Experienced SaaS and solutions management veteran joins team of former community bank executives.

KlariVis, a unique and proprietary data analytics software platform developed by bankers for bankers, has named Michele Wright, product manager. In this role, Wright facilitates and manages all aspects of product development including the management and evolution of the product roadmap, soliciting input from all stakeholders to identify new, relevant features and services, as well as the overall distribution of the platform. Created by bankers, for bankers, KlariVis compiles and aggregates high-value, actionable data in an automated fashion, enabling financial institutions to make more strategic and profitable decisions.

Wright is an experienced leader in creating and evolving software as a service (SaaS)-based solution. Prior to joining KlariVis, Wright was a product manager providing cyber security solutions to the energy industry, championing a Client Advisory Group to ensure all products developed were built with a key customer focus. Additionally, Wright has extensive experience with business and employee development and consultation and strategic planning in several departments such as product development, project management, quality assurance and more.

“I’m excited to join KlariVis during this pivotal time for the company,” Wright said. “As more and more organizations start their journey with KlariVis, I look forward to easing their transition, developing strong partnerships and working firsthand to assist them access their data to make more timely and informed business decisions.”

KlariVis enables banks of all sizes to make data-driven decisions across their entire organization by providing improved and timely insight into the factors that drive loan, deposit and revenue growth. The unique interactive, multi-dimensionality of KlariVis provides bankers the ability to quickly view their bank, branch, market, officer, product and customer information in a holistic manner.

Snyder continued, “Michele has a proven track record of delivering SaaS solutions successfully, and we are grateful to have her expertise as we continue introducing KlariVis to the market. Banks today have tremendous amounts of customer, market, product and services data but finding the most efficient way to leverage, access and use it effectively continues to be a challenge. Michele’s experience will be crucial as we work with financial institutions to help them understand the power and leverage the data they have.”

Wright has been instrumental on previous technology projects with the U.S. Department of Energy and the Department of Defense. She was on two North American Electric Reliability Corporation Critical Infrastructure Protection Committee Working Groups and has received multiple industry certifications. In her free time Wright initiates local community forums for software developers and product owners.

KlariVis provides a clear vision by automatically integrating, aggregating and analyzing transformative data in an easy to understand format. The platform will officially launch in January 2020 but has several beta banks in production.