Lone Stone LLC
Foster City, California
Foster City ARES® (nonprofit, volunteer organization)
Founder, President, Board Member
Foster City, California
October 2015 to November 2016
San Francisco Bay Area
January 1998 to April 1998
June 1996 to January 1998
San Francisco, CA
GE Medical Systems, Inc.
Senior Technologist, Advanced Technologies & Programs
1995 to 1996
Taligent (a Joint Venture of Apple, IBM and HP)
Senior Software Engineer, Distributed Computing Group
1994 to 1995
November 2015 to October 2017
San Francisco Bay Area & Pasadena, California
Group Vice President and General Manager, Talent Cloud Platform & Taleo CTO
June 2012 to August 2013
December 2010 to May 2012
VP, Products & Technology
April 2009 to December 2010
San Francisco, California
CTO & VP, Technology & Products
April 1998 to April 2009
San Francisco, CA
Apple Computer, Inc.
Senior Software Engineer
1988 to 1994
Serbian AI Society
Advisory Board Member
Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President, Engineering & Product
June 2013 to August 2015
San Francisco, California
SVP, Artificial Intelligence
Cupertino, California, United States
Chief Product Officer
October 2018 to August 2020
San Francisco, California
Founder @ Lone Stone LLC Lone Stone is a privately held company that develops software products. Foster City, CaliforniaFounder, President, Board Member @ Foster City ARES® (nonprofit, volunteer organization) The principal mission of the Foster City Amateur Radio Emergency Services (FCARES) group is to provide emergency communication for the community of Foster City, California through support of local served agencies, community outreach and development and training of emergency communicators. Foster City, CaliforniaAdvisor @ HIREarci, Inc. Advisor to the company on product, architecture and business matters. HIREarci is a startup company developing state of the art assessment products. From October 2015 to November 2016 (1 year 2 months) San Francisco Bay AreaSenior Architect @ Go.com (InfoSeek) Assisted in the transfer of 280 Inc. technology and intellectual property assets to InfoSeek. Resolved issues including massive scalability to millions of users per day, deployment cost reduction, integration with InfoSeek technology and procedures, universal login and user directory integration, online community design and strategic planning for community based products and services. From January 1998 to April 1998 (4 months) Senior Architect @ 280 Inc. Responsible for server architecture, design and implementation of one of the first Internet-based CORBA applications and the first collaborative, online community/workspace on the web. Meeting Center was a SaaS offering based on small workgroups of previously unrelated collaborators with no common infrastructure. 280 Inc. pioneered the online meeting room/project room concept years before Groove came on the scene. The technology was acquired by InfoSeek and is now owned by Disney. Architected and designed the Meeting Center service based on a pioneering distributed, highly scalable, robust, multi-tier, multi-server, multi-threaded backend architecture that ran on large-scale SMP systems. Evaluated and integrated third-party technology and maintained vendor relationships. Represented the company on OMG and emerging standards committees. Created the first Java-based implementation of RC4. Designed and implemented a security facility for the Iona Orbix and OrbixWeb products. Specified, evaluated and created a budget for development and production hardware and software, including cost and capacity planning models and performance analysis. Successfully recruited top engineering talent in a tough job market. From June 1996 to January 1998 (1 year 8 months) San Francisco, CASenior Technologist, Advanced Technologies & Programs @ GE Medical Systems, Inc. Responsible for evaluating and prototyping advanced technologies and laying the technical foundation for a next-generation medical imaging application platform for the GE Healthcare. Evaluated technology for a next generation software platform for GE Healthcare. This was a heterogeneous, distributed, object based system that supported a wide range of diagnostic medical imaging applications across multiple modalities and platforms. Specifically focused on emerging technologies and advanced functionality including Java, CORBA, advanced image processing, collaboration, web based applications, various application frameworks and several object databases. Provided leadership as a domain expert in the area of distributed objects, frameworks, collaborative software, workflow, software architecture, and design and development process. Served as technical representative to the OMG and drove standards projects related to HL7 and DICOM. Represented GE on Sun Microsystems Java technology advisory board. From 1995 to 1996 (1 year) Waukesha, WisconsinSenior Software Engineer, Distributed Computing Group @ Taligent (a Joint Venture of Apple, IBM and HP) Responsible for building the messaging and groupware frameworks for the Taligent Operating System. Taligent was a joint venture of Apple, IBM and Hewlett-Packard that developed a hardware independent, object-oriented operating system and an application framework called CommonPoint. Provided messaging and groupware domain expertise. Audited current product, evaluating current capabilities relative to the marketplace and provided a roadmap for the Distributed Computing group, specifically in areas related to groupware, messaging, directory services, authentication and security. Designed and implemented a store and forward messaging object framework (U.S. and international patents filed) and API in C++ for the CommonPoint application. Contributor on the IBM proposal for the CORBA Messaging Service standard. From 1994 to 1995 (1 year) Cupertino, CACTO @ OpenX Reported to the President. Provided leadership and vision for engineering, product, design, quality, data science, business intelligence & analytics, strategy, program management, and operation of OpenX’s programmatic marketplace platform. Led 260 amazing people with locations in Pasadena and Santa Clara, California and Krakow, Poland. Managed a $100M budget.Introduced agile at scale. Nurtured a culture of engagement and collaboration. Drove prioritization and balance across product and engineering. Grew the team globally including key VP hires. Built great software. Scaled volume 6x, established capacity planning and testing, modernized infrastructure and developed AI capabilities in yield and load management. Moved to hybrid cloud on AWS and GCP. Reduced transactional costs. Acquired and integrated Mezzobit and PubNation.Championed talent management improvements including career development tools, an architecture job family, 360 reviews, intent-based leadership, and diversity programs. Audited hiring, pay, and promotion practices and data for gender bias and inequity and implemented corrections. Sponsored self-directed innovation through Hackathons. Provided mentorship and guidance to directs and rising stars. Expanded Labs mission to explore new methods of work and cultural dynamics.Co-developed platform strategy with the CEO and President incorporating a wide portfolio of functionality and a first-class focus on UX and customer value to address needs of the evolving ecosystem. Collaborated with Chief People Officer and CFO to mature processes and practices in talent management and F&A. Supported market-facing teams and cultivated strong relationships with key customers. Contributed to M&A strategy and supported investment related activities.OpenX processes 1T+ transactions/day. Operating on a micro-services stack, it leverages OSS tech, notably Java, Erlang, Hadoop, React, Kafka, Druid, Docker, Spark, Kubernetes, and Python. From November 2015 to October 2017 (2 years) San Francisco Bay Area & Pasadena, CaliforniaGroup Vice President and General Manager, Talent Cloud Platform & Taleo CTO @ Oracle Created and oversaw long-term strategic direction for the technology and platform architecture used by the Talent Cloud Service and ensured that internal product development efforts were aligned with that strategic direction. Additionally responsible for the Talent Cloud Platform R&D group which developed the foundational components and built and integrated technology used to build and profitably operate Oracle's Taleo SaaS products. The Platform group was additionally responsible for key horizontal product components including reporting, analytics, integration and big data products. Other responsibilities included technical leadership of Oracle product and architecture initiatives and supporting ongoing M&A activities.The Oracle Talent Cloud Service is 100% SaaS, delivering industry leading solutions for talent acquisition (recruitment), performance management, learning and development, and compensation management. Over 15% of new hires in the US and over 50% of the Fortune 100 are hired through the Talent Cloud Service. From June 2012 to August 2013 (1 year 3 months) Dublin, CaliforniaCTO @ Taleo Responsible for creating and overseeing the long-term strategic direction of the technology and platform architecture used by Taleo to develop its SaaS products and ensuring that internal product development efforts are aligned with that strategic direction. Additionally responsible for the Platform R&D group and Information Security, which developed the key underlying technologies used to build and profitably operate Taleo’s SaaS products. The Platform included revenue-generating components including Reporting and Analytics and several horizontal components of the product suite. Information Security was responsible for oversight of all security related aspects of Taleo's products and SaaS operations and related internal functions. These groups are based in multiple locations including key development centers in California, Quebec, Krakow, Florida and several other locations.Taleo Corporation was a publicly traded provider of cloud-based Talent Management solutions, which were primarily centered around talent acquisition (recruitment), performance management, learning and development, and compensation management. These capabilities combine to provide what Taleo called “Talent Intelligence,” or an enhanced level of insight into candidates and employees. Taleo sold its products entirely via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, in which all software and information resides in data centers operated and secured by Taleo. Oracle acquired Taleo in April 2012. From December 2010 to May 2012 (1 year 6 months) Dublin, CaliforniaVP, Products & Technology @ GENPACT Responsible for Product Strategy, Product Management, Technology and Architecture for Genpact SaaS products. Introduced a formal product development lifecycle and requirements process to Genpact. Established R&D and Engineering capacity, infrastructure, OEM relationships, technical product support and a SaaS environment for the former Avolent technology. Developed a go-forward strategy for creating a unified technology platform for future Genpact software products. Genpact is a leader in the globalization of services and technology and a pioneer in managing business processes for companies around the world. The company combines process expertise, technology and analytical capabilities with operational insight and experience in diverse industries to provide a wide range of services using its global delivery platform. From April 2009 to December 2010 (1 year 9 months) San Francisco, CaliforniaCTO & VP, Technology & Products @ Avolent, Inc. Responsible for Technology, Architecture, Performance Engineering and Product Strategy for a software product company providing EIPP/EBPP software and SaaS services to the Fortune 500. Developed and implemented technology initiatives and fostered commitment to engineering best practices and innovation. Aligned technology vision with business strategy. Established and grew an engineering organization and process. Led specification, design and development of the first and most durable 100% Java architecture for the EBPP/EIPP market. Defined, architected and provided design oversight through all releases. Consistently ranked best-in-class by analysts including Forrester and Gartner. Contributed as member of the executive management team. Provided mentoring, guidance and hands-on support for engineering staff and managers. Managed projects and resources cross-functionally across locations including offshore. Managed technical organizations, staff and budget through cycles of growth and recession. Hired, retained and grew a fantastic team of highly-skilled and talented engineers. Built performance engineering lab, infrastructure, tools and team and created products with industry-leading performance and scalability. Acquired Solant and merged assets and teams into Avolent. Provided leadership and guidance on M&A, partner and investor activity. Closed multi-million dollar deals providing executive level technical sales support. Managed technical aspects of critical customer relationships, including Dell, Office Depot, Penske, Xerox, Wells Fargo and others, retaining key accounts. Contributed directly in a hands-on role when appropriate. Specified, evaluated and prototyped new technologies. Delivered crucial SaaS capabilities, seamlessly incorporating Web 2.0 technologies in less than ideal economic conditions. Managed OEM relationships, intellectual property and patent programs and product strategy and requirements. Acquired by Genpact Inc. in 2009. From April 1998 to April 2009 (11 years 1 month) San Francisco, CASenior Software Engineer @ Apple Computer, Inc. Held several positions of increasing responsibility across the Mac OS and Networking and Communications groups within the Apple R&D organization including lead development engineer responsible for the PowerShare Mail Server, contributing engineer for PowerTalk Manager, a component of MacOS 7.5, QA Manager for store and forward messaging and mail toolbox. Built a highly scalable and high performance product with a very small footprint that far surpassed the capabilities of competing products of the period. Designed and implemented a high performance store and forward message subsystem, message router and queue manager achieving exceptionally high reliability and performance. Designed and implemented various features including network protocol extensions, APIs, administration support including account management and performance instrumentation. Supported third-party developers, beta seed sites, Apple Customer Support and internal rollout. Contributed to the product planning future releases. Responsible for managing and directing the efforts of a team of software engineers building automated test tools for low-level APIs and distributed systems. Determined milestone criteria, maintained schedules, tracked progress, provided feedback to development on the design, test plan creation and maintenance, implementation of test code and product testing. Designed portions and implemented a suite of automated test tools to be used in low-level testing of the Mail Toolbox. Lead or contributing product development engineer responsible for a variety of Communications related components including file transfer tools, terminal emulators and extensible component based scripting languages for automation of communications tools. From 1988 to 1994 (6 years) Cupertino, CAAdvisory Board Member @ Serbian AI Society Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President, Engineering & Product @ Centro Reported to the CEO. Provided vision and leadership for product, design, software engineering, quality, data engineering, data science, business intelligence & analytics, technology and data strategy, M&A, growth, delivery and operation of Centro’s cloud-based platform and application suite for digital media. Grew the team from a dozen to over 120 team members, across multiple geographic locations. Led the creation and definition of Centro’s media platform Basis. Basis combines a state-of-the-art Enterprise SaaS front-end built in Ruby on Rails and React.js and a robust backend processing over 100 billion impressions per day built on Java and Scala and implementing a Lambda architecture built on Cloudera and Kafka as well as a classical analytics solution hosted on AWS. Both data platforms support machine learning and predictive analytics as well as robust reporting capabilities. The Centro platform facilitates, automates, tracks and optimizes every step of the digital media planning, buying and execution process for guaranteed-reserved, programmatic direct inventory, RTB impressions and social media. Acquired SiteScout, a leading DSP, adding an engineering and product organization in Toronto. Established and grew a center for engineering and product in San Francisco. Introduced program management and agile at scale practices. Created formal QA and Tech Ops teams supporting the increasing complexity and sophistication of the product portfolio. Operated a dedicated recruiting team for product and engineering.Centro is a leading provider of media software and services. From June 2013 to August 2015 (2 years 3 months) San Francisco, CaliforniaSVP, Artificial Intelligence @ SugarCRM Leads the SugarCRM AI group, responsible for all aspects of architecture, implementation, data and model systems components, model and solution design and optimization, and model building tools and infrastructure. Heads a worldwide team of data scientists, product managers, architects, engineers, QA and operations staff collectively responsible for the design and delivery of SugarCRM’s AI platform and solutions. Cupertino, California, United StatesChief Product Officer @ Node.io Led product, engineering and data science at Node with teams in San Francisco, Serbia and other locations in North America. Rebuilt entire R&D organization and created the Node Platform from the ground up. Released the Node for Applications API product. Established product and engineering best practices, hired leaders and teams, reset organizational culture and practices and built an awesome, first of its kind AutoML capability that combines knowledge of over half a billion individuals and organizations with a business use case level approach to AI. Node enabled users of business applications to see into the future. Powered by Artificial Intuition™ technology, Node was the first turnkey AI-as-a-service platform focused on powering predictable business outcomes, which enterprises could use to quickly and seamlessly build advanced AI into both customer-facing and internal applications without investing years and millions of dollars on risky AI experiments. Applications powered by Node delivered predictions that enable users to make smarter connections and decisions about how to engage with customers, employees, investors, and partners. Node was deployed in the cloud and utilized a hybrid of supervised, semi-supervised and unsupervised deep-learning models along with knowledge graphs, time-series data, knowledge graphs, billions of entities and events and structured and non-structured text to deliver high-level abstractions that make predictions accessible to a broad range of business users. Node was a private company, backed by Mark Cuban, NEA, Avalon Ventures, and JetBlue Technology Ventures. Node was acquired by SugarCRM in 2020. From October 2018 to August 2020 (1 year 11 months) San Francisco, California
What company does Michael Radovancevich work for?
Michael Radovancevich works for Lone Stone LLC
What is Michael Radovancevich's role at Lone Stone LLC?
Michael Radovancevich is Founder
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Michael Radovancevich works in the Computer Software industry.
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