Pluggd has evolved into a private-label provider of video and audio search. Its mission is to identify the right "chunk" of video snippet inside videos to allow users zero in on what it is they're looking for.
Alex has deep product and management experience from Microsoft, Amazon, and Trilogy. At Microsoft he was the Group Program Manager for the MSN Entertainment business unit, which included the MSN Music, Video, Movies, and TV websites. He also drove the company's device synchronization strategy for Windows Vista and was a key member of the CRM team. At Trilogy, Alex led the successful deployment of a complex CRM solution for Toyota, and was responsible for the marketing and program management of Amazon's web services and oversaw the launch of the Mechanical Turk online marketplace.
Alexander holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Computer Science from Cornell University, where he also completed coursework at Cornell's Johnson School of Management. As an undergrad, he was named a AT&T Bell Laboratories Scholar, which provided a full scholarship to the college of his choice and an opportunity to work on digital media, voice over IP, and speech recognition at Bell Labs. As a graduate student, Alex was a recipient of a full tuition scholarship from the Microsoft Corp.
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