Experience, Vision, Passion
MachineShop was founded by people and principles. We saw an opportunity created by the confluence of two powerful realities – the Internet of Things and the unstoppable momentum of the new services-based, or API economy. These forces come together at the Internet of Services and we want to make it a reality for the technologists, businesses and their customers ready to exploit its potential.
President & Chief executive officer
Michael is co-founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of MachineShop, a company he created after seeing the shortcomings of traditional enterprise software platforms, particularly in the IoT or M2M markets. He has long been an admirer of middleware technology and is driven to provide newer, simpler ways to build and integrate applications and systems in a hyper-connected world.
Previously Michael served as interim CEO at Document Capture Technologies (DCT) and remains on their Board of Directors. Under Campbell’s leadership, DCT accelerated their transition from a manufacturer of personal scanners to becoming a provider of cloud-based content management services. From 2007-2009, he was President, Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of SensorLogic, a venture-backed platform company focused on enabling more efficient development and management of M2M applications. SensorLogic was acquired in 2011 by Gemalto NV (FR:GTO).
From 2007 until 2009 Campbell was Senior Vice President, Corporate Development for InnerWireless, which was acquired by Black Box (NASDAQ: BBOX). At various times while at InnerWireless he was responsible for corporate development, strategic partnerships, marketing, product management and international business. Initially he was also General Manager of their Location Based Services business, which was created through the acquisition of his prior company, PanGo Networks. From 2002 until 2007 Campbell served in several roles at PanGo Networks including Executive Vice President, President, CEO and a member of the Board of Directors. PanGo was a venture-backed pioneer in the location-based services (LBS) market.
Campbell received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Political Science from Gannon University and did graduate work in International Policy and Security Studies at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs.
Chief Technology Officer
Greg leads our Architecture and Technology teams as well as manages implementations with MachineShop customers worldwide. Prior to co-founding MachineShop, in 2007 he joined SensorLogic as VP of Operations to help define their company transformation and launch as an industry leader in developing an Application Enablement Platform for the M2M (Machine-to-Machine) marketplace.
During 2001-2007, Greg was the General Manager of DSL Products for Texas Instruments leading their growth to market leadership in the DSL Broadband chipsets for terminals and central office deployments where he managed a group of almost 700 employees worldwide.
Greg has held various other positions throughout his 30 year career in the software and telecommunications industries including: pioneering early cellular radio technologies, networked commercial radio, consumer products, broadband gateways, and led multiple product launches from both a technology and marketing perspective.
A veteran startup entrepreneur, Greg holds a Bachelors of Science in Information and Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is involved with various social causes in the Greater Dallas area and serves on various boards and committees of the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas.
Vice President Marketing
Ken leads marketing strategy, program execution, and partner enablement at MachineShop.
With a passion for disruptive technologies, Ken has an established track record of launching innovative products and developing and executing high impact brand building programs for start-up and global businesses.
Ken has over 20 years of marketing and product strategy experience with embedded technologies, developer solutions and business productivity applications.
Before joining MachineShop, Ken directed marketing activities at ThingMagic, a division of Trimble Navigation where he was responsible for the positioning and program execution for radio frequency identification developer platforms and software solutions within Trimble’s Advanced Devices business segment.
Earlier in his career, Ken held marketing and product management positions launching pioneering products emerging markets, including wireless LAN access and control solutions at BlueSocket, location-based services at PanGo Networks, RFID middleware at ConnecTerra (acquired by BEA), and the first commercial full-motion video and web conferencing solutions at PictureTel.
Lynch received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut.
We spent our first two years in stealth mode building and deploying technology that we’re proud of and stand by. With barely a word to anyone, our customers are building mission critical, highly scalable solutions that are changing their businesses and the live of their customers.
The team of technologists behind this incredible work has vast and deep experience in a range of enterprise-class, web-based systems, data technologies and much more.
We’re growing the team and looking for incredible talent, passionate people who understand and embrace our values - Perturbatio, Servitium and Integritas