Web Performance Optimization - The Secret Sauce for Successful Web Sites

Coach Wei (Yottaa Inc)
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Marketers and business owners typically consider web performance as a pure technical concern. They didn’t have visibility into it and didn’t have the capability to make a difference. Nowadays, with the average user bouncing away from your website at about 3 seconds and site speed being a search ranking factor; speed is becoming a user experience problem and a business problem. More importantly, the emergence of Web Performance Optimization services has made it easy for business owners and marketers to have both the visibility and the power to make changes.

In this session you’ll learn about the business impact of making websites faster, hear about some case studies, and learn what you can do to make your website fast without having to beg your technical teams for attention.

This session is sponsored by Yottaa, Inc.

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Coach Wei

Yottaa Inc

Coach’s favorite activity is to explain Yottaa to people and what yottaa-scale computing means. His favorite word is “yottaarific”.
Besides Yottaa, Coach is also Chairman of Nexaweb Technologies , a Boston based company he founded in 2000 that pioneered Rich Internet Applications and enterprise web 2.0. He raised over $20MM venture capital for Nexaweb, built a global team, grew the revenue from zero to multi-million dollar and achieved over 7,000 global deployments of Nexaweb Platform. At Nexaweb, he served a variety of roles including CEO, VP Engineering, CTO and marketing from 2000 to 2008. Before Nexaweb, Coach designed software for managing storage networks at EMC Corporation.
Coach is a frequent speaker on technology, industry trends and startup ecosystem. He also serves on advisory boards of Boston area startups. He received various awards for his work on Ajax, Rich Internet Application and Entrepreneurship, such as “Interactive Experience Award” 2005 and “Boston Top 40 under 40” 2007.
Coach obtained his master’s degree from MIT, holds six patents and maintains a blog on startups, web 2.0 and entrepreneurship at http://www.coachwei.com

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