At Salesforce.com, Claus Moldt served as the Global CIO and Senior Vice President of Service Delivery. His team of several hundred people was responsible for the day-to-day operations of Salesforce.com’s external infrastructure, which included Capacity Planning, Availability Architecture, Disaster Recovery, Datacenters, Network, Servers and Storage Infrastructure. Claus has more than 26 years of operational, support, and consulting experience supporting and architecting large scale, highly available infrastructures.
Prior to joining Salesforce.com in 2006, Claus spent four years at eBay where his responsibilities included the delivery, availability, and maintenance of the eBay infrastructure. Claus has also held positions at Loudcloud and Oracle where he worked with Fortune 500 customers to aid in setting up scalable infrastructures.
Trae Chancellor joined Salesforce.com as CIO in 2006 and has held numerous senior roles there, including most recently as CTO, Integrated System Vendors. Under his leadership, the IT division successfully transitioned its operations to the cloud. Building on Salesforce.com's own platform-as-a-service, force.com, Trae and his team deployed new automation systems that effectively supported the business as it grew from $400 million to $1 billion in annual revenues.
Prior to Salesforce.com, Trae was Vice President of IT Application Engineering at PeopleSoft/Oracle. As a pioneer in software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology and operational models, Trae was part of the original engineering team at ExpertCity (acquired by Citrix) who built GoToMyPC and GoToMeeting. Trae holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nuclear Engineering from Texas A&M.
Matt Mihic was previously at Square, where he led development of the platform underlying Square’s payments and settlement infrastructure. Prior to Square, he was Chief Architect at Okta, responsible for engineering and operations of their next generation cloud-based enterprise identity management platform. Before Okta, Matt held senior engineering leadership positions at BEA Systems, Rearden Commerce, and IONA Technologies.
Randall is a serial entrepreneur and active investor. Since its formation in 1999, JUMP has invested in a variety of real estate companies, private equity funds, hedge funds, and more than 40 early–stage technology companies including Avamar Technologies (acquired by EMC), Business.com (acquired by R.H. Donnelley), Community Connect (acquired by Radio One), Google, GSX Group (acquired by Open Text), L90 (acquired by Intermix), mPath, Postini (acquired by Google), Seagate, UrgentRx, and ViaFone (acquired by Extended Systems).
Randall serves as Chairman of UrgentRx, and also serves on the boards of the University of Michigan and Northwestern Law School. He is also the owner and Chief Executive Officer of CollarCard, LLC.
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We’re looking for engineers & designers who want to build the next highly-scalable mobile ecosystem.
…You’ve lived the rest of the quote, because you design software that works well. You can put yourself in the users’ shoes, understand their goals, and empathize with their struggles. You understand that truly great software is the culmination of careful decisions that delight users and make their lives more productive. Are you ready to craft simple, innovative solutions for your users and create the next-generation of web and native mobile app experiences?
…It’s the engineering part that's hard. But you’ve done this before. You’re the type of engineer that doesn‘t fit in a neat little category, because you’ve tackled a bit of everything. If you’re the type that gets bored if you aren’t learning something new, this is the perfect job for you. You will have the opportunity to build a world-class service infrastructure that our customers will depend on to run their high-priority mobile apps.
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