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Alan Masarek

Company: Quickoffice
Location: TX
Industry: Business Services

Biography:
Alan Masarek co-founded Quickoffice in 2002, where he first served as CFO before becoming CEO in 2007. During his tenure, Masarek has overseen a three-year sales growth rate of 368 percent, helping to secure Quickoffice’s position as the most widely embedded mobile productivity software on nearly 400 million devices worldwide. Through his leadership and management, Quickoffice is a top-grossing iPad app and top 10 grossing app in the Android Market, and has reached nearly 15 million registered users in 2011.

Masarek has served as a C-level executive and financier for over 25 years, leading technology companies that span corporate, venture and entrepreneurial settings. He has successfully raised hundreds of millions of dollars during his career and has been instrumental in creating value for his shareholders, generating over half a billion dollars in market value.

Prior to co-founding Quickoffice, Masarek was the founder and CEO of AdOutlet, a leading B2B marketplace for the media industry. He successfully built the company from the ground up, raising $30 million in three equity financings from leading VCs, and created a peak market value of more than $100 million before securing the sale of the Company. Previously, Masarek was President of Advanced Health Corporation (NASDAQ: AHTC) where he led the company from a development-stage healthcare IT company into a profitable, publicly traded services and IT company. Masarek began his career as a CPA with Arthur Andersen. before becoming a principle at The NTC Group, a New York-based leveraged buyout firm.

A recognized thought leader on mobile productivity and cloud computing, Masarek has spoken at several influential industry events including CTIA, CloudBeat and GigaOm Net:Work.

Masarek received his MBA from Harvard Business School, with distinction, and his BBA in Accounting from The University of Georgia, Magna Cum Laude. He is a Member of the Young Presidents' Organization.