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DomainTools Names Bruce Roberts as VP of Technology & Jeff Day as VP of Marketing and Product & Is Still Hiring

Posted on the 19 September 2013 by Worldwide @thedomains

DomainTools®, is pleased to announce the appointments of Bruce Roberts to Vice President of Technology and Jeff Day as Vice President of Marketing and Product.

Both Executives bring deep enterprise software experience in growth-company environments, and add critical leadership acumen as DomainTools invests heavily to meet increasing demand from clients in the Cyber Security and Brand Protection markets.

Bruce is a 20-year veteran in engineering and systems development, with a Ph.D. in Applied and Engineering Physics from Cornell University. Before DomainTools, he was Chief Technology Officer at Rouxbe Global Food Group. Bruce has held lead architect and management roles at HP and Opsware and was key in developing the early sites for and

Most recently, Jeff was the founder and CEO for Enodo Software, a cloud-based big data analytics technology for Marketing Performance Management. Over the last 15 years he has lead marketing organizations and product management at companies such as Apptio, HP, PolyServe, Sun Microsystems and Intel.

DomainTools’ Enterprise business has grown over 300% in the last year, as companies and government agencies turn to DomainTools’ market-leading Whois and DNS data to help investigate cybercrime and online brand fraud.

“DomainTools is experiencing rapid growth in the enterprise segment primarily due to the increasing recognition that DNS intelligence is a critical instrument in the fight on cyber crime and online brand fraud,” said Timothy Chen, CEO at DomainTools. “Bruce and Jeff each have a long history of developing and bringing to market successful enterprise products. We’re excited to have them both on the DomainTools team.”

In addition to expanding the executive team, DomainTools is growing across all functions with 6 positions open in marketing and engineering.…

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