Thomas DelVecchio, Founder of ETR and Aptiviti, Joins Paragon Intel Board of Advisors

Industry-leading software firm now looks to scale its leading library of data and interviews about CEOs, quantifying how executives impact future company performance

Paragon Intel, a New York-based management analysis startup, has appointed Thomas DelVecchio to its Board of Advisors.

DelVecchio, an expert in primary research and technology, brings 20 years of industry experience to the Paragon team. 

DelVecchio is currently an active angel investor & advisor. He is launching an investment acceleration platform later this year. Previously, he was the founder and CEO of Enterprise Technology Research (ETR) and Aptiviti, a data-driven market research firm & 360° due-diligence platform. He brings knowledge and expertise that is particularly relevant to the next phase of Paragon's growth.

"I am excited to help shape the Paragon research roadmap with its leadership team, as well as strengthen its current offerings," said DelVecchio. "Paragon's ManagementTrack solution transforms its proprietary data and content into actionable insights. As Paragon's executive and leadership profile library grows, the more Paragon Intel will become a 'must have' resource for investment professionals participating in public and private markets. Paragon's research product roadmap will provide competitive distance, cementing itself as a resource."

"Tom brings a wealth of startup experience and a track record of success - as both an operator and investor. We are thrilled to have Tom on our advisory board," said Ty Popplewell, Paragon Intel's CEO.

About Paragon Intel
Paragon Intel has the leading library of in-depth interviews about CEOs and the most sophisticated analytics database on every public company executive. Through a proven process linking executive analysis with company performance, Paragon Intel enables the world's top asset managers to consistently produce outperforming longs and shorts across dozens of sectors.

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Source: Paragon Intel