Marc Brungger Joins Tourmaline Labs as CEO

By Ken Briodagh September 21, 2017

Tourmaline Labs, a provider of driving behavior and Artificial Intelligence(AI)-based mobility platforms, today announced that Marc Brungger has joined the company as its new Chief Executive Officer. This transition coincides with the company receiving substantial reinvestment from ClearVision Equity Partners and the expansion of its user base to over 150 countries, and aligns with the strategic acceleration of Tourmaline Labs’ mass commercialization of its AI platform. Brungger officially started with the company on September 5.

“There’s no greater privilege in business than to be asked to lead a company that is at the forefront of technology and in a position to transform an entire industry,” said Brungger. “What makes this opportunity particularly special is being able to be a part of an incredibly bright and skilled hi-tech team, which has developed a revolutionary artificial intelligence-based mobility platform.”

As Tourmaline Labs’ CEO, Brungger will invest additional resources into the company’s technology platform, as well as to deepen its sales and service capabilities, all in preparation for the next phase of explosive growth of the company and the industry. Another area of keen focus for Brungger includes expanding customer support and establishing a much more streamlined and automated customer onboarding process. Combined, these investments will enable Tourmaline Labs to meet the increased demand for its solutions and services with timely and efficient delivery, as well as great customer service.

“Our customers are our number one priority,” said Brungger. “Every member of the Tourmaline Labs team, myself included, remains committed to actively seeking our customers’ ongoing input and feedback on our platform, products, and services to ensure we continue to deliver the unprecedented value they seek.”

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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