Ed Cluss is a Founding Partner and Managing Director at Signia Venture Partners, an early-stage fund focused on mobility and data analytics, and their impact on enterprise software, media, consumer health and big data. Ed presently serves on the boards of BlueTalon, Kurbo Health, MomentFeed, Nativo and Pepperdata. He has been CEO of several Silicon Valley venture-backed consumer software, internet and communications companies, most notably InfoGear Technologies. At InfoGear, Ed introduced the original “iPhone” in 1997 with 50 content and e-commerce partners and returned 20x (in 20 months) to his Pref A investors. During Ed’s last 5 years at Aspect Telecommunications, “ASPT” was ranked as the second highest appreciated public stock. Ed received his BS and MS engineering degrees from MIT and graduated with highest distinction (Baker Scholar) from Harvard Business School where he also received the McKinsey award for being #1 out of 720 students in marketing.