Jeff Morris brings a world of marketing experience to Neo4j as head of product marketing. At Neo4j, he leads product, solutions, customer, content and partner marketing. He’s anxious and excited to expose enterprise IT organizations to the world of graphs technology.
He believes data connections and relationships are the secret sauce for the next generation of revenue-generating applications. If your organization is thinking about building smart shopping carts, traversing social relationships, interconnecting things on the Internet, finding unusual behavioral patterns or entering the world of artificial intelligence, machine learning or predictive analytics, then Jeff would like you to consider Neo4j, the original graph database, for those projects.
Jeff is married to writer and ghostwriter, Lori Marshall. They live in San Francisco and San Rafael, CA. He paints for fun and the necessity to put art on the wall, and they love live music.
Latest Posts by Jeff Morris
Jun 18, 2018
6 mins read
From LinkedIn to Facebook to Google, top companies are driving their businesses using graphs. And use cases span industries as well. What those new to graph technology may not understand is that creating a graph does not require starting from scratch. Existing data stores, such as data lakes and... read more
Jun 11, 2018
4 mins read
Your data is inherently valuable, but until you connect it, that value is largely hidden. Those data relationships give your applications an integrated view that powers real-time, higher-order insights traditional technology cannot deliver. In this series, we'll examine how investments in... read more
Jun 05, 2018
5 mins read
The value of data comes from an organization’s ability to understand it in relation to other data. By itself, data offers finite value. When connected, data’s value is infinite. Case in point: There’s a difference between knowing that a customer bought a child’s winter coat and... read more
Oct 31, 2017
4 mins read
As part of the Neo4j Graph Platform announced at GraphConnect New York last week, we are excited to announce the general availability release of the Neo4j Graph Database version 3.3. At the heart of the Graph Platform is the native graph database itself, which has a number of release-defining... read more
Oct 24, 2017
11 mins read
Today at GraphConnect New York, Neo4j has announced our transformation from the provider of a graph database into the creator of a graph platform. We are making this change to address the evolving needs of customers in their deployment of Neo4j, in both needing to interoperate within a complex... read more