Jim O'Neill, Chief Information Officer, HubSpot
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Chief Information Officer

Phone: (888) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: j***@***.com
25 First Street, 2nd Floor
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141
United States

Company Description: HubSpot is an inbound marketing system that helps businesses get found on the Internet by qualified prospects and convert higher percentages of them to leads and...   more

Employment History


  • BSEE , Electrical and Computer Engineering
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Jim O'Neill
Jim is Chief Information Officer at HubSpot. Since joining HubSpot in 2007, he has helped scale the company from fewer than ten employees and a handful of customers to over 550 employees and 10,000 customers. Prior to joining HubSpot, Jim was CTO and President of Pyramid Digital Solutions, where he helped reinvigorate the technology platform while doubling the revenue in under two years and then ultimately helped sell the business to SunGard in 2005. Following the sale, Jim stayed on as SVP and CTO, designing and building an enterprise software platform for financial services partnering with strategic customers to bring this to market in under 2 years. Throughout his career, Jim has focused on product development of new and emerging platforms to generate new revenue streams for start-ups or more mature high growth companies.
Pyramid Press Releases
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Pyramid Appoints Jim O'Neill as Chief Technology Officer
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Jeanne joins other data experts on Bedrock Data's Advisory Board including Doug Levin , CEO of Quant5, Brian Shin , Founder and CEO of Visible Measures and Jim O'Neill , Chief Information Officer at HubSpot.
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"I don't think in the past five-plus years I've hired someone based on their education," said Jim O'Neill, CIO of inbound marketing software company HubSpot in Cambridge, Massachusetts. "It's not a direct correlation to their success here."
A person's attitude and aptitude stand out more than where they went to school, O'Neill said. While academia hasn't kept pace with the rapidly changing technology industry, the entry barriers to learning hands-on, practical IT skills have been "eradicated," he said.
"With a credit card and 10 dollars you can buy a server at Amazon's cloud or Google's cloud or Rackspace's cloud," O'Neill said. "There's no excuse anymore. That's why I'm a little cynical on institutional education."
"College students shouldn't feel intimidated about going," O'Neill said.
Of course, having an online presence can help a graduate get noticed since "the world is digital now," O'Neill said. Companies use social-media platforms, open-source code repositories and other public data sources to identify applicants and review their credentials.
"We do look at Github and actively look at people," O'Neill said.
HubSpot recruits from hackathons and other less traditional technology events, which tend to be held in the fall or winter, O'Neill said. Skilled college students who attend those events may receive an offer for a position that starts the following spring or summer.
Recent graduates should have an "awareness of the different paths you can follow within technology, none of which will paint you into a corner," Lowery said.
O'Neill, whose company develops software that runs in the cloud, said the advent of SaaS has turned IT career development into choosing your own adventure.
"Companies are becoming more and more flexible in the light of the fact that managing servers is going away," he said.
For example, learning SaaS maintenance in a help-desk position could lead to an integration developer role combining different cloud services. A person could then start building products internally that combine workflows across SaaS platforms. Ultimately, a company may decide to sell some of those products, said O'Neill.
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