/// Exclusive: What’s Former Omniture CEO Josh James Been Doing Since Leaving Adobe? Raising Money [NewEnterprise]

April 27, 2011  |  All Things Digital


It’s not unusual for founding CEOs to hang around only for a little while after their companies have been acquired. Even so, Josh James, the founder of the Web analytics powerhouse Omniture, seemed eager to hit the road faster than most. After Adobe Systems acquired Omniture for $1.8 billion in September of 2009, James resigned the following July. What’s he been doing since then? Gearing up for another venture, I’m told. Sometime last year James, flush with the $80 million and change he made from Adobe as one of Omniture’s biggest shareholders, hit the eject button on his gig as an Adobe exec, and acquired bought out Corda Technologies , a business data dashboard startup based in Lindon, Utah. Corda forms the basis of James’ new venture, but its vision is substantially bigger, I’m told

Read more here:
Exclusive: What’s Former Omniture CEO Josh James Been Doing Since Leaving Adobe? Raising Money [NewEnterprise]


Do Good Better 2014 vertical banner

Leave a Reply