Richard Hui, B.A. - CEO & Co-Founder
The concept for Warrantylife.com has come from Richard, an experienced e-commerce entrepreneur who has already established three successful e-commerce sites over the last seven years and served over 100,000 customers. After listening to many customer complaints, Richard identified a chronic problem customers were experiencing which seemed to have no easy fix. From this analysis, the idea of Warranty Life was born.
Tony Daws, B.Sc. Computer Science - CTO
Tony possesses an excellent foundation of software engineering skills for producing complex, powerful, extensible and modular software. Tony is responsible for laying out the framework for the WarrantyLife.com project and brings extreme dedication and drive towards getting the job done. Tony has been responsible for over $40M of revenue for Full Tilt Poker Academy, and was the former CTO of Uxline, a top usability testing service.
Our board brings balanced business side knowledge and technical expertise.
Kevin Porter – Fortune 100 Executive Experience
Kevin has a deep background in warranty, having previously held executive level positions at Best Buy and National Electronics Warranty (NEW acquired by Asurion). Kevin has done many things in his career, working with National retailers to deploy $200 million in capital to earn $1billion in revenue and maintaining a weekly promotional analysis vehicle for a $12 billion retailer in the Midwest to track sales and profits leading to an additional $50 million in profits. With experience in marketing, mergers, acquisitions, strategic planning, technology & data analysis, Kevin brings a wealth of knowledge and guidance to the Warranty Life team and takes an active role in helping us execute our vision.
Richard Mackellar, Harvard MBA - Managing Director, Chrysalix
For the past 16 years, Richard has been running venture-backed start-up companies. Most recently, as President and CEO, he successfully sold BrightSide Technologies to Dolby Laboratories for an annualized return for investors of 45-60%. Prior to this, he was President/CEO of NxtPhase, raising $57 million in venture capital and building relationships with GE, Honeywell and Mitsubishi as well as the three largest Canadian utilities and three of the larger US utilities.