation, 3D printing, and AI. He was named 2018 Innovator of the Year by CIO100.

“Behavox is an exciting global enterprise that is developing every day,” Golan said. “It is driving new market standards in realizing its mission to organize all known corporate communications data. Making this data actionable to protect and promote business growth provides tremendous value to Behavox’s customers.”

Di Ciaccio, who has a passion for working with high-growth technology companies, joined SoftBank Investment Advisers in 2017. He is also a Board Member at Gympass and worked on Vision Fund 1’s investment in Automation Anywhere. He was previously an investment professional at The Carlyle Group and before that a PhD student in Aeronautics & Astronautics at MIT.

“Behavox’s application of AI across enterprise communications is cutting-edge,” Di Ciaccio said. “We are confident that our partnership will help fuel the company’s growth, enhance their offering, and expand their value to a wider set of customers in a variety of industries.”

In addition to Softbank Investment Advisers, Behavox is adding significant regulatory expertise to the board. Throughout Piwowar’s distinguished career, he has been at the forefront of policy making and regulatory oversight for protecting investors, safeguarding financial markets, and promoting economic growth and opportunity. Piwowar served as SEC commissioner from 2013 to 2018. He was acting SEC chair in 2017, where he played a major role voting on nearly 5,000 rule-making and enforcement actions.

Diana is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years of experience in the Human Resources space. He specializes in high-growth initiatives at technology and engineering companies. He has a track record of building and scaling high-growth pre-IPO companies globally, creating corporate cultures that thrive and provide true competitive advantage. Diana was Chief People Officer at Atlassian from 2012-2016, where he grew the company from more than 300 to nearly 2,000 employees and drove innovative, market-leading people initiatives that supported growth en route to an IPO in 2015.

About Behavox Ltd.

Behavox is the leading, end-to-end Data Operating Platform that enables organizations to aggregate, analyze and act on their internal data. As a high-growth technology company, our mission is to organize and make useful all communications data on Earth. Through advanced analytics and machine learning, Behavox is your organization’s single entry point for internal data.

Behavox, founded in 2014, is headquartered in New York City, with offices in London, Singapore and Montréal. For more information visit here.

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Behavox Announces $100 Million Investment From Softbank Vision Fund 2

 

NEW YORK, LONDON, & TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Behavox, the world’s only end-to-end Data Operating Platform that enables companies to aggregate, analyze, and act on their entire organization’s data, today announced a $100 million investment from SoftBank Vision Fund 2.1

Powered by machine learning and advanced analytics, Behavox is an organization’s single entry point for all internal data. The software enables organizations to mitigate compliance, cyber and conduct risk, while identifying revenue opportunities in large volumes of communications data.

Behavox is proud to count SoftBank Investment Advisers among its customer base, which also includes banks such as Jefferies, hedge funds such as Balyasny Asset Management, mining companies such as Anglo American, sovereign wealth funds and private equity firms.

In 2019, Behavox increased revenues through a diverse mix of customers from Canada, Japan, Singapore, and the United States. The firm further diversified across industry verticals by adding customers in the technology and energy sectors.

“This investment will allow Behavox to further focus on and invest in the needs of our customers, who are at the heart of everything we do at Behavox,” said Erkin Adylov, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Behavox. “We are excited about being able to bring our software to more customers around the world. We will be making heavy investments in our cutting-edge product and premier customer service, on which we have built our reputation.”

SoftBank Investment Advisers performed extensive due diligence on Behavox prior to making the investment. It started by purchasing the Platform and witnessing the value proposition of Behavox as a user first-hand.

“We believe Behavox is at the forefront of the AI revolution and is driving new market standards for making internal communications data useful to a broad range of users, from compliance to analysis of insider threats, from archiving and data governance to CRM automation,” said Munish Varma, Managing Partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers. “We’ve experienced the incredible insights and sophisticated analysis of the Behavox platform and are firm believers in their mission to organize all corporate communications data on earth to add value for successful companies.”

Following SoftBank Vision Fund 2’s investment, Adylov and key employees remain the largest shareholders in the business, which will continue to prioritize clients and stakeholders alike with a focus on industry-leading execution.

Following the announcement, Behavox is planning a global client roadshow in the coming months. Behavox will be meeting with its clients (and prospects) in all major cities (Singapore, Tokyo, Frankfurt, London, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Montreal and Toronto) to discuss its most recent 2019 results.

1 As of the date of this press release, SoftBank Group Corp. has made capital contributions to allow investments by SoftBank Vision Fund 2 (“SVF 2”) in certain portfolio companies. The information included herein is made for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy limited partnership interests in any fund, including SVF 2. SVF 2 has yet to have an external close, and any potential third-party investors shall receive additional information related to any SVF 2 investments prior to closing.

About Behavox Ltd.

Behavox is the leading, end-to-end Data Operating Platform that enables organizations to aggregate, analyze and act on their internal data. As a high-growth technology company, our mission is to organize and make useful all communications data on Earth. Through advanced analytics and machine learning, Behavox is your organization’s single-entry point for internal data.

Behavox, founded in 2014, is headquartered in New York City, with offices in London, Singapore and Montréal. For more information visit here.

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Behavox Joins All-Star Cast of Companies Nominated for Prestigious Awards

NEW YORK–September 09, 2019–Behavox, an enterprise People Analytics software company that provides holistic employee supervision solutions and improves productivity 100x, has been nominated for multiple prestigious awards for its industry-leading software and machine learning offering – joining a slate of nominees that includes some of the world’s most successful and prestigious companies.

Together with fellow contenders including Bloomberg, L.P. and Broadridge Financial Solutions, Behavox is vying for “Best Data Management Solution” in the 2019 Fund Intelligence Operations and Services Awards, and against EY, Refinitiv and Broadridge for “Best Risk Management Solution.”

Winners will be announced on October 10.

Erkin Adylov, Founder and CEO of Behavox, said, “We couldn’t be more honored or humbled to be on the nominee list next to some of the world’s most successful enterprises. This is an especially great honor for our team around the world, whose work every day is helping our clients transform the productivity and performance of their companies.”

About Behavox Ltd.
Behavox is the fast growing, pioneering People Analytics company that helps organizations transform behavior in the workplace. Where others see mountains of data, we see behavioral signals hidden in big data. Making sense of these signals is the true driver of competitive differentiation and performance.

Today’s workplace has become a vast and complex digital domain – where the success, risks and failures of organizations are contained within an invisible digital factory. The key problem facing management teams is discovering, promoting, and scaling employee behaviors that drive success. Our Behavioral OS mines behavioral signals inside the digital workplace and presents actionable insights to management teams, turning them into superhumans who can transform productivity and performance.

Behavox increases productivity 100x – which is why organizations large and small are joining the People Analytics movement. Be among the first to drive your business with Behavioral OS.

Behavox is headquartered in New York City, with offices in London, Singapore, Montreal and San Francisco. For more information and to learn about 100x, visit here.

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Behavox Expands European Presence With New London Office

London, July 24,2019 – Behavox, a leading artificial intelligence data analytics firm, announced today an expansion of its European business and the opening of a new office in London that will serve as regional headquarters. The office is located in the London central district of Lambeth.

Behavox is a global enterprise with its worldwide headquarters located in New York City, with offices in Singapore, Montréal, London, and San Francisco – and plans to open more field offices in Hong Kong, Korea, and Tokyo.

“Behavox has developed into a truly global business and the needs of our clients are borderless,” said Erkin Adylov, Founder and CEO of Behavox. “Europe, in particular, is key to our continued growth – we have clients who are in active discussions with financial institutions from virtually every western European nation. Behavox is working with these firms to use the power of AI to help them understand, analyze and interpret the attitudes and actions taking place within their walls.”

When at full capacity, the London office will employ at least 100 individuals, most of whom will be engineers and technology professionals working on Behavox’s industry-leading enterprise data analytics platform, currently used by some of the world’s largest banks, broker-dealers and hedge funds.

About Behavox Ltd.
Behavox is the fast growing, pioneering People Analytics company that helps organizations transform behavior in the workplace. Where others see mountains of data, we see behavioral signals hidden in big data. Making sense of these signals is the true driver of competitive differentiation and performance.

Today’s workplace has become a vast and complex digital domain – where the success, risks and failures of organizations are contained within an invisible digital factory. The key problem facing management teams is discovering, promoting, and scaling employee behaviors that drive success. Our Behavioral OS mines behavioral signals inside the digital workplace and presents actionable insights to management teams. Organizations large and small are joining the People Analytics movement. Be among the first to drive your business with Behavioral OS.

Behavox is headquartered in New York City, with offices in London, Singapore, Montreal and San Francisco. For more information, visit here.

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