MQ, Powered By Personal Data Fusion

The Internet made information available and now smartphones bring that
information to the palm of our hands. An ever-growing selection of
apps connect us to data streams of all kinds. These technologies enable
individual professionals to accomplish more than ever before, but they
also expose our limits: we can only process so much information before it
overwhelms us and information overload sets in.

 

Computers created information overload but they can also solve it,
by using intelligent algorithms to distill and condense data into more concentrated,
meaningful and useful forms. For example, the meetings, emails, social media
connections, contact information and news articles related to a particular project are
automatically grouped together and organized, so the information you need is
easy to find. ModuleQ calls this distillation process Personal Data Fusion.

 

 

Learn more about ModuleQ from the Founder & CEO, David Brunner.

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Executive Management

David Brunner
Founder & CEO

  • PhD Information, Technology & Management - Harvard University
  • BS Computer Science - Stanford University
Sherry Harmon
CRO

  • COO, cfactor
  • VP Sales, WebEx
  • VP Inside & Channel Sales, SupportSoft
Varouzhan Ebrahimian
CTO

  • CTO, RivalWatch (acquired by Hale Global)
  • Director of Software, Oracle

Board of Directors

Allen Miner
Chairman

  • Founder, Oracle Japan
  • Founder, Salesforce.com Japan
Marco Iansiti
Director

  • Professor & Unit Head, Technology & Operations Management - HBS
  • Co-founder & Director, Model N (NASDAQ: MODN)
Ethan Bernstein
Director


Advisors

John Dillon
Senior Advisor

  • CEO, Aerospike
  • CEO, Salesforce.com (1999 - 2001)
  • CEO, Hyperion Solutions (1993 - 1999)
Pete Hartigan
Senior Advisor

  • CEO & Founder, Trusted Ventures, LLC
  • Chief Community Officer, SoFi (2011 - 2013)
Fred Amoroso
Senior Advisor

  • Chairman, Yahoo (2012 - 2013)
  • President & CEO, Rovi (2005 - 2011)
  • President & CEO, CrossWorlds Software (1999 - 2002)