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Gabrielle Lukianchuk

Chief Marketing OfficerABBYY

Atlanta, GA

Member Since November 2022


Product Marketing
Enterprise Software
Thought Leadership


Results-Driven Marketing Executive Accomplished Senior Marketing Executive with an exceptional record of innovation in developing and designing best practices for thought leadership across global markets and multiple target audiences. Clear record of success in driving demand-generation initiatives, focusing marketing strategy to empower customers and base marketing from the “voice of the customer.” A pioneer in developing and launching successful initiatives to exploit online resources such as social media to reach and develop thought leadership among senior-level executives and IT professionals worldwide. Proven ability to assemble and lead talented and highly motivated, multidisciplinary teams in a global, matrixed, and multibillion-dollar organization. Compelling advocate and proactive, strategy-driven leader with an earned reputation for guiding the development of innovative solutions.

Published content

Developing customer success through a culture of trust


Human intuition is not to be taken lightly, which is why business leaders realize that fostering a culture of trust is a powerful tool for success.

10 ways to make better decisions and reach your business goals

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Start with a few target items that align with the big picture. There are so many factors that go into building and maintaining a scalable business that has the potential to thrive—year after year. As a leader's to-do list continues to grow, where do you start when it comes to making important decisions that will impact the future of the business? Below,  10 experts from Fast Company Executive Board discuss how others can effectively balance the short- and long-term goals in their business decision-making process.

13 ways companies can lower overhead cost and raise profit margins

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Consider these cost-reduction tips to future-proof your business. As a business leader in charge of ensuring your company's ability to thrive—no matter what type of economy financial experts are predicting—it would serve your team best to plan ahead and put systems in place to maintain a successful business during the good times and bad.  To help you improve profitability in today's tight economy or get your organization ready for the next wave of marketplace uncertainty, here are 13 members from Fast Company Executive Board to share cost-reduction strategies that are working for them and their teams.

Is you business setting higher DEI standards in today's workplace?

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14 tips for business leaders aiming to reframe a culture of adaptability at the office. For a company to remain competitive and survive in today's marketplace, its leaders must be willing to fully embrace what it means to build a culture of adaptability among a diverse workforce and live up to its own expectations. Improving the company's culture won't happen overnight, but if leaders begin to gather and share employee success stories and transformative behavior patterns, doing so will plant the seed of change for the better. In turn, top talent will be more likely to take a second look at potential career opportunities at the prospective company. Here are 14 suggestions from Fast Company Executive Board members that can lead to a better work environment and a desire to change. 

Company details


Company bio

ABBYY powers intelligent automation. We reimagine the way people work and how companies accelerate business by delivering the intelligence that fuels automation platforms. We aspire to constantly reimagine how technology solves process and data challenges to help people and organizations thrive. We help more than 10,000 companies globally, including many of the Fortune 500, driving significant impact where it matters most: customer experience, profitability, and competitive advantage.



Area of focus

artificial intelligence software
optical character recognition
text recognition

Company size

1,001 - 5,000