Tamarack Technology Adds Fisher as Senior Data Engineer for AI Solutions Team



Tamarack Technology, a provider of artificial intelligence-based automation and business intelligence software designed for the equipment finance industry, expanded its AI solutions team with the addition of Jeremy Fisher as a senior data engineer. Fisher will focus on increasing the company’s data integration, structured storage and analysis capabilities, integrating equipment finance software in Tamarack’s AI and machine learning product suite.

“More than ever, the equipment finance industry recognizes the important role that data has in helping companies achieve new performance metrics, from increasing efficiency to reducing risk to capital,” Scott Nelson, president and chief digital officer at Tamarack Technology, said. “In Jeremy’s previous roles, he was able to help his companies drive benefits from data analysis. At Tamarack, his talents will help our clients unlock and realize the full potential that exists in data.”

Fisher joined Tamarack from Robins Kaplan, where he served as a financial systems and database administrator, working with vendors to integrate systems into the company’s new CRM system. He was also responsible for automating complex financial reporting tasks into SSRS. Prior to this role, Fisher worked as a business system analyst and application support analyst at Comm-Works (now New Era Technology). He began his career at CaptionMax, where for more than 16 years, he held roles with increasing responsibility, ending his time there as a business analyst.


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