Len Morales Jr.
Len Morales Jr. has provided solutions and worked on projects for many leading U.S. and International companies including: Samsung, Walt Disney, Intuit Inc. (QuickBooks), Starbucks Coffee, Tandberg Data, Dr. Phil, Newport Cottages, Edge Manufacturing, Association of Surfing Lawyers, Inostor, One LLP., Mower, Carreon & Desai, LLP, Hodes Group, IRL Music, Citi Bank, Amgen, Providian Financial, Motorola, St Jude Medical, UCLA, Summit Garage Doors, Perks.com, American Express, E-team, Astronics Corporation, IDX, Adaptec, Ross Stores, Marconi Astronics, Alcatel, OakRidge Products, Jest Enterprises, AMA Plastics, Stone Equipment, SJA Associates, Showtime, DirectTV, and many others.
Len’s corporate experience ranges from Executive management, eBusiness Strategy Consultant, UIX Designer, to Creative Director positions for B2B, B2C organizations. He has 20 years of experience working with diverse executive teams from small to enterprise level organizations. Len gained startup experience while working for a B2B company that was seed funded by Angel investor Meg Whitman of Ebay, and was mentored by the Internet veteran, CEO Bernard Louvat of Touch Commerce. Additionally, he worked directly for the Loyalty marketing expert, Donna Boesky Mastropasqua, CEO and Founder of Perks.com, and Ronald Frankel, Advisor of Synacor. Len also worked as the eBusiness creative strategy director for Infogain Corporation. While at Infogain, he also provided eBusiness Integration and CRM integration consulting to enterprise sized companies.
Len Morales Jr. has also bootstrapped several online brands including the international travel portal, MexicanVacations.com, that partnered with Dos Equis, Lions Gate Entertainment, and Mexico Tourism Board to deliver Mexico travel packages. Other notable online brands include ScottsdaleOne.com, an exclusive destination niche website, ViewFoo.Pro and ViewFoo.com an emerging SaaS Application, that empowers customers to create, view, share, and secure digital content in ways that have not been available until now. Len also enjoys photography and producing fine art. You can view some of his work online at GalleryLen.com. seoinscottsdale.com