News & Insight
February 22nd, 2012
IPONWEB appoints Brian Golbere as Lead Solutions Architect, North America
IPONWEB is excited to announce that Brian Golbere has joined the IPONWEB North American team as Lead Solutions Architect.
A skilled technologist with more than 20 years of experience across a broad range of technical consulting, software engineering and CTO roles, Brian has a proven record leading the build and deploy of large-scale, high volume computational advertising, machine learning, search and personalization platforms. Having worked with a range of companies, from early stage startups to the Fortune 100 and as an entrepreneur himself, Brian has a wealth of practical experience in growing a business and understanding the challenges faced in bringing a product to market.
As a key enabler of the RTB ecosystem, IPONWEB specializes in the custom development of media trading platforms, specifically tailored around a client’s unique business situation. Derek O’Neil, CBDO of IPONWEB stated that, “as Lead Solution Architect, Brian’s sophisticated expertise would be an invaluable asset to IPONWEB’s growing US customer base and an important first hire for us in the US market, as we look to build out our team here.”
In his new role, Brian will lead the client implementation and definition process for the company; helping customers to architect, define and customize market leading media trading and RTB platforms using IPONWEB’s proprietary technologies in the space.
Prior to IPONWEB, Brian was Chief Technology Officer at Adsovo, where he led the technology development for the brand safety and content verification service. Before this, Brian was Principal at OrcaTec a business focused on software consulting for eDiscovery, database analysis and data mining. Brian was also Executive Vice President, CTO, and co-founder of DolphinSearch where he engineered DolphinSearch’s patented concept search and was the primary architect for their electronic discovery review application and data center.
Brian holds a BA in Computer Science & Economics from University of Colorado and holds many patents related to concept identification, data mining, search and managing unstructured data.