Kamil leads our engineering and Halo team. Previously he was the lead engineer at Thinknear where he helped design and build the tech infrastructure to handle over 100 billion monthly requests, while maintaining a 99th percentile response time of 75ms. Kamil has a Bachelor of Computer Science from Waterloo University.
Director of Product
Ori knows knows sensors and the data they produce inside and out. He too hails from Thinknear where he did everything data related, from building optimization algorithms to creating the first industry index around location accuracy. Ori has a BS in Biomedical Engineering & Economics from Northwestern University.
Director of Business Operations
Mikey is the glue that holds the team together, doing everything business, operations, and marketing. He too came from Thinknear where he started as an intern rising through the ranks to become the star Product Manager. Mikey has a BA from Northwestern University.
Head of Data Science
Parker leads data science at Sense360. He’s passionate about pragmatic machine learning yet has a penchant for efficiently transferring cutting edge theoretical work into real world systems. Parker received a Doctorate in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin and came to us from a Lead Data Scientist role at Activision.
Karan is a software guy that is passionate about digitalizing the physical world. Previously, he worked at SpaceX building up its automated test and manufacturing processes and designing APIs for its connected factory. Karan has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Evgheni has a passion for pushing mobile technology to the limits. Before joining Sense360, his projects covered an array of fields, from e-commerce to VPN to social networking and much more. Evgheni holds a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics and Informatics from Moldova State University.
We are one team with a single goal – to build an amazing company. If the company wins, we all win. We build the team by looking for amazing teammates who will elevate the team over individual genius.
We believe that best people never stop learning and growing and that the only way to do that is to be humble and eager to be better. We crave feedback, we aren’t defensive, and we internalize it. We are also equally as comfortable giving constructive and helpful feedback.
We Are All Owners
We empower everyone at the company to own their work. Owners want lots of responsibility, have authority and freedom to make real decisions, surface bad news quickly, and ask for help when they need it. A company of owners also means that ideas come from everywhere, that we all learn from each other, and titles and seniority don’t matter.
We are trying to do something transformative while also taking on the biggest and most resourced companies in the world. The only way we can pull off the impossible is to simplify everything to its core, only spend time and money on what truly matters, and work very, very, very hard.
We Have Fun
Buliding a company is hard work, but is also needs to be incredibly fun and rewarding. We don’t just work together; we also make the time to have fun. This includes team outings, dinners, ping pong, halo and clipper games.
In The Press
Sense360 CEO Eli Portnoy says his company, which builds location services for apps, studied 6.4 million quick-service visits in July…As Portnoy notes, many chains tend to do better regionally (Starbucks, for instance, is actually more popular than McDonald’s in Los Angeles).
Chick-fil-A conducted its annual Cow Appreciation Day about a month ago…Data collected by Sense360 indicates how exceptionally savvy this seemingly silly promotion ends up being for the chicken-based chain. In fact, data analysis for the day shows that the event generates more than $8 million in foot traffic.
According to Sense360, which is a competitive intelligence firm with data on more than 5 million quick-service restaurant visits a month, the traffic has improved considerably at Starbucks stores in the recent months despite a slowdown in the restaurant industry.
If those developers and users alike could harness the information from sensors (paired with information from the services themselves), they could present experiences at the exact right time and place.