|Vanderbilt University, BS||2002|
Adam Jackson is a San Francisco-based entrepreneur with a technology background that specializes is Internet-based startups.
He holds a bachelors in computer engineering from Vanderbilt University and got his start as a software and web developer. After college he started an eCommerce consulting business that specialized in customized shopping sites, custom CRM systems for the real estate industry and fraud detection software for the mortgage industry.
In 2004 he founded a first-of-its-kind local shopping business called MarketSquare.com which was acquired by StepUp Commerce, Inc in 2005. He ran the engineering group for StepUp until they were acquired by Intuit in 2006. For Intuit he worked in the corporate strategy division developing new business models aimed at growing Intuit’s revenue stream through productizing its vast data assets.
Jackson left Intuit in 2006 to co-found DriverSide.com, a new automotive startup focused on helping consumers better own and maintain their car. He runs the product and engineering groups for DriverSide.