Jeffrey Glueck has served as CEO of Skyfire since July of 2009. Glueck has grown Skyfire to win multiple Tier One wireless operator infrastructure and CMS customers, and led Skyfire to develop carrier-grade optimization solutions that elastically boost bandwidth capacity by 65% across smartphones, tablets and laptops. Skyfire's Rocket Optimizer and Skyfire Horizon products are deployed or are in deployment with Tier One North American carriers, both leveraging cloud technology.
He has also grown Skyfire’s consumer apps as a laboratory and showcase for its carrier-grade technology, including launching two apps which reached #1 top selling positions on the Apple App Store. Skyfire apps have been downloaded by over 20 million users across multiple platforms.
Glueck is an entrepreneur whose first start-up, site59.com in 1999, grew to over $125 million in travel ecommerce sales in two years before being acquired by Travelocity in 2002. Glueck was named CMO at Travelocity in 2003 where he helped grow sales from $3 billion to $11 billion globally
Jeff was named to Advertising Age’s 40 Under 40 list in 2007 and as one of the top 13 Customer Champions by 1to1 Magazine. He also served in the Clinton Administration as a White House Fellow. Jeff holds degrees from Harvard University and Oxford University, where he was honored as a Marshall Scholar.
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