Reggie Bradford

Veteran technology and management executive Reggie Bradford is senior vice president, Product Development, for Oracle. Prior to Oracle, Bradford was founder and CEO of Vitrue. Armed with over 20 years of experience across technology, Internet and marketing sectors, Bradford founded Vitrue in 2006 and developed it into the leading provider of social marketing publishing software for global brands and agencies.

Previous to founding Vitrue, Bradford served as president and board member of TANDBERG Television, an organization of more than 400 employees and more than $100 million in revenues. During his tenure, he led the company to a 40 percent annual growth rate, successfully integrated two major acquisitions, and led the global repositioning of the brand, which was acquired by Ericsson. Bradford also served as the president and CEO of N2 Broadband, the leading provider of open-platform, on-demand entertainment solutions. Among his many industry accolades and awards, Bradford was named one of Television Week’s “10 to Watch” for 2005 and one of the top 10 Entrepreneurs of the Year in 2010 by Business to Business.

Bradford also has extensive marketing-management experience, serving as Chief Marketing Officer at WebMD from 1998 to 2000. As such, he helped guide company growth from 40 to 4,000 employees and received more than $2 billion in funding. During his tenure at WebMD, Reggie was instrumental in defining interactivity on the web as an early pioneer of social communities. Additionally, he has held various marketing and management positions with Miller Brewing Company.

Bradford received a BBA in Finance from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Emory University. He serves on numerous advisory and non-profit boards including BrightWhistle, Solo Health and The Brandery. He was named Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year in the "Emerging" category. Bradford resides in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife Holly and their six children.