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The Vindicia management team has deep experience in building and leading successful companies in the SaaS, enterprise subscription billing, consumer entertainment, and enterprise software markets. The team’s experience spans companies such as eMusic, CoreMetrics, NetDynamics, Portal Software, PGP, and other market leaders.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer | Vindicia
Recognized by the San Francisco Business Times with the "40 under 40 Emerging Leaders Award" in 2012, Gene has deep experience with building companies that disrupt markets. Prior to Vindicia, Gene co-founded eMusic in January 1998 and served as President, Chief Executive Officer, and a Director. As head of eMusic, Gene was featured on the cover of Forbes Magazine as a member of the July 1999 E-Gang, and named one of the 100 most influential entrepreneurs in technology in Upside Magazine's November 2000 Elite 100. Gene led the acquisition of eMusic by Vivendi/Universal in June 2001. Before founding eMusic Gene was Director of Business Development and Director of Interactive Marketing of Pretty Good Privacy. Gene joined Pretty Good Privacy after it acquired PrivNet, Inc., an Internet privacy software company, where he was co-founder, Director and Executive Vice President.
Senior Vice President, Business Development | Vindicia
Charles joins Vindicia from SAP / Business Objects, where he served as Vice President of Corporate Development and Global Licensing. In this role he was responsible for third-party strategic transactions to enable new products to grow revenue via technology partnerships. Charles has over 20 years of experience in creating revenue growth and market expansion through inorganic methods, including mergers & acquisitions, OEM, licensing, joint ventures and IP asset purchase. He served as Senior Director of Business Development and M&A at Symantec and held various technical and marketing positions at Hewlett-Packard and Cisco. Charles holds an MBA from University of the Pacific and a Bachelors degree from University of San Francisco, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Executive Vice President of Engineering | Vindicia
Prior to founding Vindicia, Mark served as Vice President of Engineering and Business Development for ETP, Inc. and was a co-founder of LiquidMetal Consulting, providing time-critical engineering design and development resources to online media companies. Before LiquidMetal, Mark was a founding member and technical lead for FreeAmp.org, a non-profit, open-source media development organization sponsored by eMusic. Mark came to eMusic from PGP/Network Associates where he led the Windows client development for their flagship encryption product after joining the team through the merger of PGP and PrivNet, an Internet privacy software company, where he was co-founder, Director and Vice President of Engineering.
Senior Vice President, Worldwide Field Operations | Vindicia
Kris has 20 years of sales, sales management and executive experience, providing organizational leadership in the enterprise software and telecommunications industries. He has extensive experience in the billing and customer care market including senior management positions with Portal Software and CSG Systems. Prior to joining Vindicia, Kris was vice president of sales at Mu Security and SS8 Networks where his responsibilities included overall management of the global sales force and channel partners for each company. Previously he had held positions of increasing importance in sales management, culminating in his appointment as vice president and general manager of the Americas for Portal Software. Kris began his career at Apple Computer and has also held sales and sales management positions at Traverse Networks and CSG Systems.
Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer | Vindicia
Prior to joining Vindicia, Mark served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Transera Communications, Inc., an enterprise-class on-demand contact center software company. He also was the Chief Financial and Chief Operating Officer of Coremetrics, Inc., a leading on-demand web analytics and marketing optimization solutions company. Before joining Coremetrics, Mark was the Chief Financial Officer of CrossLogix, Inc., an enterprise-class software provider that developed sophisticated software access management to web and legacy applications. While there, he was an integral member of the team that negotiated the sale of CrossLogix to BEA in February 2003. Mark also has held positions as the Vice President, Finance and Administration at Method Networks - a company that automated and managed Internet site infrastructure operations; and as the Corporate Controller, Director of Finance and Treasurer at ProBusiness Services, Inc. (formerly NASDAQ: PRBZ; sold to ADP), a leading provider of comprehensive administrative outsourced services to large employers nationwide. Mark began his career in Silicon Valley at Coopers and Lybrand LLP, where he earned a credential as a Certified Public Accountant. Mark holds a Bachelors degree in Law and Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Senior Vice President of Marketing | Vindicia
Bryta joined Vindicia in 2013 and serves as Senior Vice President of Marketing. She is responsible for building brand awareness, creating go-to-market strategy and promotion, and driving growth. With over a decade of executive level marketing, product management and PR experience, Bryta has led marketing teams in enterprise technology and SaaS companies. Her experience includes heading product marketing at GoGrid, PGP, RSA and Symantec and business development and product management positions at Xcert, Thales, and Persistence Software. Bryta began her career with Xerox. Bryta holds a MA in Translation from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and an MBA from the University of Reutlingen.
Senior Vice President, Customer Success | Vindicia
Doug has over 20 years of experience in technology development and professional services in enterprise software and telecommunications. His primary areas of focus are professional services practice development and enterprise-scale integration strategy. Prior to joining Vindicia, Doug was responsible for technology assessment and product portfolio strategy for Openwave Systems in the Office of the CTO. Before Openwave, Doug was a regional CTO for Portal Software, where he led relationships with strategic accounts in both professional services and product technology. He also drove the company's product shift from Internet billing into the telecom carrier market. Previously Doug worked in Accenture's telecommunications practice, delivering billing and customer care platforms for major clients both domestically and internationally. Doug also has also led technology development at several early-stage start-ups. Doug has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Purdue University.
Chief Technology Officer | Vindicia
Before Vindicia, Brett was Executive Vice President of Technology for eMusic, joining Gene shortly after the company was founded. While at eMusic, Brett led a team of sixty-five employees and oversaw the technical integration of several geographically diverse enterprises utilizing multiple platforms. Brett has been a professional software developer since 1989, and has management, contract and technical experience through roles at Network Associates, PGP, NCR, MCI and IBM. Brett has particular expertise in the design and implementation of high transaction volume e-commerce systems, large-payload download infrastructures, conversion of paper documents to electronic formats, encryption and security.
Vice President and General Counsel | Vindicia
Hurst joined Vindicia in 2014 as Vice President and General Counsel and is responsible for all legal affairs of the company. Hurst has over 20 years of experience in a range of industries across Silicon Valley. Prior to joining Vindicia, Hurst served as General Counsel of Patriot Memory, a leading retailer of flash memory and storage products. Prior to that, he served as Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for Savi Technology, a leading RFID manufacturer, where he was instrumental in the company’s acquisition by Lockheed Martin in 2006. Hurst continued with Savi following the acquisition, taking on increased responsibilities within Lockheed Martin’s Legal Department. Prior to Savi, Hurst was General Counsel, North America, for Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), an enterprise-class data storage provider and subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. Prior to that, he worked as Associate General Counsel for transportation provider Emery Worldwide (since acquired by UPS). Before that, Hurst was a litigator at a medium-sized law firm. Hurst holds a Bachelors degree from the University of California at Davis in Managerial Economics, and a J.D. degree from Santa Clara University.