October 23, 2014

OpenX Strengthens Leadership Team with Key Hires as Programmatic Adoption Accelerates

Global Leader in Web and Mobile Advertising Hires Digital Advertising Veterans to Further Propel Company Momentum

NEW YORK and LOS ANGELES, October 23, 2014 OpenX Technologies, Inc. (OpenX), a global leader in web and mobile advertising technology, today announced the appointment of Scott Braley as senior vice president of Demand and Julie Van Ullen as senior director of Publisher Business Development. These executive additions will play a critical role in the development of OpenX as the Company continues to scale in support of increased interest in and demand for its programmatic solutions and full-stack platform, which features one of the largest and most open RTB-powered exchanges in the world.

“Investing in people who have strong digital advertising domain expertise and who understand the needs and challenges of publishers and advertisers is one of the best investments we can make,” said John Gentry, president, OpenX. “We are ensuring that our significant growth and scale will expand under a world-class executive team.”

Scott Braley, Senior Vice President of Demand

Braley brings 16 years of ad tech sales leadership to the OpenX Demand team. Before joining OpenX, Braley ran the U.S. Sales and Global Agency team for Facebook’s Atlas division, where he oversaw all U.S. new business and account management functions. Previously, Scott held various global and regional sales leadership roles for the Atlas division at Microsoft and aQuantive. Prior to his 10-year tenure at Atlas, Braley held various sales and account management roles at Bluestreak, AdKnowledge, and TBS Media Management. He is based in the OpenX New York office.

Julie Van Ullen, Senior Director of Publisher Business Development

A veteran of the IAB, Van Ullen worked in various roles at the industry’s leading advocacy organization beginning in 2006. Most recently, Van Ullen served as vice president of Member Services and was responsible for developing a portfolio of opportunities and initiatives to maximize partnerships and keep members engaged. She also oversaw the portfolio of the IAB’s distinguished Committees and Councils, charged with putting industry best practices and thought leadership into the marketplace. In addition, Van Ullen launched and shep