Greg Miller | Executive Director Faethm.ai

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Faethm is a fast-growth and globally unique SaaS AI platform - the world’s data source for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.  Faethm blends proprietary analytics with client data to predict the impact of emerging technology on any job, workforce, company, industry, location or economy.  This enables companies and governments to answer two burning questions: (1) which emerging technologies will have the biggest impact on my organisation and when; plus (2) how will this impact manifest itself across my workforce - the Automation, Augmentation and Addition across roles, orgs, locations, gender and age.

Launched in late 2017, Faethm is already used by over 50 leading companies and governments spanning 17 Industries & 10 countries. Faethm is also one of sixteen companies globally to be invited by the World Economic Forum to join their Centre for the 4th Industrial Revolution in San Francisco.

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Greg Miller is the Executive Director of Faethm responsible for global growth and partner ecosystem.  

Greg’s 23-year career in the IT industry has spanned Silicon Valley start-ups & Australasia multinationals.  Previously Greg worked at SAP where he held the roles of Chief Operating Officer and VP & GM Global Partner Operations, ANZ.  Prior to that, Greg held senior roles at Unisys, PeopleSoft, Siebel Systems & Oracle.

He is a passionate believer that results are driven by highly engaged people and that the highest level of engagement is achieved when you connect those individuals with the communities in which they live and work.  As such, Greg has a strong interest in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) having led both PeopleSoft & SAP’s CSR programs. He remains a National Ambassador and advocate for The Australia Indigenous Education Foundation and The Smith Family.

Greg also chairs the Young ICT Explorers youth STEM program and sits on the Global Access Partners STEM Taskforce, both part of an Australia-wide push to restore the focus, and increase student uptake of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subjects in primary and secondary schools across the country.  Most recently he founded The STEM Network, a community of industry leaders (Westpac, PWC, Telstra, IBM, TCS and others) joined in a public-private partnership whose purpose is to ensure young Australians have an interest in STEM careers and are equipped with the necessary STEM skills and knowledge they need to succeed.