Adam Famularo serves as chief executive officer of erwin, which was recently acquired by Quest Software.
Adam is a business leader and visionary who is dedicated to customer and partner success, as well as building world-class teams.
During Adam’s time at Verizon, he recognized the ever-growing amounts of data being created by companies around the world and had a vision for a new kind of data governance software company. With a keen understanding of the dynamic changes in the marketplace including the vast consumption of enterprise data combined with digital transformation and navigating complex regulatory environments, erwin, Inc. was born.
Adam co-founded erwin, Inc. when he partnered with Parallax Capital Partners to acquire the erwin data modeling assets from CA Technologies, and then led erwin’s subsequent acquisitions of Corso, Casewise, A&P Consulting, and Analytix DS.
By combining data governance, enterprise architecture, business process, and data modeling solutions, erwin created a powerful and differentiated value proposition that resonated with enterprise customers. Under his leadership, the company’s revenue doubled over the 4-year period, NPS score increased to 65, and received countless industry accolades including being recognized as a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions (for two consecutive years); DBTA’s Readers’ Choice Award; Big Data 50; and the DBTA 100, to name a few.
Prior to erwin, Adam oversaw Verizon’s enterprise distribution channels – partners, value-added resellers and systems integrators – across the world. Before that, Adam served as a senior vice president and general manager for CA Technologies Cloud Computing business and Storage & Data Management business units.
Adam has been recognized as an industry leader in many industry publications and serves on the National Advisory Council for Donorschoose.org, a charity focused on helping children find success in the classroom.
He is a graduate of the General Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Adam enjoys spending time with his wife and three girls, loves great food, wine, golf and occasionally punishes his body with Spartan Races.
Mo Koyfman is a General Partner at Spark Capital. He has led Spark’s investments in Aviary, Consumer United, DIY, FundersClub, Kitchensurfing, Plaid, Skillshare, Warby Parker, and Work Market and serves on the board of directors of Signpost. He also led Spark’s previous investments in GDGT (Acquired by AOL) & Svpply (acquired by eBay). Mo is based in Spark’s NYC office.
Prior to joining Spark, Mo spent six years at IAC (NASDAQ: IACI) in a variety of strategic, transactional and operational roles. He most recently served as Chief Operating Officer of Connected Ventures, parent of Vimeo.com, CollegeHumor.com, and BustedTees.com, and previously held the roles of Vice President of Programming and Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions.
Mo began his career as an investment banker at Bear Stearns where he focused on mergers & acquisitions and capital raising in the media and entertainment sectors.
Mo also serves on the non-profit boards of Sefaria, an open source project committed to bringing Jewish texts into the digital public domain, and ArtWorks, an organization that provides arts therapy to children and young adults suffering from chronic and life-threatening illnesses.
Mo graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania where he received a B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School with a concentration in Finance and a B.A. in English from The College of Arts & Sciences.