EXECUTIVE TEAM

UBIX is lead by an experienced management team with deep knowledge of enterprise software startups, analytics and AI technologies, sales, marketing, operations and management.

Doug Barton

President and Chief Product Officer

Doug is President and Chief Product Officer of UBIX.AI. Doug is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern. Previously Doug served as Director of IBM Watson Product Marketing in IBM’s Industry Platforms business and also held senior leadership positions at IBM Big Data & Analytics, Cognos (acquired by IBM), Closedloop (acquired by Lawson Software), Hyperion (acquired by Oracle), Arbor Software, Alcar and Price Waterhouse.

Rick Lamoreaux

VP Engineering

Rick has been active in tech startups since the late-90s dotcom boom.  He was a founding developer for a network automation product that started as TrueControl which later became HP Enterprise’s Network Automation product. Rick has served in almost every role in software development, from coding to architect to management.

Drew Minkin

Chief Data Scientist

Drew, our Chief Data Scientist, first tackled analytics in 1991 with his thesis on interpretations of an ancient Chinese text used as a decision engine. Drew has built machine learning solutions inside Fortune 10 business analytics through real time solutions and mentored hundreds of professionals in becoming data scientists.

John Burke

Chairman

John is a proven operator and technology executive with 20 years experience in fast-growth environments ranging from start-ups to public technology companies. He has served in the COO, CFO and Senior Financial roles at DYE Precision, St. Bernard Software, Global Domains, Visual Sciences and WebSideStory. John was part of the management team at WebSideStory that pioneered SaaS-based web analytics. He was instrumental in raising over $44 million in private equity and $50 million in the Company’s IPO. John oversaw financial operations during the Company’s growth from $9 million to $100 million in annual revenues. The Company sold in late 2007 for over $400 million.

John started his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he served in both business assurance and financial advisory services. He specialized in mergers and acquisitions, business valuation and forensic accounting. He received his CPA while at PwC. John was honored as 2009 Public Company CFO of the Year by the San Diego Business Journal for his transformational role at St. Bernard Software.

John received his BS in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accounting from San Diego State University. John was President of the Student Accounting Society and was honored as the College of Business Graduation Speaker for his graduating class.

Miles Mahoney

Board Member

Miles is a successful, serial entrepreneur and executive coach with over 25 years of operational, financial and go to market leadership experience with private and public software companies. Miles spent the last 4 years focused on creating companies that addressed existing problems within the Industrial, Manufacturing, Security, and Healthcare vertical markets for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with Frost Data Capital.   Miles’ expertise and experience in start-ups, lean management strategies, and successful strategic investment transactions provides value to the boards and CEOs he supports.  Prior to Frost, Miles was CEO and Founder of Invest Idaho Innovation, LLC, the first ever foreign Investment fund focused on Technology and Innovation.  The fund was a $50M fund focused on early stage company investment as well to create a centralized tech-transfer and commercialization function to increase availability and access to investment capital for entrepreneurs and small businesses, better supporting new-firm formation and expansion.  Immediately prior to that, he held multiple leadership roles, President and SVP roles at Altair Engineering, SAS, BusinessObjects and Crystal Decisions.  Miles has a BA in Finance from Montana State University, where he played 4 years of college basketball and an MBA from Grazadio School of Management, Pepperdine.