At Best Startup US we track over 1,000,000 US startups and over 3 million people who hold key positions in these companies. We use this directory of startups to highlight top employees, founders and board members we think deserve more appreciation than they are currently getting.
This list showcases the top United States based CEO’ operating in the Analytics space. If you think a CEO’ is missing from this list, feel free to contact our editor on [email protected].
The individuals on this list have been included because of exceptional performance in one of the following categories:
- Innovation – Operating as a key part in an extremely innovative business or startup.
- Growth – Operating as a key figure in the growth and upscale of a market leading business or startup.
- Management – Showing exceptional management skills.
- Societal impact – Putting their business on the map for their positive societal or environmental impact.
Our Data – We source our data from OSINT (open source intelligence) and public directories such as Crunchbase, SemRush and many more. The data from these sources should be treated with a degree of caution and verified yourself.
Co-Founder & Co-CEO of Digits
As Senior Director of Product at Twitter, Jeff has led the company’s consumer, developer, and publisher facing products, including Twitter for iOS, Android, and the Web, Fabric, Crashlytics, Answers, Digits, Twitter Kit, TweetDeck, Twitter’s Publisher Platform, and Gnip. Previously, Seibert was Twitter’s Director of Developer Platform where he led Fabric, the company’s suite of mobile developer tools, as well as its enterprise Data Platform and Content Syndication efforts. Seibert was the co-founder and CEO of Crashlytics, an award-winning crash analysis service for iOS and Android apps. Crashlytics was acquired by Twitter in 2013 and has become an essential piece of the mobile developer toolchain – today powering over a million apps across well over two billion devices worldwide. Seibert co-founded Increo in 2007 and served as its COO and lead architect until its acquisition by Box in 2009. He subsequently oversaw the integration of Increo’s document preview and annotation technologies into Box’s cloud content platform. Seibert gained experience at Apple in both marketing and engineering capacities and led Stanford University’s Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders seminar series as Co-Coordinator. He was selected as a Mayfield Fellow in 2007 and received a B.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University in 2008. Seibert is a frequent presenter on both entrepreneurship and technical topics and has lectured at Stanford, Harvard, MIT, and Tufts, as well as keynoted Twitter Flight, AppsWorld, AnDevCon, EclipseCon, and others. Find him on Twitter at @JeffSeibert.
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About Digits: Digits is building financial technology so powerful.. you’ll think they stole it from the future
Founder and CEO of Bloomberg
Michael R. Bloomberg is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who served three terms as Mayor of the City of New York. In 1966, Michael R. Bloomberg was hired by a Wall Street firm, Salomon Brothers, for an entry-level job. When Salomon was acquired in 1981, he was let go from the firm. Then with a vision of an Information Technology Company, that would bring quality to the buying and selling of financial securities, Michael R. Bloomberg launched a small startup in a one room office. Today, Bloomberg Company is a global company that has more than 15,000 employees and offices in 73 countries around the world. During his occupancy as Mayor, from 2002 through 2013, he turned around a broken public school system by raising standards and holding schools accountable for success. Michael R. Bloomberg’s economic policies helped New York City experience record-levels of private-sector job growth often in formerly depressed neighborhoods. His passion for public health led to new strategies that became national representations, including a ban on smoking in all indoor workplaces, as well as at parks and beaches. Michael R. Bloomberg launched pioneering anti-poverty efforts, including the Young Men’s Initiative and the Center for Economic Opportunity. He launched national bi-partisan coalitions to combat illegal guns, reform immigration, and invest in infrastructure. In addition to Bloomberg Philanthropies’ five areas of focus: public health, arts and culture, the environment, education, and government innovation, Michael R. Bloomberg has continued to support projects of other importance to him, including his university, Johns Hopkins University, where he served as the chairman of the board of trustees from 1996 to 2001. The university’s School of Hygiene and Public Health, the largest public health facility in the U.S., is the Bloomberg School of Public Health in recognition of his commitment and support. He has donated more than $2.4 billion to a wide variety of causes and organizations. As chair of the C40 Climate Leadership Group from 2010 to 2013, Michael R. Bloomberg drew international attention to cities’ leading role in the fight against climate change. In 2014, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appointed Michael R. Bloomberg to be U.N. Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change where he will focus on helping cities and countries set and achieve more climate change goals. Michael R. Bloomberg attended Johns Hopkins University till 1964, and later he attended Harvard Business School from where he obtained an MBA.
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About Bloomberg, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Bloomberg TV, United Nations: Bloomberg provides news, data, analytics, and communication services for the global business and financial world.
Co-Founder & CEO of Tracxn
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About Tracxn: The largest data platform of Startups
Co-Founder and CEO of Coin Metrics
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About Coin Metrics: Coin Metrics is a provider of crypto financial intelligence providing network data, market data, index, and network risk solutions.
Chief Executive Officer of LogiNext
Dhruvil is one of the co-founders LogiNext. He has worked with elite organizations like Deloitte,Ernst & Young and Tata Group and studies at Carnegie Mellon and Nirma University.
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About LogiNext: Enterprise SaaS for Home Delivery and Transportation Businesses to Automate End to End Operational Process
Chief Executive Officer of Gainsight
Nick Mehta is the CEO of Gainsight, the leading Customer Success company. Since joining in 2013, Nick led the company through multiple funding rounds, raising a total of $156 million, and grew the company from a handful of employees to more than 630 people working in seven offices around the world. He was named one of the Top 50 SaaS CEOs by SaaS report, is an EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist, and holds one of highest Glassdoor approval ratings for CEOs. He is also the co-author of Customer Success: How Innovative Companies Are Reducing Churn and Growing Recurring Revenue. Prior to Gainsight, Nick was the CEO of LiveOffice, where he led the Inc. 5000 company’s profitable growth to $25 million in revenue and successful sale to Symantec. Nick has held senior operating roles for public and private companies in the enterprise and consumer technology markets, including Veritas Software (acquired by Symantec), Symantec Corporation, and XDegrees (acquired by Microsoft). Mehta also served as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Trinity Ventures and Accel Partners. In the mid-1990s, Nick co-founded a venture-funded online golf retailer called Chipshot, one of the top 20 online retailers during the dotcom bubble.
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About Forum Ventures, Gainsight: Gainsight is a technology company that offers a range of software for optimizing the customer experience and improving product analytics.
Co-CEO & Vice-chair of Salesforce
Bret Taylor is Co-CEO of Salesforce. Bret previously served as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Product Officer of Salesforce. A respected software engineer and executive with an impressive history of building widely used and loved products, Bret was the co-founder and CEO of Quip, the innovative collaboration platform Salesforce acquired in 2016. Prior to founding Quip, Bret served as the Chief Technology Officer of Facebook and saw the company through its successful IPO in 2012. Credited with the invention of the “Like” button, Bret joined Facebook in 2009 after it acquired his social networking company, FriendFeed. Prior to FriendFeed, Bret started his career at Google, where he co-created Google Maps. Bret is the Chair of Twitter’s board of directors. He graduated from Stanford University in 2003 with a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science and now lives in the Bay Area.
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About BOLDforce, CloudCraze, Salesforce, Salesforce, Salesforce: Salesforce is a global cloud computing company that develops CRM solutions and provides business software on a subscription basis.
CEO of Lookout
Jim Dolce is the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors at Lookout. He has been the founder of four successful technology companies and has held executive positions at both Juniper Networks, Inc. and Akamai Technologies, Inc. Jim joined Lookout in March 2014 to guide the cybersecurity company into its next stage of growth. That included re-architecting Lookout’s products, leadership, and workforce to serve large businesses and government agencies that seek to embrace the benefits of mobility without sacrificing security. In addition to his responsibilities at Lookout, Jim is a dedicated philanthropist. His Foundation supports education for groups that have historically been underserved in the STEM fields, including woman and students from low income areas, as well as programs providing essential services to veterans and military families. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from the University of Rhode Island.
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About Lookout: Lookout is a cybersecurity company that integrates endpoint security with SASE technologies to secure data while respecting user privacy.
Founder, CEO & Head Chef of DataKitchen
Christopher Bergh is a Founder, CEO, and Head Chef of DataKitchen. As CEO, he oversees the Product, Engineering, Implementation, Services, Sales, and Marketing teams. DataKitchen’s mission is to provide the software, service, and knowledge that enables every data analytics team to successfully implement DataOps. Chris and his fellow co-founders started DataKitchen because they envisioned a world where every data professional and his or her data team no longer felt powerless or frustrated by failed and painfully slow projects, but instead were excited and energized by their ability to deliver high-quality, on-demand insight. In 2013, the trio of founders launched DataKitchen and built their own end-to-end DataOps software platform to do just that. Chris is an industry-recognized expert on DataOps. He is the co-author of The DataOps Cookbook and The DataOps Manifesto as well as a speaker on DataOps at many industry conferences and with media outlets. Chris has more than 30 years of research, software engineering, data analytics, and executive management experience. At various points in his career, he has been a COO, CTO, VP, and Director of Engineering at various tech startups, which were acquired by IBM Unica or Model N. Chris holds an M.S. from Columbia University and a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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About DataKitchen, DataKitchen: DataKitchen is a DataOps software company that helps organizations deliver more data products faster with lower errors that customers trust.
CEO of Fin.com
CEO @ Fin.com.
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About Fin.com: Fin.com is a work insights platform that provides cross-applications and enterprises data insights for CX and operations teams.
CEO of Endgame
Nate Fick is CEO of Endgame. He has more than a decade of experience in the security community, and is an operating partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, where he focuses on defense and intelligence technologies. Before joining Endgame, Nate was CEO of the Center for a New American Security, a national security research organization. He served as a Marine Corps infantry officer, including combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. His book about that experience, One Bullet Away, was a New York Times bestseller, a Washington Post “Best Book of the Year,” and one of the Military Times’ “Best Military Books of the Decade.” He graduated with high honors in Classics from Dartmouth College and holds an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School and MBA from the Harvard Business School. Nate serves as a Trustee of Dartmouth and a Director of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, and he is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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About Bessemer Venture Partners, Endgame, Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation: Endgame’s endpoint protection platform protects the world’s data from advanced attacks.
CEO & Founder of Shareaholic
Jay started [Shareaholic, Inc.](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/shareaholic), a company fanatical about making sharing on the web better, faster, easier, and more measurable. Over 2 million people have used the award winning tools created by Shareaholic. Jay was Vice President of Products at Lookery, an online user-targeting network that offered lightweight, economical targeting data for over 200 million users. Before Lookery, Jay was the Product Manager and founding member of the small team that was responsible for creating and launching [Compete.com](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/compete), now part of the WPP Group [Nasdaq: WPPGY]. In addition, as co-founder of PopSignal, one of Boston’s largest professional networking organizations, Jay is actively contributing to the growth of Boston’s technology startup community. Jay earned a B.S. cum laude in Computer Science from Tufts University. He also minored in Entrepreneurial Leadership and Multimedia Arts. At Tufts he was awarded the MacJannet scholarship. Jay is also a TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) Leadership Fellow and in 2012 was named to the TR35 India — MIT Technology Review magazine’s annual list of the world’s top innovators under the age of 35. He loves creating, lives for technology and innovation, and likes making things happen. You can follow Jay on Twitter @meattle or his blog http://www.meattle.com/jay/
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About Shareaholic: Shareaholic is an Audience Engagement platform that helps over 300,000 businesses grow audience engagement, loyalty & conversions.
Founder & CEO of Pryon
Igor is the founder and CEO of Pryon, an artificial intelligence (AI) company delivering an enterprise knowledge management platform. Pryon’s natural language processing (NLP) engine ingests and transforms data into experiences that solve critical business challenges. Previously at IBM, Igor grew impatient with the gap between the invention and commercialization of AI, and departed to establish cloud computing pioneer Yap. Five years later, Amazon acquired the company for its AI expertise and machine learning (ML) technology, now embedded in billions of Alexa-powered devices. Igor was subsequently awarded Eisenhower and Truman National Security fellowships to leverage entrepreneurial ecosystems in addressing geopolitical concerns. Igor passionately supports STEM career and educational opportunities. As such, he is a TechStars’ Alexa Accelerator mentor, was a Blackstone NC Entrepreneur-In-Residence (EIR), and founded a chapter of Global Shapers, a program of the World Economic Forum (WEF). Igor holds a BS degree in Computer Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, where he was named an Outstanding Engineering Alumnus, and an MBA from The University of North Carolina.
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About Pryon: Pryon is an AI company focused on enterprise knowledge management.
CEO/Co-Founder of Intello
Barak Kaufman was CEO & Co-Founder of Intello (acquired by SailPoint) and was an investor at Insight Venture Partners.
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About Intello: Intello’s SaaS operations platform enables companies to discover, manage, secure & optimize their SaaS applications
David and Daniil Liberman
CEO of Product Science
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About Brothers Ventures, Product Science: Performance management platform for mobile
Co-founder & CEO of Confluent
Jay Kreps is the CEO of Confluent, Inc., a company backing the popular Apache Kafka messaging system. Prior to founding Confluent, he was formerly the lead architect for data infrastructure at LinkedIn. He is among the original authors of several open source projects including Project Voldemort (a key-value store). Apache Kafka (a distributed messaging system) and Apache Samza (a stream processing system).
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About Confluent: Confluent offers a streaming platform based on Apache Kafka that enables companies to easily access data as real-time streams.
CEO of Addepar
As Addepar’s CEO, Eric continues his career trajectory of solving intractable data and scale challenges in the financial sector with innovative technology. Prior to joining Addepar, Eric spent nearly 7 years at Palantir Technologies, a multi-billion dollar software company that allows organizations to make sense of large, disparate datasets. He joined the company in 2006 as one of its first 20 employees, and continually shaped the core technology there while building the finance business, which now represents half of the company’s revenue base. Before Palantir, Eric worked in Lehman Brothers’ Fixed Income Analytics group where he focused on modeling, simulating and visualizing data across a broad range of debt and credit instruments. It was here that Eric first became passionate about solving the industry’s massive data integration challenges by re-imagining large-scale technology and infrastructure solutions. Eric co-founded his first technology business when he was 15, scaling mission-critical websites with high performance requirements, winning eBay, Priceline and Novartis as customers. Eric graduated from Columbia University with a B.S. in Computer Science.
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About Addepar: Addepar is a wealth management platform that provides tools for data analytics and portfolio visuals.
Founder & CEO of Hedgeye Risk Management
Prior to founding Hedgeye Risk Management, Keith built a track record as a successful hedge fund manager at the Carlyle-Blue Wave Partners hedge fund, Magnetar Capital, Falconhenge Partners, and Dawson-Herman Capital Management. He got his start as an institutional equity sales analyst after earning an economics degree from Yale University, where he captained the hockey team to a Division I Ivy League Championship. Keith regularly appears on financial TV and radio including CNN and Fox Business, and has been a contributor for CNBC and Bloomberg. He writes regularly for Fortune and Forbes and is the author of the popular book, Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager. He is currently co-chair of the NYC Bipartisan Policy Center, the only Washington, D.C.-based think tank actively promoting bipartisanship to address the key challenges facing the U.S.
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About Hedgeye Risk Management: Hedgeye Risk Management is a web-based financial research and media company providing investment information.
Chairman, CEO and Chief Data Scientist of Scry Analytics
In February 2014, Alok founded Scry Analytics, a company that codifies different kinds of workflows in various industries and uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, data mining as well as statistical analysis to improve their efficiency with respect to timeliness, quality, money earned, customer experience, compliance and aggregated risks. He received his B. Tech. from IIT Delhi in 1980 in Electrical Engineering and his Ph. D. from Johns Hopkins University in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in 1984. After, he joined IBM’s T. J. Watson Research Center in New York. Since then, he has published 104 research articles and has been granted eight patents from the US Patents and Trademark Office. During 1984 and 1993, he also won two innovation awards from IBM. Futhermore, during 1984 and 1996, Alok served as a program chairman for a number of conferences, including Symposium on Theory of Computing, Foundations of Computer Science, and Symposium on Computational Geometry. He also served as a Chairperson of the IEEE Computer Society’s Technical Committee on Mathematical Foundations of Computing and was on the editorial boards of SIAM Journal of Computing, Algorithmica, and Journal of Symbolic Computation. Finally, during the fall of 1988 and 1989, he was on sabbatical from IBM and taught two courses at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and supervised two Ph.D. students.
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About Scry Analytics: Using Big Data Science and Analytics to Improve Work-flows.
Founder Chairman & Global CEO of MedGenome
Sam Santhosh is the Founder and CEO of MedGenome. He has been an entrepreneur, with over 20 years of experience in the software industry. Currently, he is at the helm of affairs as CEO and promoter of MedGenome Labs Pvt Ltd. Sam sits on the board of a number of companies, both in the US and India. In this role he advises, guides and mentors companies to help them grow and realize their true potential. Prior to this Sam was the CEO and Managing Director of California Software Limited (Calsoft) from 1992 – Feb 2012. He founded Calsoft in 1992 and under Sam’s vision, Calsoft rapidly grew from a niche player in the Silicon Valley to a global player with over 1200 employees and presence in 8 countries. Sam took Calsoft Public and the company is listed the in Indian Stock Exchanges. Sam oversaw the growth of Calsoft in all key areas – Finance, Strategy, Customer Acquisition, and inorganic growth through eight acquisitions including companies in the U.S, UK, Japan, and India. He has been constantly retooling himself and has attended various training programs in different U.S universities including MIT. In 2010, he completed the Executive Education program at the Singularity University in Sunnyvale, California. Sam has an engineering degree and an MBA (majoring in Management Information Systems) from India’s premier institute, IIM Calcutta.
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About Agrigenome, MedGenome: MedGenome develops a genomics-based diagnostics and research solution for healthcare providers to understand the genetic basis of diseases.
Founder & CEO of Meltwater
Jorn Lyseggen, a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist, is the Founder & CEO of Meltwater. Launched in his home country of Norway in 2001 with just a $15,000 investment, Jorn and his team have grown the company to become a global leader in media intelligence. Today, Meltwater has more than 1,500 employees in 55 offices across six continents, with more than 30,000 clients worldwide. Jorn released his first book, Outside Insight: Navigating a World Drowning in Data, in October 2017. The book describes the emergence of a new software category that will leverage insights gleaned from the vast amount of external information available on the web to transform corporate decision-making.
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About Meltwater, Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST): Meltwater is a media Intelligence & social listening tools for measuring, managing and magnifying corporate reputation.
CEO & Co-Founder of Strikedeck
Shreesha’s an entrepreneurial executive with a track record of launching and growing products in competitive markets. He has demonstrated experience as a GM in the areas of product conception and development, growth hacking, go-to-market strategy and execution. Shreesha is currently VP of Corp Dev & Partnerships at CallidusCloud. Shreesha Ramdas was the co-founder & COO at LeadFormix, a marketing automation platform, where he raised the initial funding, built the company and contributed to a successful acquisition by CallidusCloud in January 2012. Prior to LeadFormix, Shreesha was a co-founder of OuterJoin, an online marketing services company and an early member at Yodlee, where he held the role of General Manager of Yodlee’s offshore development center in Bangalore, India.
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About Aavenir, AccuKnox, BuyerAssist.io, Cultivate, Enact Systems, Forbes Communications Council, Fullcast.io, Medallia, Metadata, Promethium, Revv, Rocketlane, Strikedeck: Strikedeck is building a revolutionary Customer Success automation solution to deliver an outstanding customer experience.
Co-Founder and CEO of Ikigai Labs
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About Ikigai Labs, Stealth: Ikigai helps analysts and operations teams automate data-intensive business, finance, analytics and supplychain operations within clicks.
Founder & CEO of Mobile Action
Aykut Karaalioglu is the founder of Mobile Action, a company specialized in mobile discovery and optimization. He also co-founded Marro.ws, a clipping tool for intellectual people, and Shoppe, a shopping application. Karaalioglu holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Bilkent University. He obtained his master’s degree from Santa Clara University. Karaalioglu currently lives in San Francisco, California.
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About Mobile Action: Leading mobile intelligence company empowering app marketers to thrive in the market.
Co-Founder & CEO of Candu
Jonathan Anderson is a Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Candu.
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About Candu: Candu is a product experience platform for software teams who want to design, refine, and personalize their application’s user interface.
Chief Executive Officer of DoubleVerify
Mark joined DoubleVerify in 2020 as Chief Executive Officer, responsible for oversight of global company operations, expansion into new markets and strategic product innovation – including DV’s CTV/OTT video capabilities. Mark brings over two decades of digital marketing and advertising technology leadership experience to the role, with expertise in CTV/OTT, data analytics and digital advertising optimization. Prior to joining DV, Mark served as the CEO of Telaria (NYSE:TLRA), where he was instrumental in establishing the business as the leading video and CTV monetization platform for premium video publishers. At Telaria, he led consistent growth in revenue and enterprise value, and spearheaded the company’s successful merger with Rubicon Project (NASDAQ:RUBI) – resulting in the industry’s largest independent sell-side advertising platform. Previously, Mark served as CEO of eXelate (Deloitte’s 2014 fastest growing tech company in NYC), where he led the sale of the company to Nielsen and subsequently assumed the role of Executive Vice President, launching the Nielsen Marketing Cloud. Prior to eXelate Mark held C-Level leadership roles at local digital media pioneers WorldNow (acquired by Frankly) and MediaSpan (acquired by Naviga). Mark earned his B.S. in Finance from Gannon University, where he also holds an Honorary Doctorate and his M.B.A. from the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Business. He has been named one of AdWeek’s Martech Superstars, Cannes Lions Judge and an E&Y Entrepreneur of the year Semi Finalist. Mark has been at the forefront of digital disruption since 1997, when he joined Modem Media Poppe Tyson, a pioneering digital ad agency and birthplace of the first banner ad. Following his agency tenure working for clients like IBM, Priceline and Standard & Poor’s, Mark was appointed president of WorldNow, which ushered over 300 TV stations into the digital age. He later helped newspapers evolve online as chief marketing officer and corporate EVP of MediaSpan, where he built its 1400+-affiliate local network. Mark received his MBA from the University of Rochester’s Simon Business School and his B.S. in finance from Gannon University, where he was awarded the university’s Distinguished Alumni Award and an honorary doctorate of Humane Letters (L.H.D.)
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About DoubleVerify: DoubleVerify is a software platform for digital media measurement, data, and analytics.
Cofounder/CEO of Polly
CEO/Cofounder at Polly
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About Polly: Polly is a survey platform that makes it simple for anyone to engage with colleagues, capture feedback, and make more data-driven decisions.
CEO of Transparent Path spc
Eric Weaver is a long-time digital disrupter who has been at the leading edge of multiple waves of innovation. Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Eric’s first career began as a software developer for General Motors and Ford Motor Company. In 1990, he became one of the very first digital marketers, walking brands like P&G, Ford and Johnson & Johnson through their very first digital efforts. Over the years, Eric has created marketing strategies and digital presences for nearly 100 global brands, persuading senior executives around the world to embrace e-commerce, webcasting, social content, blockchain, and augmented reality. Eric’s primary role these days is serving as the founder and CEO of Transparent Path. The company’s mission is to tackle the global food waste issue by creating more trust and transparency in our most critical supply chains. The Transparent Path platform uses continuously connected IoT sensors, edge computing and artificial intelligence to create real-time supply chain visibility. Sensors track products in real time, providing instant alerts when something goes wrong, allowing whoever has custody to preserve shipments and prevent waste, fines, and loss. Other projects include the Weaver Company, through which he counsels global brands, and ARCHIVE, an advanced metaverse and extended reality initiative. During his career, Eric has staffed, managed & grown award-winning creative, strategy & production teams in London, New York, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Seattle, Detroit and Cincinnati. His last role prior to launching Transparent Path was to launch the Xerox Customer Experience Practice, where he managed a $550M services book of business. Eric has been quoted in nearly 30 industry publications. With over 15 awards for marketing excellence, he lectures for universities in the US, Canada, Ireland and elsewhere, and speaks globally on topics like transparency, sustainability, and ethics.
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About Transparent Path spc: Real-time, end-to-end visibility for perishables — using IoT sensors, blockchain security, and predictive AI.
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Unscrambl
18+ years of industry and research experience designing enterprise systems. 10 patents, 30+ publications.
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About Unscrambl: An augmented intelligence company that is creating AI-powered cognitive agents for the enterprises.
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Salsify
Jason Purcell Co-Founded Salsify, Inc. in 2012 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Jason Purcell served as General Manager of eBusiness at Endeca Technologies, Inc. Jason Purcell served as Senior Vice President of Marketing & Product Management of Endeca Technologies, Inc. Jason Purcell spearheaded Endeca’s global marketing and product management organizations, responsible for core product marketing, strategy, and messaging. Jason Purcell roles at Endeca included leading the technical sales organization and establishing new product initiatives. Jason Purcell held positions at Parametric Technologies in the US and Japan. He holds B.Sc. in Biological and Engineering Sciences from Washington University
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About Salsify: Salsify empowers brands by providing tools to track and analyze inventories, presentation, and sales of goods on digital shelves.
Co-Founder & CEO of Xockets
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About Xockets: Xockets builds hardware and software acceleration into appliances for Big Data processing.
Higinio O. Maycotte
CEO and Co-Founder of Molecula
Higinio is CEO & co-founder at Molecula.
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About Molecula, Pilosa, YPO: Molecula closes the gap between data and decision, enabling organizations to unlock the power of real-time analytics and AI.
CEO of MomentFeed
A 20-year veteran of the Internet and software as a service (SaaS) industry, Nick comes to MomentFeed having been President and CEO of Velocify, the leading consumer sales acceleration platform. Nick helped orchestrate the successful sale of the company to Velocify partner and leading cloud-based platform provider for the mortgage finance industry, Ellie Mae. A widely recognized thought leader on organization transformation, technologies, and sales strategies, Nick has held senior positions at Bain & Company, Accenture.com, and Ogilvy. He was named one of the 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management. A Fulbright Scholar, Hedges holds an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School and a bachelor’s degree with first-class honors from Manchester University.
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About ICE Mortgage Technology, MomentFeed, uberall: MomentFeed is a platform that helps multi-location brands optimize for proximity search in order to connect customers with brands.
Founder & CEO of Hyperfine
Bridget is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Hyperfine. She earned her Juris Doctor from Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law in 2011 and her Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Notre Dame in 2007.
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About Hyperfine: Advanced Analytics For Precision Medicine
Sandeep Varma, CFA
Co-Founder, CEO & CTO of Equity Data Science
Sandeep co-founded Equity Data Science in 2017 and serves as the company’s Chairman and CEO. His unique experience includes computer science, fundamental analysis, and data science. Prior to founding EDS, Sandeep was a quantitative analyst at Bridger Capital and a quantitative and fundamental analyst at Herring Creek Capital, a hedge fund founded by Steve Galbraith where he developed a proprietary quantitative platform for idea generation and risk management. Prior to that, he was a quantitative analyst at Credit Suisse where his responsibilities included portfolio and risk analysis and quantitative modeling for the Prime Brokerage and Securities desks. Before joining Credit Suisse in 2008, Sandeep developed and managed trading and risk management systems at Lehman Brothers and UBS. Sandeep received his Master of Engineering in Computer Science from Cornell University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
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About Equity Data Science: Equity Data Science (EDS) is a cloud-based, scalable investment process management platform that leverages the capabilities of data science to improve decision making and increase productivity.
Co-founder & CEO of Bluecore
He is the co-founder and CEO of TriggerMail, a marketing automation company that allows eCommerce companies to personalize emails in real-time. Previously, he was Head of Product at BigDoor where He was responsible for concieving, executing and iterating on gamified loyalty and rewards programs to increase user retention across the websites of major global brands like NFL, Dell, Adobe and Starbucks to name a few.He also co-founded Gameday Tycoon, a simple fantasy sports game that runs on Facebook, as well as Sponty which was a service that allowed people to discover music events in town. In a previous life, He was into microprocessor design and simulation. He developed and integrated the first combined Graphics and Processor Memory Controller simulator at AMD to predict and analyze the performance impact of AMD’s Fusion CPUs. his first rookie Master’s publication when He was a student at Georgia Tech was awarded the Best Paper by the prestigious IBM’s TJ Watson Research, and a subsequent publication was adopted by AMD in one of their CPUs even before He finished graduate school. In addition, He also worked on developing graphical frameworks for Simulink and MATLAB at The Mathworks in Boston. He graduated with a Master’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech, where He published several papers on high-performance microprocessor design.
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About Bluecore: Bluecore uses predictive intelligence to automatically connect shoppers to products, content, and offers, wherever they are.
Chief Executive Officer of Kensho
Bhavesh Dayalji is the Chief Executive Officer of Kensho.
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About Kensho: Kensho combines natural language search, graphical user interfaces, and secure cloud computing to create a new class of analytics tools.
CEO of hiQ Labs
Mark Weidick is the CEO at hiQ Labs.
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About hiQ Labs: hiQ Labs is a data science company, informed by public data sources, applied to human capital.
Co-Founder and CEO of Evisort
Jerry Ting is a Co-Founder and CEO at Evisort Inc. He is a former Board Member at Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project and Harvard Association for Law & Business and was an Account Executive at Yelp.
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About Evisort: Evisort is an AI-powered contract management platform that provides visibility into any document.
Chief Executive Officer of App Annie
Ted has over 25 years of senior-level experience leading high-growth sales organizations across the technology industry. Most recently he served as CRO for global marketing software provider Kenshoo, where he led global sales and customer operations for three years. Prior to Kenshoo, he held senior-level sales positions at SAP and PeopleSoft. Ted holds an M.B.A, International Business and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas.
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About App Annie: App Annie is a mobile data and analytics platformthat delivers data and insights to succeed in the app economy.
CEO and Co-Founder of Overtime
Dan Porter is CEO of Overtime. Previously, Dan was Head of Digital at WME | IMG; CEO of the social games company OMGPOP; and SVP Corporate Development managing investments for Richard Branson and the Virgin Group. Dan started out working with bands at RCA Records, was a public school teacher and President of the Teach For America program and President of Ticketweb which he sold to IAC. He has an AB from Princeton University and an MA from New York University and has studied at Berkelee College of Music as well as at INSEAD.
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About Inside Startups, Overtime, VentureCrushFG: Overtime is a sports network that produces several sports-focused series and short-form content for the next generation of sports fans.
President and Chief Executive Officer of Thomson Reuters
James Smith is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Thomson Reuters. Jim began his career as a journalist and rose through the ranks at Thomson Newspapers to become responsible for operations in North America. Following the divesture of Thomson’s newspaper business in 2000, Jim moved to the professional publishing side of the company where he was responsible for a number of businesses serving the legal, regulatory and academic markets. He also served as global head of Human Resources before becoming Chief Operating Officer of The Thomson Corporation. Following the acquisition of Reuters in 2008, Jim ran the Professional Division of the combined company. He was named chief executive in January 2012. Jim is a member of the International Business Council of the World Economic Forum and the Board of Directors of the Brazil-US Business Council. He also serves on the International Advisory Boards of British American Business and the Atlantic Council. Jim graduated from Marshall University.
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About Thomson Reuters: Thomson Reuters delivers critical information from the financial, legal, accounting, intellectual property, science, and media markets.
President & CEO of Thomson Reuters
Vin began his career in 1981 in consumer banking, with roles in finance and marketing before joining the company in 1989. Early assignments with the business were customer-focused eventually leading to Vin serving as SVP, Global Sales & Marketing for Thomson Scientific. He moved on to assume senior P&L roles, including EVP, Academic & Government Markets and EVP, Life Sciences Markets. He served as President & CEO Thomson Scientific from 2004-2009. Vin then spent three years in the Thomson Reuters Legal Business as President, US Law Firms. He subsequently joined the new Global Growth Organization and served as Chief Operating Officer for four years building Thomson Reuters presence in emerging markets. Vin was appointed as President, Intellectual Property & Science for Thomson Reuters in 2015. Vin earned a MBA in Finance from Adelphi University and a BS in Marketing from Boston College.
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About Thomson Reuters: Thomson Reuters delivers critical information from the financial, legal, accounting, intellectual property, science, and media markets.
CEO & Founder of Pendo
Todd Olson is co-founder and CEO of Pendo, a product experience platform that helps product teams create software customers love. A three-time entrepreneur, Todd has experienced the highs and lows of running fast-growth technology companies. A proficient coder by age 14, he spent his teen years working as a database designer and software architect for MBNA Bank in Delaware. By graduation from Carnegie Mellon University, he’d invented a data integration product, co-founded Cerebellum Software, and raised seed capital. Cerebellum went on to raise $17 million in institutional capital and hire 65 people, only to shut down when funding dried up during the dotcom era. A role as vice president of product development at TogetherSoft brought Todd to Raleigh, where he eventually started 6th Sense Analytics, which he sold to Rally Software. The inspiration for Pendo came as Todd led the product team at Rally. With no product usage data available, he struggled to decide which of the dozens of feature requests that hit his desk each week were worth the investment of time and capital. After Rally’s IPO, he teamed up with fellow product leaders and technologists from Red Hat, Cisco and Google to launch Pendo in October 2013. The company has since raised $56 million in venture capital, landed more than 500 customers and now employs 170 people across offices in Raleigh, San Francisco, New York and Yakum, Israel. It was named a Top 50 U.S. Startup by LinkedIn in 2017. Todd prides himself on his product background, and the knowledge, experience and empathy it lends to customers of Pendo. He frequently speaks at industry events on topics like Agile software development, product management, startup fundraising and entrepreneurship. Outside of work, Todd is typically enjoying life in Raleigh with his wife and four children, aged 1 to 21. He also loves to bake, especially cakes.
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About Pendo: Pendo is a product-analytics app that helps software companies develop products that resonate with customers.
Co-Founder & CEO of Breadcrumbs.io
Armando Biondi currently works as the Co-Founder and CEO for Breadcrumbs.io. He previously worked at Hootsuite as the global head of growth operations.
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About Breadcrumbs.io: Breadcrumbs.io is a revenue acceleration platform that helps companies in rating and scoring current and potential customers.
Co-Founder & CEO of ColorTV
Giancarlo Maniaci is the Co-Founder & CEO at ColorTV.
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About ColorTV, Estimote: ColorTV is a data and advertising company that provides data, discovery, and analytics solutions for connected TV.
Co-Founder and CEO of AppsFlyer
Oren Kaniel is the CEO & co-founder of AppsFlyer, the market leader in Mobile Attribution Analytics. Oren holds a BA in Computer Science, Cum Laude, from the Technion, and an MBA from IDC, as part of an exchange with the Wharton Business School.
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About AppsFlyer: The world’s top brands use AppsFlyer to build great products, create exceptional experiences, and preserve customer privacy.
CEO&Founder of OneMarket
Don has been a serial entrepreneur for 30+ years and is Managing Director GM/VP Payments & Ventures at Capital One. He was formerly Head of Retail at PayPal, CEO of Worlds of Wonder and President of Atari. He was also the Founder and former CEO of Blackhawk Network. Don lives in Silicon Valley and likes to vacation in Hawaii.
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About OneMarket: OneMarket offers customer data management and activation that empowers mid-sized and emerging retailers to acquire new customers.
CEO of ShopAdvisor
With more than 28 years of industry experience, Papows has a proven history of success in both emerging companies and global organizations. Most notably, Papows was president and CEO of Lotus Development Corporation, where he is widely credited for taking Lotus Notes from its initial release to sales of more than 70 million copies worldwide, making it the leading collaboration platform. Upon the company’s acquisition, Papows helped steer the Lotus’ successful integration into IBM. Papows was also president of Cognos Corporation, taking the business intelligence software provider from its early stages to sustained profitability, a successful public offering, and years of continued growth that met or exceeded market expectations. Most recently, Papows was the president and CEO of Maptuit, a provider of real-time commercial navigation software. Having led Maptuit to profitability and a market leadership position, Papows continues as Chairman of the Board. Papows has been a frequent guest of CNN and Fox News. A successful author, Papows wrote “Enterprise.com: Information Leadership in the Digital Age,” which has sold more than 80,000 copies and has been reprinted multiple times in several languages, and “Glitch The Hidden Impact of Faulty Software.” Papows has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Norwich University, a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Pepperdine University, and a doctorate in Business Administration from California Coast University.
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About ShopAdvisor, Silver Oak Jumper Tournament: Provides the data & analytics to power mobile shopping experiences that drive consumers’ path to purchase in brick-and-mortar locations.
CEOa and Founder of Knoetic
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About CPOHQ, Knoetic, Twine: Knoetic is the all-in-one platform built for Chief People Officers. Powerful people analytics & the world’s #1 CPO community (CPOHQ).
CEO of Benzinga
Jason is a passionate entrepreneur and the founder of Benzinga, a financial media company based out of Metro Detroit. He founded two successful Internet companies prior to Benzinga. In the first five months, Benzinga grew to over 50k active members. Benzinga currently serves over 3 million readers in over 125 countries each month. Jason has been quoted throughout the media in places such as CNBC, Fox Business, NPR and Wall Street Journal.
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About Benzinga: Benzinga is a financial news and analysis service providing timely, actionable insights for investors.
President & CEO of Premise Data
Maury Blackman is CEO of Premise Data. Blackman is a tech executive with more than 25 years of experience leading high growth enterprise software companies. His industry experiences include government, construction, public safety, geospatial information, GPO’s, sharing economy services, and drone software. Blackman joined Premise in 2017; under his leadership the company has seen 661% revenue growth. In November 2020, Premise was named to Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, a list of the 500 fastest-growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. Premise is the 35th fastest-growing company in the Silicon Valley region and is 182nd on the overall list. Before joining Premise, Blackman was CEO at Accela, a civic tech company aimed at moving citizen transactions from city hall to online and mobile services. He joined the company in 2000 as the VP of Sales and Marketing and then assumed the role of CEO in 2007. To support strategic initiatives and growth, he raised more than $300M in financing from family offices, private equity, and senior debt. The capital from these raises was deployed to build out an enterprise offering, expand internationally, and execute an M&A strategy that closed 10+ acquisitions in 24 months. Prior to joining Accela, Maury worked for Investools (NASDAQ:IEDU) where he served in several executive positions from 1993 to 2000. At Investools, he first joined as an Account Executive and was later appointed Vice President, Business Development charged with selling data and content to brokerage firms and internet service providers in the nascent dot-com era. In this capacity, he built a dynamic portfolio of accounts that included Charles Schwab, Fidelity, AOL, and Netcom Online Communications. For his accomplishments at Accela, Blackman was recognized by Government Technology as one of its Top 25 Doers, Dreamers, and Drivers in 2015. In 2016, Ernst and Young awarded him the prestigious Northern California’s Entrepreneur of the Year. Maury holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Houston and was a commissioned field artillery officer in the United States Army, serving on both active and reserve duty for 10 years. Maury maintains an active lifestyle and is an eleven-time Ironman finisher, including the 2008 and 2013 Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona.
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About Premise Data: Premise is a data and analytics platform powered by a global network of on-the-ground contributors, data science, and machine learning.
CEO and Founder of Amplitude
Spenser Skates is the CEO and Co-Founder of Amplitude.
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About Amplitude: Amplitude is a product intelligence platform that provides digital product tools that help teams run and grow their businesses.
CEO & founder of Restless Bandit
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About Restless Bandit: Restless Bandit transforms workforce data into workforce decisions.
Founder & CEO of CoinGenius
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About CoinGenius, NFT Genius: CoinGenius is an advanced intelligence and analytics platform specifically intended for cryptocurrency traders.
CEO and Co-Founder of Skopenow
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About Skopenow: Skopenow is an analytical search engine for discovering fraud, threat, and risk.
Chief Executive Officer of SAS
Jim Goodnight is the CEO at SAS.
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About SAS: SAS provides advanced business analytics and business intelligent software and services to enable companies to optimize their operations.
Co-Founder and CEO of YipitData
Vinicius Vacanti is a co-founder and the CEO of YipitData.
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About 140it, UnHub, YipitData: YipitData is the market research firm that analyzes data points to provide accurate insights for the disruptive economy.
CEO & President of Looker
Frank Bien is the CEO and President at Looker. Frank brings more than 20 years of experience in business intelligence, big data, analytics, and data storage to expand Looker’s reach and capabilities. Frank is the former VP of Business Development for Greenplum (acquired by EMC) and former SVP for Virsto Software (acquired by VMware) and now serves as Looker’s President.
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About Google, Looker: Looker is a an enterprise platform for business intelligence, data applications, and embedded analytics.
CEO of Sisense
Amir Orad is the CEO of Sisense. He has held various executive roles for different companies including NICE Actimize, RSA Security, Cyota, and IDF. Amir holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science/management from Tel Aviv University and an MBA degree from Columbia University – Columbia Business School.
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About LimitScreen Inc, Sisense: Sisense is the leading AI-driven platform for infusing analytics everywhere.
Chief Executive Officer of Uptake Technologies
Brad Keywell is a lifelong entrepreneur and co-founder of seven technology companies, a cultural curator of innovation platforms, and a philanthropist. He is the co-founder and CEO of Uptake Technologies, an Industrial AI software platform harnessing predictive analytics to deliver outcomes of increased productivity, reliability, safety, and cybersecurity to global industry. Uptake was named “Startup of the Year” in 2015 by Forbes, was #5 in the 2017 CNBC Disruptor 50, and was named a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. Brad is a co-founder of Tempus, Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN), Echo Global Logistics (NASDAQ:ECHO), MediaOcean, Drivin (acquired by NYSE:KAR), and the venture capital firm Lightbank. He is on the Board of Trustees of Equity Residential (NYSE:EQR). He is the founder and Chairman of Chicago Ideas, which has grown into one of the largest innovation and ideas gatherings in the world. He is the Chairman of Future Founders Foundation, providing entrepreneurial education to inner-city students in the Chicagoland area. Brad is an Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He earned a J.D. at the University of Michigan Law School and a BBA from the University of Michigan School of Business. Brad and his wife, Kim, signed The Giving Pledge in 2016.
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About Chicago Ideas Week, Drivin, Echo Global Logistics, Groupon, Groupon Netherlands, Lightbank, Mediaocean, Uptake Technologies, Zest Health: Uptake Technologies designs and develops enterprise software.
Chief Executive Officer of Uptake Technologies
I am in my dream job and serving as CEO and Board DIrector of Uptake. While working with an amazing team, I am refining the company’s products, expanding its global footprint and developing/nurturing a high performing work environment. Previously, I served in various senior executive functions with KAR Global (NYSE: KAR), the acquirer of DRIVIN, a company I co-founded and served as CEO until April 2017. Prior to KAR, I held senior management roles with Music Dealers, Apartments.com, Cars.com, eToys.com, and Allstate. In my free time, I assist various companies as a board member, advisor, and investor.
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About Uptake Technologies: Uptake Technologies designs and develops enterprise software.
CEO of Tableau
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About Amazon Web Services, Tableau: Tableau helps global organizations unleash the power of their most valuable assets: their data and their people.
Founder & CEO of Quantum Metric
In 2015, Mario founded Quantum Metric to help organizations align with a single version of customer-defined and quantified truth. Previously founding and exiting an APM startup which solved where enterprise applications could be improved, Mario saw the natural next step was expanding organizational alignment around the entire product lifecycle.
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About Quantum Metric: Quantum Metric is a continuous product design platform that helps organizations build better products faster.
CEO & Co-Founder of Unsupervised
Noah Horton is the CEO and Co-Founder at Unsupervised. He is recognized by Inc.com as one of the Top 30 Entrepreneurs under 30, Noah Horton was the CTO and Co-Founder of Involver. He is a seasoned software architect and executive with expertise in marketing, social networking, online video, advertising, and massively distributed systems. After completing a Double Major in Mathematics and Computer Science, he joined Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and Sun Microsystems. He has filed more than 25 patents and published articles on development techniques in widely read publications, including the Java Developer’s Journal. At Microsoft, Noah was a Developer Evangelist for the company’s Fortune 500 accounts. He was later the Program Manager for P2P protocols in Windows, and a member of the 9-person Networking Architecture Committee, which was charged with setting the technical direction of Microsoft’s entire Networking division. Before co-founding Involver, Noah was the software architect at NeoEdge Networks, an in-game advertising business. Among other things, he was responsible for designing many of the company’s ad products.
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About Unsupervised: Unsupervised is an automated analytics platform provider that finds hidden insights in complex data.
David A. Steinberg
Founder & CEO of Zeta Global
David Steinberg is currently CEO, Chairman and Co-Founder of Zeta Global, a company known for its reputation as a top-tier big data marketing technology company. Previously, as CEO of CAIVIS, Mr. Steinberg acquired several small companies including those with focuses in big data, customer acquisition (programmatic) and CRM, to form XL Marketing (now Zeta Global). Prior to founding CAIVIS, Mr. Steinberg founded InPhonic, the largest seller of wireless phones and communications products and services on the Internet, with annual revenue in excess of $400 million. InPhonic was #1 on Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in 2004, the year it went public on the NASDAQ. Mr. Steinberg also served as chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sterling Cellular, a business-to-business and retail wireless communications provider, and Sterling Communications, a communications telemarketing company. Mr. Steinberg was named the Greater Washington Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for communications in 2002. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Faster Cures of the Milken Institute, and the Greater Washington Sports Alliance as well as the Board of Trustees of Washington & Jefferson College. Mr. Steinberg holds a B.S. from Washington & Jefferson College.
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About Caivis, Sol systems, Zeta Global: Zeta offers technology and marketing services to help brands acquire, engage, and retain customers.
Co- Founder, Chairman & CEO of Feedzai
Prior to starting Feedzai, Nuno was an engineer for the European Space Agency, and worked closely with several successful technology startups. In 2011, Nuno, along with his fellow co-founders Paulo Marques and Pedro Bizarro, established Feedzai to fight financial fraud with advanced machine learning technology. Fast forward to today, Nuno has been named the Entrepreneur of the Year by London Business School, shared a stage with tech leaders such as Stephen Hawking and Steve Wozniak, and has been the driving force of Feedzai’s global growth. Under Nuno’s leadership, Feedzai has raised more than $282 million in venture funding, surpassed 500 employees, and continues to keep commerce safe for many of the leading banks, retailers, and payment processors around the globe. Nuno has an MBA from the London Business School.
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About Feedzai: Feedzai develops risk management tools to prevent fraud and money laundering in transactions.
Founder, Chairman, President & CEO of WANdisco
David is CEO, President and co-founder of WANdisco and has quickly established WANdisco as one of the world’s most promising technology companies. Since co-founding the company in Silicon Valley in 2005, David has led WANdisco on a course for rapid international expansion, opening offices in the UK, Japan and China. David spearheaded the acquisition of Altostor, which accelerated the development of WANdisco’s first products for the Big Data market. The majority of WANdisco’s core technology is now produced out of the company’s flourishing software development base in David’s hometown of Sheffield, England and in Belfast, Northern Ireland. David has become recognised as a champion of British technology and entrepreneurship. In 2012, he led WANdisco to a hugely successful listing on London Stock Exchange (WAND:LSE), raising over £24m to drive business growth. With over 15 years’ executive experience in the software industry, David sits on a number of advisory and executive boards of Silicon Valley start-up ventures. A passionate advocate of entrepreneurship, he has established many successful start-up companies in Enterprise Software and is recognised as an industry leader in Enterprise Application Integration and its standards. David is a frequent commentator on a range of business and technology issues, appearing regularly on Bloomberg and CNBC. Profiles of David have appeared in a range of leading publications including the Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail.
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About WANdisco: WANdisco, the world leader in Active Data Replication™, enables the replication of continuously changing data to different environments.
Co-Founder & CEO of Citra Health Solutions
As CEO and Co-Founder of Orange Health Solutions— He is passionately leveraging his unique entrepreneurial skills and disciplined Fortune 500 company successes. For 20 years, his Executive leadership focus has been in all aspects of healthcare and financial services within UnitedHealth Group, Paychex and Insperity. Howard led and drove numerous enterprise-wide organizational efforts that resulted in double/triple digit growth, industry leading customer/consumer satisfaction outcomes, high levels of employee engagement, while expanding profit margins and improving shareholder value. Prior to creating Orange Health Solutions, Howard held various Executive positions at UnitedHealth Group since 2004. Most recently, he led the enterprise-wide Health Wealth Financial Services business, along with that position he also was a UHG Innovation Executive. As Health Wealth Executive, his oversight included all financial and operational aspects of the division. In a previous UHG role, he was CEO of UnitedHealthcare Benefits Services, a subsidiary that provides Benefits Administration and Insurance Services. Also during that time, he held a concurrent role as Chief Operating Officer for UHC Consumer Services. Throughout his tenure at UHG, he would drive strategic initiatives, including spearheading the acquisition of multiple companies in the healthcare, consumer, healthcare exchange, TPA and benefits administration/outsourcing industries. During his tenure at Paychex, he held various Executive HRO/BPO/PEO business positions in operations, sales, product & innovation, marketing, strategy & business development, finance and technology services. In his last role, he preformed multiple roles as President of the Paychex Insurance Company and Senior Executive of the Human Resource Outsourcing, Paychex Business Solutions and Retirement Services. At Insperity, he had overall Senior Executive responsibility for the Health & Welfare, Property & Casualty, Retirement Services and Human Resources. Howard is very focused on improving and eliminating all Childhood Cancers and improving the overall US healthcare system. Currently, he serves on boards of two national organizations. He is the Treasurer for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Director, Board member for the national Momcology organization. He is dedicated to his loving family, wife Kimberly, son Matthew (Leukemia cancer survivor) and daughter Erikah.
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About Citra Health Solutions, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, vsource: Innovative technology and services healthcare enablement company.
CEO of Dynamic Yield
Liad Agmon joined Dynamic Yield Liad as CEO in 2012.Agmon is a serial entrepreneur with rich experience as a startup founder and as a Fortune 500 executive. He founded information security vendor Onigma (acquired by McAfee) and social search company Delver (acquired by Sears Holdings). Following Delver’s acquisition, Liad served as a VP of New Services at Sears Holdings and on the board of its Home Electronics and Outlets business units. Liad served as an entrepreneur-in-residence at Bessemer Venture Partners and taught at the Entrepreneurship MBA program in Tel-Aviv University and at the Zell Program of IDC Herzliya. He holds a BA Cum Laude from Tel-Aviv University in Computer Sciences and Film Studies.
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About Dynamic Yield: Dynamic Yield helps companies quickly deliver and test personalized, optimized, and synchronized digital customer interactions.
Founder & CEO of Tubular Labs
Robert (“Rob”) Gabel is the founder and CEO of Tubular Labs, the leading marketing and analytics platform that helps companies grow and engage their online video audience on YouTube. Building a marketing and analytics platform for online video unites two of Rob’s passions – online video and online marketing. Rob became fascinated with the promise and power of online video while serving as SVP of Advertising Performance at Machinima, YouTube’s 2nd largest network. Rob broadened his online video experience by consulting to YouTube-centric media companies DanceOn and AwesomenessTV. Rob’s online marketing experience includes serving as a SVP of Marketing for LowerMyBills and VP Marketing for both Inadco and Netflix. As one of the first employees at LowerMyBills, Rob helped the company grow from pre-revenue to over $200 million organically before being acquired by Experian in 2005 for nearly $400 million. Robert Gabel earned his M.B.A. from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and graduated Magna Cum Laude from The Honors College at the University of Houston with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering.
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About Tubular Labs: Tubular Labs is the global leader in video intelligence for the cross-platform world.
Felix Van De Maele
Co-founder / CEO of Collibra
Felix Van De Maele is the CEO and Co-Founder of Collibra. Felix has led Collibra from idea to funding to more than eight years of record growth and industry leadership. He’s responsible for the company’s global business strategy. Prior to co-founding Collibra, Felix served as a researcher at the Semantics Technology and Applications Research Laboratory (STARLab) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels, where he focused on ontology-focused crawlers for the semantic web and semantic data integration. He holds a Master’s in Computer Science and Software Engineering from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and a master in General Management from the Vlerick Business School. In 2017, Felix was named by DataNews as the ICT personality of the year.
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About Collibra: Collibra delivers an end-to-end Data Intelligence platform to accelerate digital business transformation.
Daniel L. Ushman
Founder & CEO of TrendSpider
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About TrendSpider: TrendSpider is software that is used to make technical analysis with scanners, charts, analyses, automation and backtesting services.
CEO and Founder of AlphaSense
Jack Kokko is a visionary entrepreneur with a background in global financial services and a track record of delivering enabling technologies to demanding markets. Previously, he was the founding CEO of Silecs and a senior analyst with Morgan Stanley. He holds a Wharton MBA and a MSc. degree in engineering.
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About AlphaSense: AlphaSense is a market intelligence platform that uses artificial intelligence allowing professionals to make critical decisions.
Founder & CEO of Civis Analytics
Dan Wagner is ambassador for the firm’s external partnerships, representing the company’s vital, core interests as it engages client business opportunities. Dan served as the Chief Analytics Officer on the 2012 Obama campaign, overseeing a 54-person team of analysts, engineers and organizers that provided analytics and technologies for voter contact, digital, paid media, fundraising and communication. His department’s work was credited with “reinventing how national campaigns are done” and has been highlighted in Time Magazine, MIT Technology Review, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, The Los Angeles Times, and Harper’s. Dan began his work in politics as the Deputy Voter File Manager for Barack Obama during the 2008 Iowa caucuses, which defined the relevance of data, and client comprehension of data, in his career. That led to roles as the Great Lakes Targeting Desk and National Get Out the Vote (GOTV) Targeting Director, followed by the National Targeting Director at the Democratic National Committee for the 2010 election cycle. Dan previously worked with the FTI Consulting Economics Practice. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in economics and public policy. Dan is originally from Birmingham, Michigan, where he grew up imitating Michael Jackson’s “Billy Jean” performance. He remains the first one on any dance floor. He is fluent in Spanish and, according to two sources with knowledge of the incident, cried during “Like Water for Chocolate.” He used to play congas – not to be confused with the bongos – in a DC funk band.
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About Civis Analytics: Civis Analytics is a software company that helps public and private sector organizations make data-driven decisions.
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Knotch
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About Knotch: Knotch is the content intelligence platform for brands. We pair performance data with consumer sentiment in real time.
Co-Founder & CEO of Smarking
Wen Sang is the Founder and CEO of Smarking Inc., a fast growing MIT spin out technology company backed by top investors including Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, Slow Ventures, and many others that solves the parking problem with data analytics. Wen is an MIT PhD 14′ in Mechanical Engineering. His major curriculum concentrated on thermo-fluid sciences and energy conversion systems, and minor on economics and entrepreneurship. Wen Sang led and founded the MIT Asian Career Fair and co-founded the MIT Ventureships Club during his three years at MIT. Wen loves running, sailing (MIT Sailing Club), and rowing.
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About Smarking: Smarking turns parking data into instant actionable insights.
CEO of FactGem
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About FactGem: FactGem is a next-generation data analytics company.
Founder & CEO, Chairman of Dataminr
Ted is the Chairman and CEO of Dataminr. Since founding the company in 2009, Ted has scaled the company to 250 employees, raised $180M in financing, and established Dataminr as the world’s real-time information discovery company, serving thousands of customers in over 40 countries. Ted has appeared as a guest on CNBC’s SquawkBox, CNBC’s Fast Money, BBC News, and Fox Business News. He is a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, a Term Member on the Council on Foreign Relations and has been at speaker at Davos & the Aspen Ideas Festival. Ted was one of Crain’s 40 under 40 business leaders in 2017, Business Insider’s 40 under 40 Tech Entrepreneurs in 2015, and has been included numerous times in the Silicon Alley 100. Dataminr, considered one of the 50 most Disruptive private Technology Companies by CNBC in 2016, transforms public social media feeds into the earliest alerts on high impact events and critical breaking information for clients in Security, Government, News, Finance, and PR/Crisis Management. Ted earned a BA from Yale in 2004, where he focused on the impact of disruptive technologies on American Industry and Government.
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About Dataminr: Dataminr develops an artificial intelligence platform designed for real-time event and risk detection.
Founder & CEO of WHOOP
Will Ahmed is the Founder and CEO of WHOOP, which has developed next generation wearable technology for optimizing human performance and health. WHOOP members range from professional athletes and fortune 500 CEOs to fitness enthusiasts and executives to military personnel and healthcare workers. Ahmed has raised more than $200 million from top investors and has an active advisory board that consists of some of the world’s most notable cardiologists, technologists, marketers, and designers. Ahmed wrote “The Feedback Tool: Measuring Fitness, Intensity, and Recovery,” which sparked the underlying physiology and engineering for his work today. Ahmed was recently named to the 2021 Sports Business Journal 40 under 40 list as well as 2020 Fortune 40 Under 40 Healthcare list and previously named to Forbes 30 Under 30 and Boston Business Journal 40 Under 40. In 2020, WHOOP was named Fast Company’s Most Innovative Company for Wellness. Before founding WHOOP, Ahmed was named a 2011 Harvard College Scholar for finishing in the top 10% of his class and a CSA Scholar Athlete; he captained the Harvard Men’s Varsity Squash Team.
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About WHOOP: WHOOP is a performance optimization system that tracks athlete recovery, training, and sleeping hours to help boost performance.
Founder and CEO of Standav Corp.
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About Standav Corp.: Standav offers CRM, CPQ , API Integration delivery and Contract Analytics
Co-Founder & CEO of Shopventory
Dave Carlson is the Founder and Managing Director of eonBusiness. Dave established eonBusiness in 1997 to meet the needs of start-ups and early development stage companies for building Internet based businesses. He has founded five businesses with three successful exits to date while supporting dozens of other companies. While eonBusiness started as primarily a web development services organization, it transitioned to an incubator and then subsequently a boutique venture capital firm investing in software as a service (SaaS) and mobile opportunities. Dave is actively involved as an advisor to numerous eonBusiness portfolio companies. He also currently serves on the board of directors of mobileStorm for eonBusiness. Dave also serves as a Mentor to the TechStars mentorship driven seed stage investment program. In 2001 Dave founded and incubated GO TOAST and subsequently started eonMedia in 2002. Both companies were acquired in 2003 by aQuantive which was acquired by Microsoft in 2007. Other personal startups include eonBusiness, AllAboardToys.com (acquired in 2008) and HomePoint. Prior to founding eonBusiness, Dave was a senior executive at EchoStar (DISH Network) for 12 years, where he was an integral part of the launch of the DISH Network and the initiation of EchoStar’s global business expansion. Dave’s EchoStar career included a six-year stint in The Netherlands as Managing Director of European, African and Middle Eastern Operations. Dave earned a B.A. in Communications with a minor in Business Administration at Bethany College and a Masters Degree in International Business Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
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About eonCapital, Shopventory, Techstars, Thrive Metrics: Shopventory provides inventory management and sales analytics services for retail businesses.
Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Skybox Security
Gidi Cohen co-founded Skybox in 2002 and has been instrumental in building awareness and adoption of Security Risk Management solutions in the marketplace. A noted expert on the business and technical implications of network security, risk management, and modeling and simulation technologies, Gidi Cohen is a frequent speaker at security conferences. Prior to Skybox, Cohen was the CEO and co-founder of Vigil Technologies, Inc. bringing to market analytic solutions for Global 2000 companies. Gidi Cohen also served as an officer in the IDF Intelligence Corps, leading an elite software development unit developing information security solutions. Gidi Cohen holds Bachelors of Science and Master of Science degrees in Computer Sciences and Mathematics from Tel Aviv University.
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About Skybox Security: Skybox Security is a global leader in security analytics for cybersecurity management.
CEO and Co-founder of Replica
CEO, Co-Founder at MindMixer.
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About Replica: Replica is an enterprise data platform that delivers critical insights about the built environment.
Founder & CEO of Fiddler AI
Krishna is the co-founder and CEO of Fiddler Labs, an enterprise startup building an Explainable AI Engine to address problems regarding bias, fairness and transparency in AI. At Facebook, he led the team that built Facebook’s explainability feature ‘Why am I seeing this?’. He’s an entrepreneur with a technical background with experience creating scalable platforms and expertise in converting data into intelligence. Having held senior engineering leadership roles at Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Microsoft, he’s seen the effects that bias has on AI and machine learning decision making processes, and with Fiddler, his goal is to enable enterprises across the globe solve this problem.
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About Fiddler AI, Pinterest: Fiddler is a purpose-built ML performance monitoring platform powered by Explainable AI to validate, explain, monitor, and analyze AI.
Co-Founder & CEO of SYLO
Brett Garfinkel is a Co-Founder & CEO at SYLO.
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About SYLO: SYLO provides marketers and creators with 3rd-party validation and standardized measurement to confidently invest in influencer marketing.
Co-Founder & CEO of Bloomberg Second Measure
Co-Founder of Second Measure.
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About Bloomberg Second Measure: Bloomberg Second Measure analyzes billions of anonymized credit card transactions to answer real-time questions on consumer behavior.
CEO of Definitive Healthcare
Jason Krantz is Founder & CEO at Definitive Healthcare.
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About Definitive Healthcare, Energy Acuity: Definitive Healthcare aims to transform data, analytics and expertise into healthcare commercial intelligence.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TRUINJECT
Gabrielle Rios is the founder and CEO of TRUINJECT.
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About Stanford University Graduate School of Business, TRUINJECT: TRUINJECT™ is a software company focused on the innovation, development & commercialization of medical products for the injectable market.
Advisor, Former CEO Obagi Medical of TRUINJECT
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About : TRUINJECT™ is a software company focused on the innovation, development & commercialization of medical products for the injectable market.
Chairman & CEO of MicroStrategy
Michael J. Saylor is an American entrepreneur, executive, inventor, author, and philanthropist. He was born to a military family in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1965 and spent his childhood living on various U.S. Air Force bases around the world. By his teenage years, his family had settled at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio—the birthplace of aviation and home of the Wright brothers. He graduated from high school first in his class, served as both class marshal and valedictorian, and was voted most likely to succeed by his peers. Mr. Saylor attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on a full Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship. While at MIT, he was a member of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity, and obtained dual degrees in aeronautics and astronautics as well as science, technology and society. In his free time, he played guitar in a rock band and learned to fly gliders. Mr. Saylor became fascinated by the application of computer simulation technology to public policy and business strategy, eventually writing his thesis “A Mathematical Model of a Renaissance Italian City State” while studying system dynamics at the MIT Sloan School of Management. In 1987, Mr. Saylor graduated with highest honors from MIT. Having already successfully completed flight officer training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, where he learned to fly, he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. He joined the Air Force Reserve and began a career in consulting, with a focus on constructing computer simulations to support strategic decision-making at companies such as DuPont, Dow, and Exxon. In 1989 at the age of 24, Mr. Saylor combined his passions for technology, business, and the use of computer simulations to launch MicroStrategy. The company was founded on his vision of helping enterprises deliver intelligence everywhere. By harnessing the power of graphical operating systems and client server computing, and pioneering a new approach to business intelligence called relational online analytical processing (ROLAP), the company grew steadily, going public in 1998 (NASDAQ: MSTR). Under his leadership, MicroStrategy has emerged as a global leader in enterprise analytics and mobility software, serving thousands of organizations around the world. Mr. Saylor is a named inventor on more than 40 patents. In addition to being credited as the inventor of relational analytics, he led MicroStrategy into the fields of web analytics, distributed analytics, mobile analytics, cloud computing, mobile identity, and IoT. He was also the creator and founder of Alarm.com (NASDAQ: ALRM), one of the first home automation and security companies, and Angel.com (sold to Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories for $110 million in 2013), one of the first cloud-based interactive voice response service providers. Mr. Saylor is the author of the book The Mobile Wave: How Mobile Intelligence Will Change Everything, published by Perseus Books in 2012. The book anticipated the impact of mobile, cloud, and social networks on worldwide political and economic development, along with the rise of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google as transnational technology leaders that would destabilize the status quo across most industrial and political domains. The Mobile Wave appeared on both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal Best Seller lists. In 1999, Mr. Saylor established The Saylor Foundation, which has donated millions to philanthropic causes including children’s health, refugee relief, education, environmental conservation, and support for the arts. The foundation runs the Saylor Academy (Saylor.org), which offers free college education and continuing professional development courses to students worldwide. To date, it has provided free educational services to more than 225,000 students. In both 2015 and 2016, Mr. Saylor participated in the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy. Mr. Saylor travels 175,000 miles per year to more than 60 cities and 25 nations to share his perspectives of enterprise analytics and mobility with technology and business audiences. Throughout his travels, he engages companies, organizations, and governments to discuss the ways that MicroStrategy can help them realize the vision of intelligence everywhere.
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About MicroStrategy: MicroStrategy provides enterprise software for business intelligence, mobile intelligence, and network applications.
Chair & CEO of Algo
Amjad is an entrepreneur at heart. He founded Algo where he is the CEO during the day and AI building blocks designer at night. He has built a passionate team of domain experts, AI architects, scientists and software engineers with deep industry knowledge of manufacturing, distribution and retail. Algo is an always on full stack enterprise class AI platform with deep learning, augmented reality and workflow automation at its core. Algo has a conversational business analyst bot as its main user interface. Algo is rapidly growing and creating tremendous net new value for its customers world-wide. Amjad is an Honors Electrical Engineering & Computer Science graduate and a senior member of IEEE. He earned his Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from UMIST, in the United Kingdom with a focus on artificial intelligence and an MBA from MIT. Amjad is an applied researcher and practitioner in the field of natural language understanding and deep reinforcement learning. He has completed flagship management programs at Harvard and Stanford. Amjad was recognized in the Crain’s ‘s ’40 under 40’ program for his pioneering work in advanced analytics.
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About Algo: Enterprise AI powered Supply Chain Planning platform delivered by a Virtual Business Analyst named Algo.
Chief Executive Officer of NextRoll
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About NextRoll: NextRoll is a marketing technology company delivering products ambitious companies rely on to grow their businesses.
CEO of Axoni
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About Axoni: Axoni offers blockchain infrastructure, distributed application development, and workflow automation tools.
CEO of Latticework
Pantas Sutardja is founder, president and CEO of Latticework. A legend in the storage industry, Dr. Sutardja has over 25 years of experience in the storage and semiconductor industry. He began his career at IBM Almaden Research Center where he developed the company’s first CMOS read channel chip. Dr. Sutardja and his brother would eventually team up to create Marvell Technology Group Limited in 1995, turning a startup into a publicly traded global leader in storage with several billion storage chips sold to date. Now, Dr. Sutardja has turned his storage sights to the hybrid cloud with Latticework leading the development of hybrid cloud-edge solutions to meet consumer demand for more storage and bandwidth related to skyrocketing data and video usage. The company’s first product, Amber, is the first personal storage device that provides consumers with security and privacy not available in public offerings. In his personal life, Dr. Sutardja is a noted philanthropist, establishing the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology at UC Berkeley, and, with his wife, creating a private foundation with an initial focus on education and medical fields. Dr. Sutardja holds BS, MS and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from University of California, Berkeley.
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About Latticework: LatticeWork develops cloud-edge solutions that tackle storage, privacy and bandwidth issues related to skyrocketing data &video consumption.
CEO & Co-Founder of Alation
Satyen Sangani founded Alation in July 2012, since which he has been serving as its chief executive officer. He spent nearly a decade at Oracle, ultimately running the Financial Services Warehousing and Performance Management business where he helped customers get insights out of their systems. Prior to Oracle, he was an Associate with the Texas Pacific Group and an Analyst with Morgan Stanley & Co. Mr. Sangani holds a Masters from the University of Oxford and a Bachelors from Columbia College, both in Economics.
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About Alation: Alation offers a machine learning data catalog to help people find, understand, and trust data across their organizations.
CEO & Co-Founder of Rockset
Dhruba Borthakur is CTO and co-founder of Rockset, responsible for the company’s technical direction. He was an engineer on the database team at Facebook, where he was the founding engineer of the RocksDB data store. Earlier at Yahoo, he was one of the founding engineers of the Hadoop Distributed File System. He was also a contributor to the open source Apache HBase project. Dhruba previously held various roles at Veritas Software, founded an e-commerce startup, Oreceipt.com, and contributed to Andrew File System (AFS) at IBM-Transarc Labs.
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About Rockset: Rockset is a computer software company that offers a cloud data infrastructure.
Co-Founder and CEO of StarTree
Kishore Gopalakrishna is the Co-founder and CEO of StarTree.
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About StarTree: StarTree is a startup building a platform-as-service version of the Apache Pinot analytics platform.
Chief Executive Officer of Evidation Health
Deborah Kilpatrick is the Chief Executive Officer of Evidation Health.Prior to this role, she served as the Chief Commercial Officer of genomic diagnostics company CardioDx. Earlier in her career, Deborah held multiple leadership roles at Guidant Corporation, including Research Fellow, Director of R&D, and Director of New Ventures in the Vascular Intervention Division. She serves on the Georgia Tech Advisory Board and is a Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering. Deborah is a co-founder of the MedtechVision Conference, now held annually in Silicon Valley. She holds BS, MS and PhD degrees in mechanical engineering with a bioengineering focus from Georgia Tech.
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About Evidation Health, MedTech Women: We enable and empower everyone to participate in better health outcomes.