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A mapping API is a critical business tool, empowering you to organize and display your organization’s data for use by employees and customers, and it’s crucial to choose a solution that meets your needs. In this session, mapping leaders in several industries – including real estate and travel – will discuss their experiences with Google Maps and share what you need to know about working with the Google Maps API.
Daniel Chu is the Product Manager for Google Maps API Premier, which enables organizations to help employees to make location-based decisions and share valuable information with customers. Previous to Google, Daniel was at enterprise SaaS startups Icarian, Catapulse (acquired by Rational/IBM), and Open Harbor. He holds degrees from Harvard Business School, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and Stanford University.
Chris Conway is a Senior Product Manager at Trulia, a real estate search engine that offers a rich, intuitive user experience to help consumers find homes for sale.
Prior to Trulia, Chris was at comparison shopping site NexTag (acquired by Providence Equity Partners), where he launched a residential real estate portal for the mortgage lead generation business.
Chris holds degrees from Columbia Business School and Yale University.
Senior Vice President New Media Strategies
Mark Taylor is the visionary who led the teams that developed and deployed the world’s first products which integrated real time weather and traffic information into an interactive mapping platform. These products have evolved into WDT’s iMap platform of today.
Prior to joining WDT, Mark was with The Weather Channel Interactive as “Vice President of Mashups and General Manager of Weather Bonk” , before that he spent 2 years at Fox Interactive Media as the Vice President of Weather and Traffic Strategy and Services. Mark spent a total of 12 years at WSI before that in two different stints, mainly focusing on sales and business development within the television broadcast and cable industries.
Program Director and Meteorological Software Engineer dedicated to simultaneously utilizing skills in meteorology, computer science, and project management in producing cutting-edge integrated system tools, stand-alone software products, or web applications related to the visualization, exploration, or interrogation of the atmosphere.