New ComplySci CEO Outlines Plans for Platform Expansion, Growth

Jean-Marc Levy tells WatersTechnology that the vendor will build more predictive tools to monitor employees, expand into Europe and expand beyond financial services.

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Jean-Marc Levy, CEO of ComplySci

Levy joins from ethics and compliance solutions provider LRN, where he served as president. He also worked at the New York Stock Exchange for over three years and has more than 20 years in various roles in the information services industry. Mattes has spent the last year as a consultant. Prior to that, he served as game developer Atari's CFO for two years.

ComplySci is also a rebranded name. It was formerly known as Compliance Science.

Room for Growth

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