AlphaSense Adds Kevin Broom, Robert Magri to Advance Firm's Tech

Broom will serve as EVP of product development while Magri has been named chief content officer.


Broom will serve as the executive vice president of product development. Magri has taken the role of chief content officer. Both will report to Jack Kokko, AlphaSense founder and CEO.

Broom comes from Yahoo! EMEA where he was most recently EMEA search general manager responsible for business operations, product management and analytics. He also was a program director for search and directional media at AOL.

Magri was most recently global head of content acquisition and strategic alliances at S&P Global. He also held various roles at FactSet Research Systems, State Street Global Advisors, Fidelity Investments and OneSource.

"Enhancing our core search technology with rich new functionality and a broader database of content are our top focus areas in expanding the AlphaSense information edge to an even broader audience," said Kokko in a statement. "Both Kevin and Bob bring incredible knowledge in their domains that, in tandem with an impressive existing team, will further accelerate the development of AlphaSense as the preeminent search engine for knowledge professionals."


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