RelayiQ
Company

RelayiQ bridges the AI, ML, RPA and process mining doability gap with a seamless, no-code, end-user centric, hyperautomation platform.

Our vision

What if custom apps could detect anomalies in your data and business processes and automatically prescribe actions or start automated remediation?

The traditional enterprise relationship with data is broken. RelayiQ is transforming this relationship by empowering analysts and automation experts to move beyond creating dashboards and simple BOT processes to develop and deploy their own sophisticated automation apps. These apps can pull data from various data sources, leverage their existing BI and RPA tools, and create prescribed notifications or automations for delivery to the entire workforce to drive timely intelligent action.

Technology Partners

We’re proud to be aligned with like-minded innovators committed to democratizing empowering AI technologies.

We are committed to long-term partnerships and have worked with some of the world’s best data and AI technology organizations. We’re proud to be associated with these innovators and look forward to ushering in a new era of hyperautomation with them.

Who We Are

WE’RE ALL-IN ON HUMANOLOGY.


Humanology from RelayiQ is a commitment to blend the best technologies into the human experience to accelerate progress that benefits the world. As we explore and manifest new hyperautomation solutions, we never lose sight of that success equation’s human aspect. The goal of Humanology is to continue to complement our and our clients’ teams with technologies that create hyper-efficiencies and predictable momentum. We’re all-in on Humanology because we’re all-in with championing the pioneering companies and individuals we’re proud to support.

And when I have seen the last 20 plus years in the technology space is. A fast evolution of people wanting to leverage technology to get. More efficient, more effective, go faster and make smarter decisions. We tend to get arguably overly enamored with technology. I think that’s certainly the case with automation as well.

In the beginning of my career, automation was all about using computers as fancy calculators. Taking a bunch of numbers and crunching them together and putting them into a spreadsheet or a file so that they can be further processed by a human. Oftentimes taking weeks or months to do that further processing.

Technology seems easy to leverage in your day job to make better decisions. But I’m not seeing anyone really take hold of the technology that they can leverage to become smarter and faster. What I’ve seen is most people struggle, even with simple things.

And there is this aspect of automation where people are really concerned about being disintermediated from their business processes or. They’re worried about jobs going away. And certainly when it comes to those kinds of mundane tasks that are just as easy to perform by some sort of software,.

I talked to I don’t know now a few hundred companies in the last couple of years on this topic and they’ve implemented some kind of technology with a whole vision, making the workforce smarter. And what happens is it all falls on the floor. They Automate something, but they don’t know where to go next.

I know that the machine should be able to do this, but I don’t really have the wherewithal or the knowledge to know how to get the machine to do it for me.

And that’s only the failure so far in this technology evolution we’ve gone through, which is accelerating every day. It is this last piece of how do I operationalize this new technology automation machine learning buzzwords of AI, RPA?

And so I think the industry overall has been very focused on technology, rightly so. But people still play a very big part in an organization’s success. And that’s what we do.

I think of Humanology as this new field. Whereby humans can really focus on their work. Focus on their relationships. Focus on the complex decisions that they need to make. Letting the machine and the bots and the algorithms do more of the repetitive work, I love the term Humanology. The human has to be involved. And the trick is, how do you make the human smarter to go faster with the right decision for the company?

And so I think the industry overall has been very focused on technology, rightly so. But people still play a very big part in an organization’s success. And that’s what we do.

And that’s what I love about Humanology, is that it leaves that space for humans while there is still automation. And it’s not just about leaving a little space, it’s about leaving that desired space. For humans to fill where they want to fill it and removing all of the undesired work.

There is no replacement for human intuition and judgment. Far more of what I think technology and the world of technology will be is how to coexist with that technology,

How to coax the most out of that technology, not necessarily to use that technology to replace the functions that people serve. I am fully committed to Humanology to help that change of how people work and act and evolve. Fully committed.

We strive to live our vision

Here’s proof that an organization’s vision can be lofty and pragmatic all at the same time.


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We’re humanologists

We believe the mindful application of technology is the catalyst for human advancement. As we move into an era of increased automation, we believe that AI does not represent an offset to the workforce, but instead is an empowering complement.


2

We’re committed

We’re driven to move humanity forward with innovation and a commitment to celebrate the process. Our thirst for knowledge, new technologies, intelligent processes, and positive problem-solving is unrelenting. We wouldn’t have it any other way.


3

We’re inclusive

As a global company, we see the world as our community. We celebrate diversity and strive to elevate each individual to the peak of their potential. We do not avoid conflict because we recognize it as a gateway to communication, resolution, progress and momentum.


4

We’re creative

As a unique organization, we can’t help but approach challenges from unique perspectives. We’ve learned to trust our creative instincts to provide proactive insight and innovative 4 solution-oriented responses to any obstacle.


5

We support communities

We champion a global community comprised of many local ones. We strive to support each one with resources to foster both education and inclusion with the intent of advancing our civilization 5 to its potential.


Leadership

Our executive team has a proven leadership record across the AI, BI, and automation technology continuum.

Executive Team

Brian Borack

CEO

Executive Team

Anthony Chamberas

Technology

Executive Team

Bruce Templeton

Sales

Executive Team

Megan Cadena

Marketing

Executive Team

Vadim Malai

Engineering

Executive Team

Peter Sargent

Product Management

Brian Borack

CEO

Brain Borack is the General Manager of RelayiQ, an Astreya affiliate company. With over 20 years of experience in enterprise software and services, he leads the organization in simplifying the experience of building, deploying and distributing AI-powered, hyperautomation applications. Brian holds a BA from the University of Michigan and an MBA in Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies from the University of Texas at Austin.

Anthony Chamberas

Technology

Anthony is Co-founder and Vice President of Technology for RelayiQ, an Astreya affiliate company. He founded RelayiQ when it became clear to him that traditional BI tools were not delivering on the promise of data and analytics. Anthony has over 25 years of experience applying technology and data science to solve business problems across a number of industries. He holds a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Boston University and an MS in Operations Research from Stanford University.

Bruce Templeton

Sales

Bruce Templeton is Vice President of Sales at RelayiQ, an Astreya affiliate company. A Silicon Valley based technical sales and business development professional and entrepreneur, he is recognized for successfully prospecting and closing regional and global sales opportunities in each phase of the maturity cycle in SaaS, enterprise software, hardware, and services. Bruce holds a BS in Business from San Jose State University.

Megan Cadena

Marketing

Megan leads RelayiQ's marketing team. With many years in the IT Professional and product space, Megan leads with a passion for building relationships between brands and customers through the combination of technology and communications. She has many specialities including digital strategy, graphic design, partnership engagement and sales enablement. With a Master’s in Education, she is a firm believer in the impact a strong and genuine narrative has in creating lifelong connections, whether in relationships, products or people.

Vadim Malai

Engineering

Vadim Malai is Head of Engineering at RelayiQ, an affiliate Astreya company. A tech enthusiast with over 10 years of experience in building solutions for mid and enterprise-grade companies, he applies technology and data science to solve business problems across a number of industries. He holds a BS in Information Technology from the Technical University of Moldova.

Peter Sargent

Product Management

Peter Sargent is the product lead at RelayiQ, an Astreya affiliate company. Peter is a hands-on, data-focused product leader (and patent holder) with 20 years of product management, strategy, and research experience. He has a significant track record of major product launches in both start-up and Fortune 25 organizations. He has also directly managed data analytics and BI departments. He holds a BS from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an MBA in Marketing from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Advisors

RelayiQ’s advisory board brings diverse experience from both the private and public sectors to our organization.

Board of Directors

Jeffrey Freeland

Investor / Advisor

Board of Directors

Jim Milde

Advisor

Board of Directors

Ivan Batanov

Senior Vice President Of Engineering at Tealium

Board of Directors

Ron Green

Co-Founder and CTO at Kungfu.ai

Jeffrey Freeland

Investor / Advisor

Jeff is no stranger to rapidly changing environments. In fact, he’s the one you’ll see early on the scene and leading the charge. He’s passionate about discovering unmet market needs and putting the resources together to address pressing business challenges.

Jim Milde

Advisor

Financial Advisor to high net worth individuals, small businesses and family offices. Member of an experienced high impact team, leveraging 30 years of broad based Business, Finance and Technology experience within the financial and insurance industries. Strong leadership and vision with significant experience in business strategy development (acquisitions/divestitures), customer operations, information technology. Prior board director for public financial services companies and non-profit university. Advisory board member for Astreya and RelayiQ.

Ivan Batanov

Senior Vice President Of Engineering at Tealium

With over 25 years of industry experience, Ivan Batanov has extensive expertise in strategy, product management, and software development, and a rare blend of business acumen, leadership, and technical expertise. He currently manages the engineering organization at Tealium. Before Tealium, he was a Chief Technology Officer at Kyriba - the leading treasury management SaaS provider. Prior to Kyriba, Ivan led a world-class engineering development, infrastructure, and service engineering organization at ServiceNow, Microsoft, and Yahoo.

Ron Green

Co-Founder and CTO at Kungfu.ai

A serial technology entrepreneur and an expert in machine learning, Ron Green has built several successful companies and worked in telecom, biotech, e-commerce, social media, and healthcare. He is Chief Technology Officer at Kungfu.ai and was most recently CEO and founder of Thrive Technologies (acquired by CLOUD), a mobile healthcare startup. Prior to Thrive, Ron ran software development at Ziften Technologies, Powered (acquired by Dachis Group), and Visible Genetics (acquired by Bayer). Ron holds an MSc with Distinction in Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems from the University of Sussex, and a degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas.