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News Article | February 15, 2017
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Media Temple, a Los Angeles-based company that provides premium web and cloud hosting solutions to web designers, developers, app publishers, creative agencies and enterprises, announced that Lou Kikos has joined the company’s leadership team as Vice President of Marketing. Boasting over 20 years of experience in corporate branding, revenue and demand-gen programs, market segmentation and customer lifecycle management in the technology industry, Kikos oversees Media Temple’s marketing and communications strategy. “We couldn’t be more pleased to have Lou on board,” said Rod Stoddard, President of Media Temple. “With his proven track record of delivering successful go-to-market strategies, he will be instrumental in scaling our success to meet our customers’ needs, and, in particular, our enterprise customers’ needs, as we continue to focus on helping them fully unleash the power of the cloud while strengthening our managed services offering.” Previously, Kikos held various senior leadership positions, which included spearheading marketing and product strategies at iRise, a cloud-based enterprise software solutions provider, and CCC Information Services, Inc., a software and service provider to the $30 billion automotive claims and collision repair industries. He also co-founded The Magis Group, a marketing and operations management firm, where he advised private equity, VC and mid-cap clients on marketing and business strategy. “I am thrilled to join such a talented team and be a part of a company that has consistently lived up to its Customer First philosophy since 1998,” commented Lou Kikos. “I look forward to contributing to Media Temple’s continued growth and creating new opportunities to bring peace of mind to our customers.” Kikos holds an MBA from Loyola University of Chicago. ABOUT MEDIA TEMPLE From its inception in 1998, Media Temple has helped web designers, developers, app publishers, creative agencies and enterprises focus on running their business while we take care of all their hosting needs. Over 125,000 people and businesses in 100 countries rely on our web and cloud hosting services to power over one million websites. Our premium service model combined with our scalable technology allows us to focus on delivering only exceptional quality solutions and best-in-class, award-winning 24/7 customer support. Our clients range from top tier web designers, popular blogs and online creative communities, to global advertising agencies and major brands. With 230 dedicated, U.S.-based employees, Media Temple has been repeatedly recognized as one of the best places to work in Los Angeles. Find us anytime at http://www.mediatemple.net, on Twitter @MediaTemple or on Facebook.


The system includes a novel software application interactive representation modeling language, a software application (82) operative to use the modeling language to create, read and modify interactive representation models of the proposed applications, a memory (86) to store requirement data and interactive representation model data, a software application (92) operative to read and update the interactive representation model data across a computer network, a software application (76) operative to maintain a record of the requirements and to administer operation of the system, a software application (78) operative to render interactive representations of the proposed applications in browser readable format, a software application (82) operative to allow multiple instances of other applications to access interactive representation data and requirement data residing in the memory and a software application (84) operative to allow an individual users interactions with the system to be broadcast across a networked system to other users.


A method and system for gathering, storing and validating requirements for proposed computer software applications is disclosed. The system includes a novel software application interactive representation modeling language, a software application (82) operative to use the modeling language to create, read and modify interactive representation models of the proposed applications, a memory (86) to store requirement data and interactive representation model data, a software application (92) operative to read and update the interactive representation model data across a computer network, a software application (76) operative to maintain a record of the requirements and to administer operation of the system, a software application (78) operative to render interactive representations of the proposed applications in browser readable format, a software application (82) operative to allow multiple instances of other applications to access interactive representation data and requirement data residing in the memory and a software application (84) operative to allow an individual users interactions with the system to be broadcast across a networked system to other users.


The system includes a novel software application interactive representation modeling language, a software application (82) operative to use the modeling language to create, read and modify interactive representation models of the proposed applications, a memory (86) to store requirement data and interactive representation model data, a software application (92) operative to read and update the interactive representation model data across a computer network, a software application (76) operative to maintain a record of the requirements and to administer operation of the system, a software application (78) operative to render interactive representations of the proposed applications in browser readable format, a software application (82) operative to allow multiple instances of other applications to access interactive representation data and requirement data residing in the memory and a software application (84) operative to allow an individual users interactions with the system to be broadcast across a networked system to other users.


The system includes a novel software application interactive representation modeling language, a software application (82) operative to use the modeling language to create, read and modify interactive representation models of the proposed applications, a memory (86) to store requirement data and interactive representation model data, a software application (92) operative to read and update the interactive representation model data across a computer network, a software application (76) operative to maintain a record of the requirements and to administer operation of the system, a software application (78) operative to render interactive representations of the proposed applications in browser readable format, a software application (82) operative to allow multiple instances of other applications to access interactive representation data and requirement data residing in the memory and a software application (84) operative to allow an individual users interactions with the system to be broadcast across a networked system to other users.


Systems and methods for extending a visualization platform are disclosed. A user may create a visualization project created. One or more properties for a non-native widget established by a developer of the non-native widget may be received from the project. Such properties may designate a name or a type of data that the non-native widget is capable of processing. Responsive to an instruction received from the user of the visualization authoring environment, a source of data to be processed by the non-native widget or a destination of data produced by the non-native widget to be processed by other widgets may be established. The appearance or behavior of the non-native widget may be rendered based at least in part on a value available from the source of the data or the appearance or behavior of one or more other widgets may be rendered based at least in part on data produced by the non-native widget.


Systems and methods for extending a visualization platform are disclosed. A user may create a visualization project created. One or more properties for a non-native widget established by a developer of the non-native widget may be received from the project. Such properties may designate a name or a type of data that the non-native widget is capable of processing. Responsive to an instruction received from the user of the visualization authoring environment, a source of data to be processed by the non-native widget or a destination of data produced by the non-native widget to be processed by other widgets may be established. The appearance or behavior of the non-native widget may be rendered based at least in part on a value available from the source of the data or the appearance or behavior of one or more other widgets may be rendered based at least in part on data produced by the non-native widget.


The system includes a novel software application interactive representation modeling language, a software application (82) operative to use the modeling language to create, read and modify interactive representation models of the proposed applications, a memory (86) to store requirement data and interactive representation model data, a software application (92) operative to read and update the interactive representation model data across a computer network, a software application (76) operative to maintain a record of the requirements and to administer operation of the system, a software application (78) operative to render interactive representations of the proposed applications in browser readable format, a software application (82) operative to allow multiple instances of other applications to access interactive representation data and requirement data residing in the memory and a software application (84) operative to allow an individual users interactions with the system to be broadcast across a networked system to other users.


A method and system for gathering, storing and validating requirements for proposed computer software applications is disclosed. The system includes a novel software application interactive representation modeling language, a software application (82) operative to use the modeling language to create, read and modify interactive representation models of the proposed applications, a memory (86) to store requirement data and interactive representation model data, a software application (92) operative to read and update the interactive representation model data across a computer network, a software application (76) operative to maintain a record of the requirements and to administer operation of the system, a software application (78) operative to render interactive representations of the proposed applications in browser readable format, a software application (82) operative to allow multiple instances of other applications to access interactive representation data and requirement data residing in the memory and a software application (84) operative to allow an individual users interactions with the system to be broadcast across a networked system to other users.


A method and system for gathering, storing and validating requirements for proposed computer software applications is disclosed. The system includes a novel software application interactive representation modeling language, a software application (82) operative to use the modeling language to create, read and modify interactive representation models of the proposed applications, a memory (86) to store requirement data and interactive representation model data, a software application (92) operative to read and update the interactive representation model data across a computer network, a software application (76) operative to maintain a record of the requirements and to administer operation of the system, a software application (78) operative to render interactive representations of the proposed applications in browser readable format, a software application (82) operative to allow multiple instances of other applications to access interactive representation data and requirement data residing in the memory and a software application (84) operative to allow an individual users interactions with the system to be broadcast across a networked system to other users.

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