Jaxon eliminates the biggest bottleneck in AI today by automating the process of labeling data, allowing data science teams to build fully-trained models in days vs months.
Written by rich johnsonManagement Team Rich Johnson, Chief Executive Officer/ Managing Partner Mr. Johnson’s experience began as an Investment Advisor for E.F. Hutton in Boulder, Colorado after graduation from Arizona State University. For four consecutive years he obtained top sales production honors, which led to a promotion to VP and sales manager. Soon after Shearson Lehman bought E.F. Hutton at the end of 1987 Mr. Johnson took a position with Merrill Lynch in San Francisco and quickly moved up the production ladder in one of the largest office complexes on the West Coast. Here he was put in charge of training for special advisory services in the IPO, Secondary and Rule 144 institutional trading activities. He was also able to develop strategic marketing relationships with other service providers focusing on large post IPO companies. In 1994 Mr. Johnson decided to join the Syndicate Department of The Principal Financial Securities Firm in Phoenix, Arizona to further his institutional client development in the corporate equity raise and restricted stock sales expertise. Principal Financial was subsequently bought by Everen Securities Inc, which in turn was bought by First Union and a position opened up in the Newport Beach, California office for a syndicate specialist and Mr. Johnson took advantage of the opportunity to get back to California in the middle of 1999. Over the next 8 years in addition to managing the institutional syndicate division Mr. Johnson had become an investor in Southern California real estate and private growth companies. Thru these activities he was introduced to Rob Delgado the co-founder of a large Institutional Investment Bank in Santa Monica called DelMorgan&Co. This business relationship flourished, and Mr. Johnson decided to commit to working in the Institutional Investment Banking arena full time developing relationships with owners of public and private growth companies. Because of these experiences and seeing first hand the benefit of hiring an A team, especially in a companies early stages, Mr. Johnson saw the need and demand for the IWouldFundThat.com retainer model platform.
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