Lee Blaylock is the founder and CEO of Who@. Starting his career at Dell (badge #244) for 7 years he was their 2nd ex-pat and worked two years in Dell Germany then to Oracle, where he left as a practice director in the high technology consulting group. His first company, ServiceLane, was funded by Austin Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank and sold to Owens Corning (NYSE: OC). He later co-founded Annandale Capital, an investment advisor managing ~$500 million in institutional and private client assets. Who@ is a mobile centric app helping professionals, and the companies they work, for maximize the value of their relationships in a unique and private way. Who@ improves the way companies leverage their most valuable asset, their relationships. See more at www.whoat.net.
Scott Shell studied Communication Design at Texas State University and laid his foundation in interactive design while working at Pixeldust Interactive in Austin, TX. He's since moved to Dallas and has been designing print and web experiences for more than 8 years. He now brings this experience to Who@ putting strong focus in UI and UX. See more at www.whoat.net .
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