Our mission is to build technology that tackles today’s proliferation of data. To offer products that analyse, contextualise and bring meaning to any kind of information.
We want our customers to spend less time collecting and searching data, and more time on learning, discovering and making better-informed decisions. We want you to know more, faster.
Silobreaker was founded in 2005 on a vision that as data volumes grow exponentially, intelligence won’t come from access to data but from sense-making technology that cuts through the noise and supports the human analysis required to interpret and understand the world around us.
We are a founder-led, non-VC funded company. We operate out of London, where we are headquartered, and Stockholm, where our engineering team is located. Together we develop and provide sophisticated and powerful intelligence products that are being used by customers in the corporate, government, military and financial services sectors worldwide.
Silobreaker’s leadership team combines expertise from working with and developing intelligence solutions.
Kristofer entered the technology industry in 2000 when he took on the role of acting CEO for an early stage technology venture in Stockholm owned by OMX and the Boston Consulting Group. Before the millennium he spent 15 years in Financial Services as Vice-President at Salomon Brothers and Managing Director of AIG Financial Products, both in London. He holds a Master of Science degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Stockholm School of Economics.
After working as a Systems Architect for Swedish internet consultancy FramFab, Per left in 2001 to pursue the development of an information retrieval and text-mining technology that subsequently became the core engine powering Silobreaker. Per holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Linköping Institute of Technology in Sweden, specialising in Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence. Part of his academic degree was completed at The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia), where he spent a year as a Postgraduate Student.
Joakim has 25 years of experience as a developer and architect of business intelligence and database decision support solutions for corporate clients, including Spotify, H&M, The Absolut Company and Pfizer. He’s an expert on decision support systems, OLAP and massive-scale databases.
Mats founded intelligence & advisory firm Infosphere AB in 1999, a company he still owns alongside Silobreaker. Prior to this he served 3 years as Knowledge Manager for McKinsey Scandinavia and operated in numerous capacities within the Swedish Military & Security Services, notably as its Head of Open Source Intelligence. This position saw Mats honoured with the Swedish Royal War Academy silver medal for the initiation of Open Source Intelligence in Sweden.