Two of his companies, Beyond and CyberSource, had successful IPOs. During his time at CyberSource, Pettitt focused on building out an early credit card fraud detection system. While at Beyond, he built from scratch an e-commerce system and one of the first Internet app stores.
Specialix, where Pettitt worked on communications and networking hardware, was acquired by Pearl Systems. Pettitt’s last start up, Relay Media, where he served as CTO and Co-founder, developed a real-time Accelerated Mobile Pages translation program to service more than 100 million pages a month for publishers. Relay Media was purchased by Google in 2017. Today Pettitt serves as technical leader for a large, multi-product team at Google.
“John’s deep experience in multiple technology domains – Internet, mobile technologies, patents, and ecommerce – will provide invaluable insight to the LogicMark management team as we seek to grow our company and evolve our products,” said Chia-Lin Simmons, LogicMark’s Chief Executive Officer. “With his success as a co-founder and entrepreneur – taking two companies public on NASDAQ and selling two successful technology companies – we believe that he will bring a fresh, entrepreneurial perspective to the table and the industry.”
“Many seniors in the U.S. today are living in isolation with substandard and hard-to-use technological solutions,” said Pettitt. “LogicMark’s history of using technology to make assistance affordable and available is a mission I hope to build upon. I want to help LogicMark build out the Care Economy technology platform and make sure people get the appropriate care they need, based on their stage of life.”
About LogicMark, Inc.
LogicMark, Inc. (formerly Nxt-ID, Inc.) provides personal emergency response systems (PERS), health communications devices and IoT technologies to create a connected care platform. The company’s devices give people the ability to receive care at home and confidence to age in place. LogicMark revolutionized the PERS industry by incorporating two-way voice communication technology directly into its medical alert pendant and providing this life-saving technology at a price point that everyday consumers could afford. LogicMark’s PERS technologies are sold through the United States Veterans Health Administration and dealers/distributors. The company was awarded a contract by the U.S. General Services Administration that enables the company to distribute its products to federal, state and local governments. For more information on projects and services, visit LogicMark.com.
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