As Indigo’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Gerard oversees the engineering and product organizations, as well as the product development best practices, ensuring seamless integration across software platforms and data systems.

Gerard Keating has led global high-caliber engineering, program management, product, and operations teams, most recently at DataXu and Enpocket (acquired by Nokia). At DataXu, Gerard led the company’s engineering, operational, and product functions from inception, in 2009, through 2016. DataXu was ranked #1 Demand-Side Platform in 2011 and 2015 by Forrester Wave. At Dataxu and Enpocket, he established all product and engineering best practices. He has led multiple due diligence and cross-functional post-acquisition integration processes, most recently at DataXu to accelerate European and South American expansion. As CTO at Enpocket, Gerard was directly responsible for the sale and implementation of Enpocket’s flagship carrier-grade mobile advertising platform to Sprint, ultimately leading to an acquisition by Nokia.

Gerard has a B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Wesleyan University and a M.S. in Computer Science from Boston University.

"Being part of such a great team of dedicated leaders who are all focused on the goal to sustainably feed the planet, as well as having the opportunity to create Indigo’s software platform to leverage IoT-scale data and data sciences to drive highly informed decisions on behalf of our customers, compelled me to want to be part of such an innovative and disruptive company."