Mike Ricci

Mike Ricci

VP, Mobile

Webtrends

As vice president of mobile, Mike Ricci oversees the growing mobile marketing products and services business at Webtrends which spans apps, optimization and analytics. Prior to Webtrends, Ricci was vice president and mobile practice leader at Merkle where he established the company's presence in mobile marketing and worked with Merkle's blue-chip client list to develop mobile engagement strategies. Ricci was also vice president of creative and strategy for iLoop Mobile and has held key executive roles at Volantis Systems, Aggreko plc, and York International Corp.

With over 20 years of executive experience, Ricci is a recognized thought leader in the mobile marketing industry. He has worked with leading brands including Clorox, Coca-Cola, Dell, Disney, Lane Bryant, Men's Wearhouse, Microsoft, Samsung, TGI Fridays, and Wendy's. He also led strategy and creative for the Obama '08 mobile programs and initiatives - which was honored as 2008's mobile marketer of the year.

RECENT ARTICLES BY MIKE RICCI

Mobile Measurement - 63% Admit to Flying Blind

Aug 10, 2011 - Why aren't mobile marketers held to a similar level of analytics rigor as other marketers? Comments

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