Matthew Cordasco is a 20 year vet of Silicon Valley and a repeat-entrepreneur in San Francisco. He founded an interactive agency when he was 23 which he grew it to 100 people by the time he was 30. His most recent success was a web analytics and visualization company called Overstat which was acquired by Tealeaf Technologies, where he joined the management as the VP, Product and Usability. Tealeaf was acquired by IBM in 2012 for $440 million. Matthew left IBM in 2013 to found the crowdsourcing platform MyCrowd QA which delivers on-demand QA testing for websites, landing pages and mobile apps.
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