Jack Berkowitz

Jack Berkowitz

Chief Data Officer, ADP

Jack Berkowitz is Chief Data Officer for ADP, where he is responsible for ADP’s vision and approach to Artificial Intelligence, and the development of cloud-native machine learning solutions that span across ADP’s HCM product suites. With data across ADP’s population of nearly 30 million employee records in the U.S., ADP has a unique position in the market to deliver unmatched insights to clients.

Jack Berkowitz joined ADP in August 2018 as the Senior Vice President of Product Development for ADP® DataCloud, ADP’s people analytics and compensation benchmarking solution. Jack came to ADP from Oracle, where he was Vice President, Products and Data Science for Oracle’s Adaptive Intelligence program. In this role, he oversaw the market, technical and sales strategy for Oracle’s suite of next generation intelligent applications, combining web-data, data science and platform cloud computing. Previously, he oversaw product strategy for analytics in Oracle’s Cloud Applications, and product management and strategy for Oracle’s Analytics portfolio.

Prior to Oracle, Jack spent 20 years in both product development and implementation of intelligent information systems, most recently involved in Web-scale search and recommendation systems, data-driven applications, and the Semantic Web. He has been on the executive team of four startups involved in search, reasoning or meta-data driven applications (Attivio, Siderean, Cerebra, and Reef Software) and he co-founded edapta, which enabled dynamic user interfaces and personalization for mobile and web clients. Berkowitz has delivered solutions with a wide range of Global 50 clients from Financial Services, Consumer Web, and Healthcare. Early in his career, he was involved with DARPA and FAA sponsored programs for user-experience and intelligent systems, FAA Aviation Security, and the certification of the B777 flight deck.

Jack has a master's degree in industrial engineering and operations research from Virginia Tech, and a bachelor's degree in psychology from the College of William and Mary.

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