We provide answers and insights for brick and mortar locations, just as web analytics do for e-commerce. Our cloud-based analytics service helps retailers quantify marketing’s offline impact, optimize store performance, and understand customer behavior. Our analysis helps retailers make smarter, data-driven decisions that attract, engage, and retain customers.
Brent is a seasoned entrepreneur and sales/go-to-market executive with a track record of building and running large sales and account management teams in the consumer, SMB, and enterprise markets. In addition to his extensive go-to-market background, Brent has been intimately involved in the development of enterprise grade analytics platforms where he holds multiple technology patents.
Before he joined Euclid, Brent was the Founding Head of Sales and Vice President at Reputation.com (Backed by Kleiner Perkins, Bessemer, and August Capital). Reputation.com, named a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum, is the world's leading provider of online reputation products and services. Under his leadership at Reputation.com, revenue grew from zero to many tens of millions (financials not disclosed publicly) across over a million customers in 100+ countries.
Prior to assuming his role at Reputation.com, Franson spent several years building a full-service international search engine technology agency, which ultimately grew to include offices in Philadelphia, Denver, Mountain View, and Bangalore.
Will co-founded Euclid in 2010 and served as CEO until 2014 when he took on his current role as Executive Chairman and CSO. He is responsible for the company’s long-term business strategy and focuses on Euclid’s data and product vision. Will strives to answer retail’s toughest marketing and operations challenges with insights into real-world shopping behavior. Will’s root in retail run deep — his grandfather was an innovator in shopping center development and the chairman of the International Council of Shopping Centers. Will spearheads Euclid’s privacy leadership and serves on the Advisory Board of the Future of Privacy Forum.
Prior to Euclid, Will worked as an analyst at Thomas Weisel Partners and graduated from Stanford University.
Ken Leung is a seasoned technology executive with a proven record of building world-class products. As CTO, he heads development of the company’s shopper analytics platform for brick and mortar retailers. Leung has more than 20 years of product experience, including executive roles at Ariba and Remedy Corporation. Previously, Leung was President and CEO of FonRoots, developing a self-service mobile advertising solution. He holds degrees in Computer Engineering and Engineering Physics from Santa Clara University.
Randy has over 19 years of experience leading product and corporate marketing organizations at leading enterprise software companies. As Vice President of Marketing, he is responsible for the company’s global marketing efforts, including product marketing and go-to-market programs.
Before joining Euclid, Randy held senior product and corporate marketing roles at both ServiceSource and Genesys. Previously, Randy was a founding executive of the marketing team at Active Reasoning, a pioneer in data center automation. Randy also held various corporate and product marketing positions at Cable & Wireless, Exodus, Oracle, Informix and Liberate Technologies.
Randy is the author of the popular IT Compliance for Dummies, Dynamic Contact Center for Dummies, and Dynamic Customer Engagement for Dummies books. A Bay Area Native, Randy holds a bachelors degree in International Business from Cal Poly Pomona.
As a product and engineering leader, Jean-Paul has led teams to successfully build innovative products and services at Twitter and Bebo/AOL, and most recently the Data Products Team at RallyHealth. As Vice President of Products, Jean-Paul is responsible for Euclid’s product strategy and management.
As an early product manager at Twitter, Jean-Paul directed efforts to deliver new versions of User-Search, User and Brand-Profiles. Additionally, he was part of the team charged with rebuilding Twitter’s infrastructure, growing the engineering team from 80 to more than 350 engineers in less than a year and a half, and scaling Twitter’s architecture to support 250 million daily tweets.
Before joining Twitter, Jean-Paul managed the product development team at Bebo/AOL that created the Lifestream platform, the Social Inbox, and User Profiles. Earlier in his career, he was a founding developer of the Yahoo! social networks: Y!360, Y!Mash and Y!Profiles.
A Silicon Valley native, Jean-Paul studied Biophysics at the University of California, San Diego.
Mark has a twenty-year history of success in Silicon Valley and International Markets across sales, business development and product management. He is a recognized spokesman, panel participant and domain expert for Wireless and Mobility strategies in the enterprise, service provider and B2B2C markets. As the Vice President of Partnerships, Mark is responsible for driving growth through strategic relationships in the Wi-Fi and mobility marketplace.
Over the course of this career, Mark has an established track record with Global 100 companies including Cisco and DEC. In addition, he has held leadership positions with start-up companies in the Search Engine, Location Based Services and Mobile-Wireless solutions including Vicinity, Inktomi, Aruba Networks and KonaWare.
Mark is a former US Air Force Officer, and holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Norwich University and an MBA in High Technology Management from Golden Gate University, and attended executive education studies at MIT Sloan School of Management and Stanford University.
Prior to joining Euclid, John McAdoo was CFO for two VC-backed companies, where he played a major role in helping to scale operations and support fundraising efforts. McAdoo has a proven track record of driving revenue and profitability and, after eight years with ARM Holdings plc, managed the company's $1B acquisition by Artisan Components. A native of the UK, he attended the University of Manchester, where he received a BA in Economics before going on to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.