The Nexify Vision
It all began at the end of the dot com era with a simple vision:
Become the world’s undisputed leader in content personalization technology across all platforms.
Fade out, fade in: 15 years and 15 patents later, our vision is now reality.
The Nexify Management Team
The core Nexify management team brings more than a century of proven management, intellectual property, marketing and technology experience to the table, with deep-dive expertise in virtually every major industry. Individually:
Keith Machen, President
Keith has been involved in software, telecommunications, and media ventures over the past 25 years as an entrepreneur, strategist, investor, and lawyer. With a BS degree in management and accounting from Purdue, and a JD degree from University of Michigan Law School, he began his legal career at Baker & Hostetler, where he built and managed an impressive portfolio of high-tech clients. His distinguished community service earned him an appointment by the Governor as Commissioner of Illinois Medical District, the largest urban medical district in the country.
Jeff Einstein, Marketing & Sales
Jeff is a bona fide digital media pioneer with a career dating back to 1984, when he authored Einstein’s Beginner’s Guides, the first major “how-to” book series on personal computers (published by HBJ), and co-founded Einstein and Sandom Interactive, the nation’s first digital advertising agency, acquired in 1994 by DMB&B. Over the years his digital strategies have been prominently featured in virtually every major business publication, and his client list has evolved as a “Who’s Who” of Fortune 100 companies, government agencies and nation states.
Ken Granderson, CTO
Ken has designed and built data-driven enterprise applications across a wide array of industries and technology platforms for three decades. His engagements have ranged from early-stage startups to Fortune 100 brands and nation states. After graduating MIT, he founded Inner-City Software, one of the few independent black-owned software development companies in the software industry. He has lectured extensively at major universities and national engineering conferences, and has been featured in numerous publications like Black Enterprise, Emerge, Ebony, The New York Times and The Boston Globe.