Hubert Charles Delany
Hubert Delany’s career as a technology executive, industry analyst, software engineer, consultant, and entrepreneur spans over thirty-five years of the computer industry. He is the creator of the Replevin Transaction Server (RTS) legal process management system used by Con Edison, New York City's power company and one of the largest utilities in the world. Under his company ExoTool, LLC Mr. Delany developed the ExoTool™ AI-enabled web-based Rapid Mobile Application Development (RMAD) System that dramatically reduces the time and expense associated with full-stack web and mobile software development.
Mr. Delany has served as CTO of multiple of software companies Backweb Technologies, CALM Energy, Inc., including G2X (Navagate), Inc, DeliverEx, and Onyx Sciences Corporation. Mr. Delany served as Vice President of Equity Research at Lazard Freres, providing investment guidance and strategy advice to institutional software investors and advising on corporate mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Delany also served as Research Director of the Gartner Group, where he was an advisor to IT executives across the Fortune 1000 in the areas of High-Performance Computing, Advanced Technologies and Internet Strategy. The first Gartner analyst to use the Internet, he was instrumental in launching Gartner Group’s Internet Strategies service. An expert in graphics and visualization for SIMD massively parallel supercomputers, Business Process Management, and Peer to Peer networking, Mr. Delany is an author of numerous patents and publications and has worked with many of the foremost research institutions and government laboratories in the world. His work has been featured in such publications as Supercomputing Review, Scientific American, and Time Magazine; at major industry conferences, and before key government audiences including the U.S. Congressional Institute for the Future.
Mr. Delany holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT (’86) and attended graduate studies at MIT’s Media Laboratory. He served on the faculty of the Columbia University as Director of Technology Development for the Center for Computational Learning Systems, a research group focused on AI and Machine Learning. His organization affiliations include the CTO Club of New York City, Stamford Yacht Club, Oceanie Sailing Foundation (Founder and Executive Director), Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, and the Free and Accepted Masons of New York.