Mike Rozlog

Mike RozlogMike's 20 year software and technology industry experience brought him to dBase LLC to build and lead a team dedicated to creating the next generation of business intelligence products and data management tools. Mike is a dynamic leader with a highly lauded track record of success in driving innovation, product development, business development, line sales, market analysis, and product evangelism efforts. He has hands-on technical experience across architecture design, and enterprise and commercial software development. In his career, Mike has been instrumental in turning around underperforming product lines, driving sales growth, building go-to-market strategies, and enhancing industry product awareness. He is the co-author of Mastering JBuilder, considered the authoritative work on building large-scale Java applications, is widely published and quoted in industry publications, and is a frequent speaker at both national and international industry conferences. Beginning in 2008, Mike held various senior-level product and marketing positions at Embarcadero Technologies, Inc., a global provider of advanced software tools for application developers and database professionals. Prior to that, he was Vice President of products at Convenos, LLC a provider of online tools for Web-based collaboration and conferencing. Mike was also Chief Technical Architect at Borland Software Corporation, one of the most storied names in the history of the PC software revolution and the company that popularized dBASE™ as the world's most accepted database standard. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Science from DeVry Institute of Technology in Columbus, Ohio.

Contact Mike - mrozlog@dbasellc.com.

Turning Data into Actionable Information Reliably

The trend of data collection is at an all-time high and this process will continue to increase as more people willingly and perhaps unintentionally, offer up their own data via social media and other outlets. You may ask yourself, what do you mean unintentionally? “We know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We […]