Tell us about your career thus far!
I’m very fortunate to have a rewarding career that spans over 20 years with global technology leaders like Oracle and Salesforce as well as enabling smaller, founder-led start-ups to scale. Throughout this journey I’m proud to have built and led successful growth organizations focused on helping enterprises embrace digital transformation and evolving customer experience through the power of data and analytics.
What attracted you to Flybits?
Flybits’ leadership, vision, the people & culture, and the quality of our platform which is enabling the next generation of contextual experience and digital transformation in banking and financial services. A mentor once said to me, “when you look at your career, focus on the company versus the role in terms of personal growth and reward.” It’s very exciting to be here!
Share a quote/mantra that you live by.
If opportunity doesn’t knock, then build a new door.
What are you most proud of?
On a personal level, I’m proud of my family and my two boys.
Professionally, I’m proud to have had the opportunity to be part of very rapidly growing companies, playing an integral role in helping them scale quickly, and supporting others to achieve their career goals.
Where do you see Flybits in 5 years?
There’s explosive potential here. There is a tremendous opportunity for contextual experience and our platform to disrupt our industry and enable enterprise digital transformation. I believe that Flybits will continue to push the envelope to become the market leader in digital contextual experience globally.
How would you describe yourself?
A mentor, innovator, traveler, and family man.
Any final thoughts?
Having experienced high growth organizations before, I’m excited to be here at Flybits and be part of building something. More than anything, I’m looking forward to enjoying the journey as much as the destination.
Who has been your greatest mentor/inspiration?
My dad. He was an entrepreneur who faced a lot of adversity. Though things weren’t always easy, he persevered — working hard and always with integrity to achieve success.