Eric's career as a tech executive and angel investor spans more than 20 years. He's worked with companies ranging from entrepreneurial start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. From 1995 to 2010, Eric held a number of sales executive positions at ILOG in the US and in France. Prior to the acquisition of ILOG by IBM in 2008, he was responsible for the entire revenue of the company ($200M), managing the worldwide Sales and Services organization. He then spent two years at IBM integrating the sales team within the IBM organization. Eric and his family live in Atherton CA. When he has time he skies, rock-climbs and paraglides.
Nitsan is the product leader and a passionate developer. He has a proven track record of designing enterprise software products and leading worldwide R&D teams ranging from 2 to 200 people. He led the development of Jrules at ILOG. Nitsan then spent 3 years at IBM, where he was head of the Decision Management portfolio. Nitsan is passionate about software development, product design and recently co-founded an organization to promote software development in France (fierdetredeveloppeur.org). Nitsan and his family live in Paris. He is married with two daughters, one is a sci-fi nut, the other plays guitar in a rock band called Larsen Effect.
Antoine is a software architect with 15 years of experience developing and designing products at ILOG and IBM. He started developing web apps in 2000. Between 2005 and 2012, he was the main architect and team leader for Rule Team Server, ILOG's highly scalable rule repository and web front-end for business users. After ILOG's acquisition by IBM, he has led several development projects involving up to 30 people, while always keeping a close eye on the code. Antoine is passionate about user interface and user experience. An avid cyclist, he and his family live in Paris. He plays loud rock music to help his kids (ages 7 and 4) fall asleep at night. For some reason, it just works.
Bob brings 25+ years of experience with advanced software technologies to ccGenie. His successful career spans work with startups to Fortune 100 companies. Bob began as a straight-commission salesman, became an award-winning individual contributor, built and led world-class international sales and professional services teams, and developed into a skilled technology marketer and effective general manager. He founded two firms and held senior roles at other tech companies including ILOG and Sun Microsystems' SunSoft. Bob studied at UMass-Boston after serving in the US Navy, earned an EMBA from Babson College, and earned an AMP from The Wharton School.