Ajay has been involved with mobile since 2002, when he left his job investing in startups to write apps for the first smartphones. The mobile companies he founded have created apps downloaded by tens of millions of users and have generated billions of page views. He grew up in SF Bay Area and earned an MBA from Stanford and bachelor’s degrees in physics and CS from UC Berkeley.
Tony has been building and managing technology companies for nearly 30 years. Prior to Moovweb, Tony was CFO at Efficient Frontier, a search, display and social campaign management solutions provider which reached nearly $100 million in revenue prior to its half billion dollar sale to Adobe. A California transplant, Tony grew up in Brooklyn. He holds a BA in Quantitative Studies from Johns Hopkins and MBA from Stanford.
Prior to Moovweb, Mitch headed up marketing, the online store and community efforts at DotNetNuke, the world’s leading open source WCMS for the Microsoft ecosystem. Mitch also led marketing for iRise, where he helped grow revenue and the customer base more than tenfold. He has many years of marketing and sales experience building successful software businesses at Scopus, Sybase, Wind River Systems and Ingres. Mitch holds a B.S. in computer science from the University of Connecticut. He also has a long history in motor sports and sits on the governing council of the non-profit International Motor Racing Research Center (IMRRC) based in Watkins Glen, NY.
Hampton is the original creator of Wikipedia Mobile (m.wikipedia.org) and is also the creator of several other successful iPhone applications with over 10 million downloads. He is also the mastermind behind Moovweb’s crazy new technologies to mobilize the web. Furthermore, he is the inventor of Sass, the world’s first CSS pre-processor, and the Haml markup language.
Laurent is responsible for business development & fostering our partner ecosystem. Prior to Moovweb, Laurent was a founding member of several startups including a comparison shopping engine, a private incubator and the CEO/Founder of Reveal Technology and Olliance. Laurent was also at Foundation Capital and an early employee at WR Hambrecht+Co, where he was responsible for the Open Source practice. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the UC Berkeley and an MBA from Stanford.
Phil is responsible for leading the Moovweb services team. Phil is a veteran of four start-ups, including three cloud based SaaS companies in the B2B enterprise space. Having worked at Responsys for the largest companies in the world as both an individual contributor and executive leader, Phil brings a vast amount of client services experience to Moovweb, including customer success, technical execution and team building.
Doug leads Moovweb’s sales and operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa managing the regions sales and engineering teams. Doug has vast multi-national experience taking startups through hyper-growth cycles. Most recently, Doug headed the EMEA launch and growth of Appcelerator’s operations in the region. Prior to that, Doug has held international leadership roles with Experian, Endeca (acquired by Oracle) and Infor which during his tenure grew from $100m annual revenues to $2.6bn. Doug has also held various sales roles with Cognos (acquired by IBM), Thomson Financial Software and Dun and Bradstreet. He is a graduate of the OU, with a post graduate diploma in management, specializing in business.
Michael is a proven global executive with a 20-year career highlighted by the building of winning go-to-market organizations. Prior to Moovweb, Michael led teams for Quest Software (acquired by Dell), SAP, VERITAS, and other leading software companies. Having lived and worked in the UK and multiple US cities, Michael is currently based in the Bay Area. He is a graduate of the University of Hartford in Connecticut.
Ike guides product design, management, and evangelism at Moovweb, and is active in industry thought leadership through his writing and speaking on mobile development and delivery. He has played similar roles in companies like the New York Times Company, PHT, WebEx, Symantec, and Genius Inc. A longtime software engineer, Ike was a co-author of the first commercial web server for Macintosh. He is also a widely published writer on food and culture.