Zach Coelius, Co-Founder & CEOZach is a serial entrepreneur, who initially co-founded Votes For Students, a national Pew Charitable Trusts-funded nonprofit. An early pioneer in the DSP space, Zach is now a frequent industry columnist and speaker. Zach received his BA from the University of Minnesota. Zach is an avid poker player and enjoys exploring the outdoors.
Susan Coelius Keplinger, Co-Founder & COOSusan graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in political science, where USA Today also named her one of the nation's top college students. Susan is an avid athlete and can be found hurling down the mountains of Lake Tahoe on her downhill bike or skis, chasing waves while kite surfing, or playing soccer with the Olympic Club.
Ryan Tecco, CTOHe has worked for startups his entire career, beginning with Indigo Security writing network code for their flagship DRM product. He relocated to San Francisco in 2005 when Indigo Security was acquired by San Mateo's Tablus, Inc. In 2006, he co-founded Ten Ton Labs, whose first product Squishr, was a search engine for music reviews.
Chris Zaharias, Chief Revenue OfficerAn 18-year sales veteran, Chris brings a proven track record of building highly successful sales organizations in emerging markets. Chris is helping leading marketers and agencies deliver profitability on the Facebook Exchange. Most recently, he led Dapper's global sales team and was VP of Search Sales at Omniture. Prior to Omniture, Chris was employee number two and held VP and SVP positions at Efficient Frontier.
Mike Winters, VP of AccountsMike graduated from the University of North Carolina and joined Triggit from Google's AdWords team in Mountain View, CA, where he developed a foundation in data-driven advertising. He oversees Triggit's client services group. You can find Mike biking around San Francisco on a quest to find either a pick-up basketball game or the city's best pizza joint, though usually not both at the same time.
A Little History
Triggit was founded in 2005 to address a simple question: “Why is the process of buying online display advertising so inefficient?” Over the past six years, Triggit's innovative demand-side platform has consistently pushed the industry forward. Triggit was one of the first companies to leverage real-time bidding exchanges when they appeared in the fall of 2008, and one of the first bidders integrated into the Google AdX Exchange in the summer of 2009.
Today, Triggit continues to be the most technologically advanced DSP in the market, pushing the envelope in areas ranging from integrated data management through its own DMP, to the development of built-in campaign attribution technology that gives advertisers the first truly accurate measure of overall display media ROI. With access to over 10 billion impressions a day from millions of sites across the web, Triggit uses advanced algorithmic calculations to optimize impression-based pricing and bidding, executing real time buying decisions in less than 50 milliseconds.