is the GM & VP, Business & Product Strategy at Oracle Dyn where he has been a long-time executive, having joined in 2008. Over the years, Kyle has spearheaded company growth and corporate strategy, which led to the acquisition by Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) in January, 2017. In his current role, Kyle focuses on product/business strategy and overall global business unit (GBU) operations.
As an expert in the global Internet, cloud, SaaS/IaaS, and technology markets and trends, Kyle has been featured in The New York Times. USA Today, WSJ, NPR ‘All Tech Considered’, PBS Frontline, Washington Post, Wired, TechCrunch, Entrepreneur & Web Hosting Industry Review. He has been a guest speaker at many universities and technology conferences globally, such as Harvard, Stetson, Bentley, SNHU, Gartner, Launch, The Next Web, Web Summit, CIO Summit, HostingCon, and Interop.
Kyle has spent the entirety of his career working in the “as-a-service” business model. Prior to joining Dyn, Kyle spent six years at SaaS company, WhippleHill Communications, Inc., acquired by Blackbaud Inc. (Nasdaq: BLKB). In addition to his efforts at Dyn, Kyle is also a board member, advisor and investor in several fast growth startups, including 3rd generation family business, YORK Athletics MFG.
He holds a BS in Marketing from Bentley University and lives in New Hampshire, with his wife and three kids.
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