Our revenue attribution platform arms the business and editorial teams of top publishers with real-time business intelligence and AI-powered insights to unleash the untapped power of their content strategy.
Results are delivered immediately through a suite of powerful applications along with cloud infrastructure built to help today’s open-web publishers crush their revenue goals.
Ken’s track record of innovation and growth began as an early hire at RevContent , a leading content recommendation platform. Ken solidified his business development bonafides while at RevContent, architecting deals with Fox News, Path, and other top publishers and advertisers.
Building on his success, he became the Director of Publications for WAM! Media Group, where deals with premium publishers like Microsoft, The Blaze and The Examiner helped the CPC network grow to more than two billion monthly ad impressions and paved the acquisition by Yabukka.
In 2013, after a stint with the browser plugin AdPeak, Ken and a partner successfully set out to build a top 100 web site on the back of proprietary technology that identifies and amplifies high-performing content. Realizing that they cracked the code on some of the most challenging problems facing open-web publishers, Ken focused efforts on building revenue attribution and media optimization technology that would later become the foundation for the AdRizer platform.
During his time as CEO, AdRizer has achieved rapid growth and was named by Inc. magazine as the nation’s fastest-growing software company.
Tim has two decades of experience working with some of the most noteworthy technologies in digital media. Early in his career, Tim established himself as a top seller at the search engine pioneer AltaVista. From there, he became the Director of National Advertising Sales at Homestore (now Move.com) where he helped right the ship for sites like Realtor.com and Rent.com.
In 2009, he joined AdMeld and again became a top seller as he helped publishers negotiate the new paradigm of programmatic media. After the supply side platform was acquired by Google, Tim became Executive Director of Publisher Development for LiveRail, a video exchange service that was acquired by Facebook to jump-start the social media network’s video advertising offering.
After two years at Facebook, Tim brought his publisher relationships and business acumen to AdRizer. As the company’s CRO, he focuses on providing open-web publishers with smart monetization solutions to ensure their critical role in a healthy media ecosystem.
Abe is a seasoned technology executive driven by his entrepreneurial spirit. He is widely recognized as a thought leader for his innovations in democratizing machine learning and scaling cross-platform mobile solutions.
Prior to taking the reins of AdRizer development, Abe founded Sencha Inc., a leader in Enterprise Application Development, and served as its Chief Executive Officer and President where he helped raise more than $30 million from Sequoia Capital. He also served as Chief Technical Officer at Sencha and led strategic initiatives with Microsoft, Google, Intel, Salesforce.com, AT&T, EMC, Samsung, and Morgan Stanley. Prior to that, he was the Chief Innovation Officer of C3 IoT, where he oversaw the creation of distributed in-memory machine learning platforms focused on uncovering abnormalities in sensor data.
Abe was also an investor and advisor to Appurify which was acquired by Google.
Grant has helped teams come together to achieve their goals since his days playing for the Washington Generals. After more than a year of artfully losing to the Harlem Globetrotters, Grant stepped in to rescue a struggling retail franchise by implementing new financial reporting systems and developing a replicable playbook for success that in time netted a 50 percent growth in revenue.
When presented with the challenge of three additional under-performing storefronts, he successfully scaled his processes and delivered similarly impressive results. Since his days as a retail turnaround artist, Grant has applied his success playbook as a wealth manager for high net worth individuals.
As AdRizer’s CFO, Grant fine-tunes the company’s day-to-day operations using precise financial controls and his refined business acumen.
Tim is a serial digital media entrepreneur and early-stage startup advisor with expertise that spans publisher content monetization to e-commerce strategy to sustainable consumer products.
He began his digital career in 2011 when he co-founded YBUY Inc, a subscription e-commerce platform that erases the lines that separate digital and brick-and-mortar worlds. In 2013, Tim joined Kiosked, a content monetization solution for publishers.
As the first U.S. employee, he scaled operations opening its Los Angeles sales office and closing multi-million dollar deals with the world’s largest advertisers and online publishers.
These days, Tim guides AdRizer business development and partnership strategy.
Ben’s journey as a digital visionary and angel investor began in 2000 at AOL where he trafficked display campaigns. He eventually led the ad inventory management team and ad product development for six years until the Time Warner merger.
Ben’s stints at The Fifth Network and JumpTV set the stage for his co-founding of Admeld, a pioneering real-time bidding media platform that introduced a new paradigm of programmatic media buying.
After a high-profile acquisition by Google, he remained at Admeld to run its global marketplace development team. During his tenure with Google, Ben began to focus on the unique challenges open-web publishers faced and felt there were healthier solutions for publishers to increase revenue. This led to his founding of Sourcepoint, the first content compensation platform designed to support a sustainable media ecosystem through a fair value exchange between publishers and consumers.
Growing up in Indiana Kevin Wall learned the power of music to move people while working in his family-owned roller-skating rink called the Roller Dome. After turning 18 Kevin packed his skate key and set his sights on Ann Arbor, Michigan to promote concerts at the University of Michigan.
When ex-Beatle George Harrison’s tour rolled into town looking for a portable stage, he seized the opportunity. His company, Stage One, Inc., became the largest lighting and staging vendor for stadium and arena tours catering to acts such as The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, and The Who.
Since those groovy days, Kevin went on to become an Emmy-winning new media entrepreneur and an early investor in Akamai and Facebook. Ever the social activist, he works to bring mainstream awareness to environmental, economic, and social issues by producing large-scale global music event platforms including Chime for Change, Live Earth, and Live 8.
Kevin is currently CEO of PTK Capital, a family investment fund that focuses on startups that are shaping the future, protecting the environment, and improving the way we live.