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Ifeelgoods accueille Dali Kilani, précédemment Director of Engineering chez Zynga, en tant que VP of Engineering au sein de son équipe

PARIS, January 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Dali Kilani, ancien Director of Engineering dans la division « SharedTechnology » chez Zynga, était responsable de toute l'infrastructure d'applications, telles que Farmville, supportant plus de 34 millions d'utilisateurs actifs chaque jour.

Ifeelgoods, plateforme leader des promotions digitales, annonce l'arrivée de Dali Kilani au sein de l'équipe en tant que VP of Engineering. Responsable des équipes techniques et des différentes lignes de produits, il sera chargé de délivrer une plateforme capable de supporter la croissance inhérente à l'adoption par les plus grandes marques mondiales de la technologie Ifeelgoods.

Dali quitte tout juste le géant du Social Gaming Zynga, où il était Directeur du Produit et responsable de l'infrastructure d'applications comme Farmville, qui à son apogée était le jeu social le plus répandu, supportant plus de 34 millions d'utilisateurs actifs par jour.

« Pour accroître l'activité des campagnes, il est nécessaire d'accueillir un profil tel que celui de Dali pour s'assurer d'avoir les ressources nécessaires à l'expansion de notre plateforme », remarque Michael Amar, CEO et co-fondateur de Ifeelgoods. « Avec une croissance telle que la notre, l'expérience de Dali est indispensable si l'on veut s'assurer de délivrer des résultats à des centaines de commerçants, de fournisseurs et à des millions de consommateurs partout dans le monde. »

La plateforme de promotions digitales Ifeelgoods permet aux marques et commerçants d'insérer des cadeaux numériques - à savoir Crédits Facebook, Codes iTunes, Chèques-Cadeaux Amazon, ou encore Minutes Skype - au sein de l'expérience utilisateur afin d'attirer son attention, de l'engager puis le récompenser pour n'importe quelle type d'action traçable.

« Je suis très heureux de rejoindre l'équipe », déclare Dali Kilani, le nouveau VP of Engineering chez Ifeelgoods. « Ce qu'a réalisé Ifeelgoods jusqu'à maintenant est impressionnant, et au vu des volumes anticipés, les challenges que l'entreprise s'est fixée correspondent exactement au type de projet dont je voulais faire partie ».

Dali travaillait chez Zynga depuis début 2010. Plus récemment, il était en charge des lignes de produits de jeux basés sur la technologie HTML5, et de leur étendue au sein des dispositifs Web et Mobile. Auparavant il était responsable chez Zynga des équipes techniques de Farmville, et également chargé d'un des plus grands déploiements sur Amazon EC2 qui à ce moment représentaient quasiment 10,000 serveurs.

Avant de rejoindre Zynga, Dali a occupé différents postes cléautour du Produit et de la Technologie dans plusieurs entreprises de la Silicon Valley, à savoir Nvidia (Divisions Graphiques et Mobiles), PanoLogic (Virtualisation) et eBay (eCommerce). Il a également créé HappData (Big Data) en 2009. Dali est un membre actif de la communauté entrepreneuriale de la Silicon Valley à travers ses engagements et ses rôles de conseiller dans diverses startup innovantes, et est également titulaire d'un Master of Science en Génie Électrique et Informatique de l'université de Stanford et du diplôme d'ingénieur de l'école Polytechnique.

À propos de Ifeelgoods, Inc.

Plateforme leader des promotions digitales, Ifeelgoods aide les marques et commerçants à engager leurs clients en leur offrant des cadeaux numériques venant de Facebook, Amazon, iTunes et plus, comme récompense pour n'importe quel type d'action - online, offline et mobile. Ifeelgoods travaille avec plus de 100 clients incluant Walmart, Coca-Cola, UniversalPictures,, Kimberly-Clark et AOL. L'entreprise est basée dans la Silicon Valley et a également des bureaux à New York et Paris.

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