True Fit Hires Chief Analytics Officer

True Fit has hired a new chief analytics officer, Christopher Moore. In this new role, Moore will lead True Fit's data science and analytics teams, advancing True Fit's patented algorithms, evolving the company's Confidence Engine™, which provides personalized recommendations to millions of consumers, and advancing True Fit's rich analytics dashboards for industry partners.

"We're thrilled to welcome Chris to our team. His data science pedigree is exceptional, and his successful track record leveraging data in creative and powerful ways to solve challenging problems has consistently delivered huge value for people and organizations. We're excited that True Fit gives him a chance to return to his retail & fashion industry roots, after an amazing career serving and learning in many verticals. He brings vast data science leadership experience to our team with vision and excellence. And like all who join our team, his impeccable values and integrity match his intellectual rigor," said William R. Adler, CEO, True Fit.

Moore said, "I'm thrilled to be joining a team of outstanding innovators, and excited to build on the remarkable foundation of machine learning technology and rich data that has been built here. It's great to join a platform that is already being used by an enthusiastic network of over a thousand top brands, leading retailers, and millions of consumers. That's a lot of really great data to work with. And it's already driving impressive results in market, benefiting consumers, brands, and retailers alike."

After receiving his Ph.D. in physics from MIT, Chris has spent the last 20 years converting massive data-based problems into both great experiences for end users and valuable, tangible economic results for organizations. His experience combines leading roles at ProfitLogic (acquired by Oracle), where he developed optimal pricing strategies and business optimization solutions for apparel retailers; the Broad Institute (MIT/Harvard collaboration), TransForm (acquired by J&J) / Gates Foundation, and most recently venture-backed CargoMetrics, where he was chief scientist building proprietary investment models.
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