Frank is a 25-year technology industry veteran with a track record of building value in startups and exiting successfully. As CTO of Kobiton, Frank sets the product and technology direction for the company.
Prior to Kobiton, Frank served as CEO for GeoIQ, a geospatial analytics company founded in 2004 serving commercial and government markets. Under Frank’s leadership, the company tripled its revenue prior to being acquired by its biggest competitor, ESRI. Prior to GeoIQ, Frank was CEO of EzGov, one of the pioneering companies for government online transactions founded in 1999. Frank grew the company between 2005 to 2009 to $28 million in revenue and $7m in operating profit. EzGov sold to CACI in June 2009. Prior to that Frank was an executive within Accenture’s Technology Practice. Frank holds a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in
Computer Science from Columbia University in New York.