At its 2018 Builders + Innovators Summit, Goldman Sachs will honor C3.ai CEO Thomas M. Siebel as one of the “100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs” for his tremendous contributions to economic growth and job creation.
Goldman Sachs is recognizing Siebel among the world’s great entrepreneurs who build enduring companies that reshape industries and drive progress through innovation.
With four decades in the information technology industry, Siebel has a proven track record of creating and leading industry-defining companies that apply disruptive new technologies to innovative and transformative business software solutions. He has consistently succeeded at building companies with world-class management teams and business ecosystems, and that deliver outsized returns to investors.
At C3.ai, Siebel is focused on running a rapidly growing, profitable, cash-positive business driving digital transformation at many of the world’s leading organizations. In the last year, C3.ai sustained record bookings growth, expanded business operations globally, established partnerships with the leading cloud providers, and introduced transformative AI applications that demonstrate significant social and economic benefit, such as chronic disease prediction in healthcare, anti-money laundering in financial services, predictive maintenance in aerospace, dynamic inventory optimization in discrete manufacturing, and yield optimization in process manufacturing.
With proven technology and an impressive global customer roster, C3.ai is rapidly establishing a global leadership position in the software market for AI and IoT applications, which is estimated to exceed $250 billion by 2025.
For more than 145 years, Goldman Sachs has been helping entrepreneurs fund and grow their businesses. The seventh annual Builders + Innovators Summit, to be held this October at the Four Seasons Biltmore Resort in Santa Barbara, California, will convene emerging and seasoned entrepreneurs from a diverse range of industries to share insights about building innovative businesses.