Moovweb’s cloud-based platform delivers experiences optimized for any device. As the fastest-growing mobile solution, Moovweb allows market leaders to adapt new experiences fast, iterate often, and deliver better mobile experiences. Founded in 2010, Moovweb is headquartered in San Francisco. Moovweb delivers over 2.5 billion pages to 60 million mobile users every month, powering hundreds of mobile experiences for market leaders including Nordstrom, AIG, Kaiser, McKesson, Fairmont and Campbell’s.
Patrick Collins General Manager and SVP of Platform Services
Patrick has successfully built and launched multiple products and businesses. He was CEO and founder of 5th Finger, a venture-funded mobile commerce business, which he sold to Merkle in 2012. 5th Finger was recognized as an Inc 500 fastest growing company 2 years in a row.
Patrick is an Australian software engineer by background with an MBA from Australia’s leading business school. He advises numerous startups, runs the Aussie Founder network and loves a bit of woodworking.
Dileepan Siva Chief Revenue Officer
Dileepan is a mobile veteran who recently led strategic partnerships for Twitter Commerce. Previously, he served as Head of Sales for Symphony Commerce working with emerging consumer brands to scale online. Dileepan has also advised eBay as well as several startups on mobile commerce. Prior to tech, he cofounded an advisory firm working with Fortune 50 companies on expanding their retail presence in emerging markets. Dileepan received an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from the University of California at Berkeley.
Laurent Meynier VP, MoovCheckout & Partnerships
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.
Joe Whitty VP, Finance
Joe has had a passion for finance ever since he was a two year old pounding out numbers on his dad’s tape fed 10 key calculator. Prior to Moovweb, he was the Corporate Controller of Amalfi Semi, where he was instrumental in its sale to RF Micro Devices. He also was previously the Corporate Controller of Ikanos Communications, a public company, where he was responsible for a public offering as well as two acquisitions. Joe started his career at KPMG LLP, where he was an Audit Senior Manager and a Certified Public Accountant. Joe has a BS in accounting from Santa Clara University.
Ajay Kapur CEO & Co-Founder
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.
Joe Krasko Vice President Sales
Joe Krasko is a sales veteran who most recently led sales in the east and central regions for C3 Energy, Tom Siebel’s most recent start-up. Joe joined C3 when the primary focus was on the commercial and industrial side and helped lead the transition into the utility sector, where C3 has experienced unprecedented growth. Before joining C3, Joe was with Hara Software, where he repositioned the company from a sustainability and carbon tool to an energy cost reduction application before being acquired by Verisae. Prior to Hara, Joe spent five years building and leading sales at Advanced Data Exchange before being acquired by Liaison Technologies. ADX provided commerce management services for businesses.
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