About

Vitria provides the industry’s leading streaming analytics platform that delivers continuous operational intelligence. Enterprises have deployed Vitria Operational Intelligence (OI) to help them uncover, analyze and act on insights from streaming data—in seconds and minutes. With Vitria OI, they can continuously monitor their network and infrastructure, improve their customers’ experience in real-time, engage in more targeted one-to-one marketing to increase customer loyalty and reduce churn, proactively detect and prevent cyber security attacks and fraud, monetize M2M initiatives, and more.

Vitria customers include the United States Federal Government as well as Fortune 1000 companies from 20 countries, across multiple industries. Vitria’s technology is available to run on premise or in the cloud.

Vitria was founded in 1994 by Dr. JoMei Chang (CEO) and Dr. Dale Skeen (CTO).

Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, Vitria is a privately-held company with offices around the world.

Leadership

Dr. JoMei Chang is widely recognized as a leading entrepreneur and inventor. Dr. Chang has been profiled in many major publications, including being named as a leading CEO by Fortune magazine and Entrepreneur of the Year by BusinessWeek.

With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Chang is credited with inventing and patenting the first reliable multicast protocol, co-founding Teknekron Software Systems (now TIBCO Software), and constructing the first digital Trader Workstation (which revolutionized Wall Street).

In 1994, Dr. Chang co-founded Vitria Technology to help solve one of the most daunting problems facing corporate CIO's today -- integrating disparate IT systems. Boasting some of the largest names in telecommunications, health care, manufacturing, and insurance as clients, Vitria has become a major force in the global BPM marketplace. In 2007, Chang took Vitria private to fully invest in an Operational Intelligence platform.

Dr. Chang has a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan as well as a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering on Database Management Systems from Purdue University.

 

Dr. Dale Skeen co-founded Vitria with Dr. JoMei Chang in 1994. He has been designing and building stream processing systems for over twenty five years. Dr. Skeen is a recognized serial entrepreneur having co-founded three technology start-ups. His very first start-up specialized in delivering some of the earliest “Big Data” systems that processed high-speed streaming data for financial services firms. He is considered a pioneer and thought-leader in stream processing, streaming analytics, complex event processing, messaging and business process management, having been awarded more than a dozen patents in these areas. He invented and patented the first Publish-Subscribe messaging protocol. He was also the principal architect of the first commercially available integration-centric BPM system.

Dr. Skeen is also a prolific author, having contributed to ten books and written numerous journal articles and he is frequently quoted in the press. Prior to co-founding Vitria, Dr. Skeen was the co-founder of TIBCO Software, where he served as the Chief Scientist. Dr. Skeen has held faculty positions at the University of California, Berkeley as well as Cornell University. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley.

 

Mike Rossi is responsible for Vitria’s global field operations, including direct and partner sales, pre-sales consultancy, and professional services. Prior to joining Vitria, Mike was the Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Platfora, a Big Data Analytics company.

Mike has a history of sales leadership at E2open, Syndera, Netscape and Forte Software. His career experience also encompasses leadership roles across multiple functions, including marketing, product management, and operations. He was also a member of the sales leadership team at Vitria from 1998 to 2002.

Mike has an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan.

 

Careers

Why Join Vitria?

Enjoy the fast-paced, constantly-evolving world of enterprise software?
Join Vitria and become a part of a global community of technology experts
working on innovative Operational Intelligence solutions.

Vitria is always looking for outstanding professionals! If you are interested
in working with the best and brightest in the industry and driving innovation
to solve customer challenges, please review the available positions.
We are growing and looking forward to adding talent to our
exceptional team.

  • -We offer flexible and generous benefits packages
  • -We encourage diversity in the workplace
  • -We give workers access to projects that will help them stay challenged
  • -We foster an atmosphere of fun, creativity, and respect
  • -We help employees map out and pursue their career goals

How to Apply: Email jobs@Vitria.com with your cover letter and resume.

Openings

Company Highlights

  • 2013

    Vitria unveils Vitria Operational Intelligence 4,
    the only unified platform that lets
    enterprises discover, analyze and act
    on insights from live streaming data –
    in seconds and minutes.

  • 2012

    Vitria's customers take the stage at
    global conferences and demonstrate
    how they excel at real-time customer
    experience management, smart grid
    assurance and cyber security using
    Vitria Operational Intelligence. The
    company rakes in more awards for
    technology innovation from Ventana
    Research and DataWeek.

  • 2009

    Vitria featured in Forbes and
    named a "Company to Watch"
    by Intelligent Enterprise.

  • 2008

    Vitria launches the industry's first
    Operational Intelligence platform
    that unifies innovations in continuous,
    real-time analytics with process
    management capabilities.

  • 2007

    The founders take the company
    private to fully invest in a visionary
    strategy to deliver the world's first
    Operational Intelligence platform.

  • 2000s

    The Early 2000s The world's largest telcos, financial services
    and healthcare organizations use the Vitria
    solution as the backbone for all their
    mission-critical transactions and for
    tacking their HIPAA, SWIFT, STP and
    order management requirements.

  • 90s

    The 90s Vitria transforms the middleware market
    with BusinessWare, a platform that unifies
    Enterprise Application Integration (EAI),
    Business Process Management (BPM),
    and Business-to-Business integration (B2Bi)
    The company debuts on NASDAQ
    following a successful IPO.