I am a principal and head of research for RT Capital Management, a New York-based investment manager. I co-manage two funds, Rothschild Capital Partners, L.P. and Rothschild Technology Partners, L.P. and have been with the firm since 2000.
Before joining RT Capital, I was a sell-side research analyst at Josephthal & Company covering enterprise software, internet infrastructure and networking technologies.
An advocate for social computing, I started this blog because I felt there was a sparsity of commentary and analysis regarding enterprise technology in the blogosphere. Since then, the community has flourished which has led to the formation of The Enterprise Irregulars.
I am a proud Penn Quaker and hold a BAS in Economics from the Wharton School, at The University of Pennsylvania. I currently reside in New Jersey with my fantastic wife and three amazing sons.
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