Mike McCardle

Company Name: 
Koverse
Industry: 
Technology
New Title or Honor: 
Senior Director of Engineering

Koverse, the data intelligence company trusted by global industry leaders to power their intelligent solutions, announced that Mike McCardle has joined as senior director of engineering. In this new role, McCardle will lead the engineering organization for the company whose technology is used by many of the world’s largest and most innovative organizations to deliver game-changing solutions with unprecedented scale, security, and performance.

“Mike is a highly respected engineering leader with an impressive track record of managing people and processes successfully to deliver exceptional value to customers,” said Jon Matsuo, CEO of Koverse. “I am confident that Mike will lead and grow our talented and innovative engineering team to new levels of excellence.”

McCardle brings more than 25 years of experience in technology leadership roles, most recently as software development director at F5 Networks, the global leader in application delivery networking technologies. Before that, McCardle led software engineering teams and initiatives at Cray, RLX Technologies (acquired by HP), Intel, and the United States Navy.

“I’m excited to have Mike lead the engineering team,” stated Aaron Cordova, CTO of Koverse. “This will enable me to have greater focus on our technical strategy, partnerships, and customer solutions using AI and big data.”

McCardle joins at significant time for the data intelligence company, which is profitable and self-funding growth initiatives.

“The growth potential for Koverse is huge. I’m excited to be joining Koverse at a time when its technology is providing essential innovation in a growing market,” said McCardle. “Koverse is clearly focused on revolutionary solutions for complex data challenges at scale. It’s an extraordinary opportunity for me to work on those challenges with people of great vision that are genuinely creative, positive, inspired, and enterprising.”

In 2019, Koverse doubled its engineering team, added sales and marketing leadership, and invested in new solutions.