Eric is the co-founder and CEO of Embrace, the only observability and data platform built for mobile. Embrace assists enterprises with their generational transition from legacy web commerce to mobile. Companies like Wish, Hilton, P&G, and Home Depot rely on Embrace to make mobile a competitive advantage in how they interact with their end-consumers as well as their workforces. Real-time observability and automated access to the unique time and user-based datasets of mobile are essential for their entire team, whether engineering, marketing or business intelligence, to remain relevant.
Eric co-founded Scopely, the largest US mobile games publisher, valued at over $4B, with 8+ top-grossing games (Scrabble, Star Trek, Walking Dead, WWE and Yahtzee.) Eric has been an executive for various data-focused companies. At Aggregate Knowledge (acquired by Neustar,) he invented the first data-management platform (DMP.) Eric began his career in technical sales at Trilogy where he closed 8 figured enterprise partnerships. He holds a JD/MBA from NYU and EE and CS degrees from Duke University.
Mobile is the greatest disruptor of our generation in how we interact, work, shop, travel, and play. Enterprises, and their traditional vendors, are not positioned for this generational transition from legacy web to mobile. Embrace is the only observability and data platform built for mobile. Companies, including Wish, Goat, Hilton, P&G, Owlet, and Home Depot, partner with Embrace to observe, proactively analyze, and access the unique datasets of phones, tablets, point-of-sale systems, IoT, cars, and other devices. Their entire teams, whether engineering, marketing, or business intelligence, use Embrace to create and optimize the experiences of their end-consumers and workforces.
Mobile is a unique challenge for mobile teams, who must now think in terms of millions of autonomous devices with an infinite variation of user and environmental variables. Embrace unlocks the value by consuming 100% of the user-behavioral and technical time-based session data. Teams now have real-time observability for product and engineering and automated analysis of usable and transformed datasets for marketing and BI.
Embrace is supported by leading investors, including Greycroft, Allianz, and YCombinator, and executives from DataRobot, AppDynamics, PagerDuty, Lookout, Scopely, Parse, MoPub, and Apple TestFlight.