Gerry Cullen 512-507-3428 www.gerrycullen.com email@example.com
Large account sales.
OEM account sales.
Electronics and software.
- Created three successful start-up technology companies.
- One successful turn-around company.
- Helped grow start-up to a Fortune 500 company over 14 year career.
- KPMG Technology Award, 2000.
- Best-In-Show Award, NetWorld, 1999
- Texas Angel Investors Award, 1999
(Start-up) 2011– Present
Manager, Tech Support
Responsible for day-to-day operations of small engineering and software company support.
(Acquiring company) 2005– 2010
Manager, Austin Technology Group
Managed group of 12 engineers and software developers after IT WatchDogs was acquired.
start-up) 2003 – 2005
CEO (founder) Austin, Texas
Started low cost network
environment monitoring hardware/software
company using web marketing.
Revenues grew to $2.8M.
Company acquired in 2005
by Geist Manufacturing under
a three year work-out contract.
SG Software, Inc.
(merged with Neon Systems,
Hired to find contract projects
for group of software developers.
Closed development $2.5M
contract. Company developed
an enterprise-class mainframe
to PC monitoring console.
Investors merged company
after contract completed.
NetBotz, Inc. (Venture funded start-up) Austin, TX
CEO (co-founder) 1999 –
NetBotz used embedded processors to continuously monitor computer
environment and power conditions. Raised $7M. Revenue grew to $16M.
Became VP of Business Development after second round of financing.
Company was sold to America Power Corporation in 2007.
iChat (Acuity), Inc. (Sale of Company ) Austin, TX
VP, Business Development 1998 – 1999
Hired to find acquisition
partner for this 65 employee
Internet Call Center software
company. Located twelve
prospective buyers. Company
was sold to Quintus (stock
swap) in September 1999.
MyTech, Inc. (Turnaround)
VP, Marketing 1994 –
commercial lighting controls.
Raised two rounds of equity
capital, helped develop
new product line. Found
three major OEM accounts.
Company achieved profitability
and was acquired by Hubbell
San Antonio, TX, Paris,
VP, Business Development,
Video Conferencing Group
1991 - 1993
Responsible for sales partnerships
and CODEC technology licensing
for MINX judicial courtroom
video conferencing product.
Purchased CODEC company
technology. Company ceased
US operations in 1993.
Image Data Corporation. (Venture funded start-up) San Antonio, TX
CEO (later, VP, Marketing)
Developed the first tele-radiology device which allowed radiologists to
view x-ray images remotely. Raised $11M in venture funding. Grew to
$15M revenue. Company was acquired by Raytheon for cash and stock.
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO
Bachelor of Science / Physics
University of Colorado Boulder,
Wharton, Finance for Engineers,
“Search Engine Optimization Dictionary” (Fall 2009)
“Server Room Climate and Power Monitoring” Amazon
“Low Cost Web Servers” Amazon
“The Coldest Call – Why Some Good Products Don’t Sell” Amazon
“Simplified Guide to Business Programming”, 1978 (20,000 copies, now out of print)
“Video Conferencing – New Business Tool.” (ITCA Book Award, now out of print)
“Self adjusting ultrasonic occupancy sensing” with Myron, Fowler and Konradi
“Use of Appliance as Hardware and Software Monitor” with Fowler.
“Self-powered Ethernet Appliances” with Fowler
“Hall Effect Clamp-on Current Monitor” with M. Smith
“Subtractive AC Current Measurement Using Toroid” with M. Smith and G. Hutchinson
“Relay Switching Confirmation Method” with M. Smith
Spanish, Foreign Service Level 1 Proficiency