Telenyze Inc. appoints Cisco veteran Gordon Feller to Advisory Board
Telenyze Inc., a Silicon Valley based telematics, IOT and vehicle analytics startup pleased to announce the appointment of Gordon Feller to its Advisory Board.
Gordon serves as a consultant to Cisco focused on Internet of Things and Talent. From 2010-2016, Feller was the Director of Urban Innovation at Cisco Systems headquarters in Silicon Valley. Prior to joining Cisco, Feller was the CEO of Urban Age Institute, an international non-profit research and training organization which began inside the World Bank and spun off in 2001. For 30 years, Gordon has advised on economic and technology issues with leaders of multinational companies, cities, NGOs, foundations, and national governments. His clients have included The World Bank, UN, German and Canadian national governments, The Rockefeller Foundation, IBM, Reuters, Metropolis, United Cities & Local Governments, among others. He’s published hundreds of articles including in CFO Magazine, Urban Land Magazine, TIME, Financial Times. He was appointed as an Abe Fellow by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership.
He received Bachelors and a Masters (cum laude) degree from Columbia University. At Columbia he served as a Lehman Fellow, a Wallach Fellow and a Dean’s Fellow. He serves as a Fellow at the Urban Sustainability Lab within the Smithsonian Institution’s Wilson Center. He is Co-Founder of Meeting of the Minds http://meetingoftheminds.org
Telenyze Analytics platform gathers data from vehicles and mobile phones to help vehicle and fleet owners and auto service providers understand issues with a vehicle, what services needed and appropriate service offerings as a problem is detected even before taking the car to a shop or sending out road side help. Please visit www.telenyze.com to learn more and contact us.