Jim Butler is an accomplished technology executive and the CTO of Nexage, the leading provider of solutions to enable publishers of digital content to maximize their mobile business.  Prior to Nexage, Jim was CTO of matchmine, a media discovery network, where he provided technical leadership in the areas of Architecture, Engineering, and Operations.  In the aftermath of the dot-com era, Jim was instrumental in the dramatic turnaround of eCredit.com, an enterprise software company later acquired by Fidelity Ventures.  Serving as its CTO and EVP, he directed eCredit’s technology strategy, onshore and offshore product engineering, and Software-as-a-Service infrastructure operations.  Jim has held Chief Architect positions at EC Cubed and American Management Systems.  He has also served in various architecture, engineering, and consulting roles at Pioneer Investments, JP Morgan Chase, CapitalOne, Ameritech, Royal Bank of Canada, Boston Consulting Group, BAE Systems, and Raytheon Company.

Since 2002, Jim has served as the founding Chairman of the Boston Technology Leadership Council.  He is the author of the 2003 book “Technology Blueprints: Technology Foundations for High Performance Companies” along with numerous technical publications in IEEE, ACM, and other journals and conferences.  His portfolio of patents pending spans the areas of web services architecture, genetic computing as applied to decision optimization, and content identification.

Jim holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, an MSEE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a BSEE Magna Cum Laude from the University of Lowell, and an ASEE from Wentworth Institute of Technology.

On the lighter side, Jim has been a private pilot since 1996.  Growing up in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, he is a die hard Red Sox fan.  Jim currently resides in Tyngsboro MA with his wife Bonnie Jean and their dog Nia.


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