Paul Losee has spent his 36 year career inventing and bringing to market, high technology products for computer based technology industries. He holds 10 U.S. patents from his career at IBM, Iomega Corporation and personal ventures. As a founder of Iomega in 1980, he invented and patented the Bernoulli technology that defined and launched the company. Over his 14 year career at Iomega, Paul managed teams in Research & Development, Quality Assurance, Market Research, Competitive Analysis, and Channel Development. In 1993 Paul directed the market research that defined the Zip drive and launched Iomega as a major consumer brand of over $2 Billion in sales and the acquisition of 26 million customers. In 1994 Paul founded M+ market research to decode archetypal behavior driving consumer buying patterns and worked with fortune 500 and mid range companies including: Iomega, Keytronic, Proctor and Gamble, Kodak, Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance, Cardinal Technology, Nutraceutical, Royal Bank of Canada, Chrysler, and others. For the past 15 years Paul has held senior executive positions in startup companies including: IQ Telecommunications, Silakhan Route, Decoding.com, X-Boundary.com, CeriStar, Tarallax, InteliSum and Seer Technology. Paul holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University, Provo, UT., 1974.
Paul is an accomplished ultra marathoner competing in many 100 mile races annually.
Paul is a principal with Sage and serves as its market research director.