mike frazzini

Mike Frazzini

Chief of Data Science and the Evaluation Cloud

Prior to joining Iterate, Mike was the first tech hire and CTO for eBags.com where he and his teams built highly innovative and world-class e-commerce platforms and back-office applications to power 34% CAGR between 2000 and 2008 and sales over $100 million and continued double-digit growth and profitability in the following decade. Mike’s team built - from the ground-up - the technologies that powered 1,000 supplier drop-ship programs, one retail’s first five ratings, and review platforms, an A/B split test platform in early 2000. eBags strong platform and digital expertise were cited as a key reason for the Samsonite acquisition for $105 million.

Prior to eBags, Mike was Program Manager for Kenan Systems (acquired by Lucent in 1999 for $1.5 billion) where he led key Internet, digital payments, and data services projects for AOL, and Qualcomm. Mike also held a management role in the IT Assurance and Advisory group at PwC (formerly Coopers & Lybrand), as well as various technical roles in Software Development and Infrastructure out of his undergraduate program, were he received dual BS degrees in CIS and Business.

Mike has a Masters of Science in Data Science from UC Berkeley, School of Information. While there, his team won the prestigious Hal R. Varian Capstone Award. The team built Soundflux: a working prototype for sound-based fall detection with a highly accurate deep-learning model deployed on-device for privacy. Mike also evangelized and drove successful data science projects at eBags like the patent-pending interactive recommendation engine for handbags that drove 3X conversion increases.

Mike is passionate about startups, innovation, data science, and technology which is a perfect fit for his work leading the Iterate Evaluation Cloud that provides real-time decision-making guidance related to partnerships, M&A and the development of strategic roadmaps. Mike lives in Colorado and in his free time likes to read, travel, swim, and hike with his family.

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