Bob D. Crowley
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Bob Crowley is an American private equity investor and software executive. He is a frequent speaker at technology and communications industry forums and beyond software has worked extensively in the cable television and telecommunications fields. He currently is managing partner of The Mustang Group, an investment firm he co-founded in 2003 and co-founder and chairman of Gameface Media, the leading collection and curation of sports photos and largest social network for amateur athletes.
He has received numerous awards including: Entrepreneur of the Year, Young President's Award, Information Week Top 10 Executive, Red Herring's Top 100 Technology Leaders, Info World's Rainmaker and Who's Who in American Universities.
He joined the executive teams of two well known successes in the enterprise software sector, CableData and Kenan Systems; one IPOed and then was sold and the other sold for $1.4B respectively. Bob then became CEO of two technology pioneers in XML and Web services, Arbortext and Bowstreet; both sold to Fortune 100 companies. Prior to Mustang, Bob was managing director of Safeguard Scientific’s software portfolio.
- "Bowstreet CEO Bob Crowley discusses dynamic Web services and the future of application development | ITworld". Archived from the original on 2011-07-13. Retrieved 2015-11-09.
- Network World. IDG Network World Inc. p. 96. ISSN 0887-7661. Retrieved 2015-11-09.
- The Mustang Group
- Safeguard Scientific
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