Cloudfind was founded in 2011, with a fresh vision for how to make it easier for teams to work with information in via the cloud era.
Building on years of experience as both users and designers of enterprise information management systems, Cloudfind set out to solve the problems that characterize the modern enterprise: too much information, fragmented silos, and high cost of IT ownership.
The result is a unique, powerful approach to enabling greater efficiency.
Cloudfind learns from pre-existing content and structures to discover topics of relevance, then groups related files together into virtual collections: projects, customers, initiatives, document types, statuses, product lines, and more.
This approach makes it easy to tap into relevant material, through any dimension, delivering the right material in just a few clicks.
With Cloudfind, the business is back in control – not the systems.
Co-Founder & CEO
A serial entrepreneur with expertise in finance, engineering, and technology, Glenn is the energetic force behind Cloudfind. After leaving the FX Options team at Barclays he started driving rapid innovation at different deep tech startups. One of them was oneDrum, a collaboration and data synchronization platform that was sold to Yammer a few months before it was acquired by Microsoft for $1.2 billion. Another one was MapleBird, a startup operating at the cutting edge of unmanned aerial vehicles research and insect robotics.
Founder & CSO
Sebastian is the visionary behind Cloudfind’s intelligent tagging technology. A former lead for Knowledge Management at Deloitte Consulting, Sebastian has years of experience of the challenges surrounding cloud storage and file management. Cranfield MBA qualified, Sebastian previously held roles at Cramer Systems (later Amdocs) and Convergys, telecoms software start-ups who were sold for a combined value of $1 billion.
Mike has 30 years’ experience in investment management and particular expertise in technology.He is Chairman of Thorium Technology Investors, a technology angel investment group and a Non-Executive Director of Frontier IP which commercialises research from universities. He was CEO , founder and Chief Investment Officer of , Reabourne Technology Investment Management Limited, a global specialist technology investment group until it was acquired by Close Brothers Plc. For nine years until 2009, he was a member of the techMARK Advisory Committee.