Qcue's management team blends passion for innovation with extensive experience in economics, entertainment and technology.
Founded in 2007, Qcue launched the industry's first dynamic pricing solution and has forever changed the way organizations price and sell tickets.
FOUNDER & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Barry Kahn is founder and chief executive officer of Qcue where he drives the vision and overall
business strategy for the company. An economist and recognized thought
leader in the ticketing industry, Barry provides guidance to professional
sports teams, concert promoters and venue managers on how to optimize
revenue while providing the best value to fans. Barry is a frequent speaker,
author and media spokesperson whose commentary has appeared in leading media
outlets including The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Sports Illustrated,
The Economist, CNBC, and many others. He holds a Ph.D. and an M.S. in economics from
The University of Texas at Austin, and a B.S. in applied engineering physics from
VICE PRESIDENT, ENGINEERING
Walter Bodwell is vice president of engineering at Qcue responsible for the design,
development and quality assurance of the company's dynamic pricing software. An expert
in agile development, Walter has consulted with a wide range of companies from startups
to large enterprises helping to optimize their software development processes. Prior
to Qcue, Walter was a senior director of engineering at BMC Software, where he led
engineering of the Service Impact and Event Management and Performance (SIEM) product
lines, managing teams of 150+ engineers across multiple continents. He has also held
senior management positions in software development and engineering at companies
including Evity, ObjectSpace and EDS. Walter holds a B.S. in computer science from
The University of Texas at Austin.
VICE PRESIDENT, SALES
Tim Miller is vice president of sales at Qcue responsible for client acquisition. Before joining Qcue,
Tim spent over a decade in sports marketing, hospitality sales and athlete management across
Australia, Asia, Europe and North America. He was Company Director and CEO of Athlete
Management Australia and the sports hospitality business, Capstone Hospitality. In 2007, he
was a founding member and Head of Sales for Green Room Sports, a sports management agency
and the leading provider of rugby corporate hospitality in the UK. Prior to that, he worked
in sales and marketing at international sports agencies Wasserman Media Group (WMG) and SFX
Sports, both with their London-based operations. Tim holds a bachelor of marketing and
management from Queensland University of Technology.
DIRECTOR, PRODUCT & CLIENT SERVICES
Dan Meehan is director of product & client services at Qcue, where he oversees all aspects of
product development and management. Dan also heads Qcue's client services efforts, and is highly
involved in working with Qcue's partners on its integration and business development initiatives.
Prior to joining Qcue, Dan served as an
economist at Compass Lexecon where his work was focused on energy markets,
covering price fixing, antitrust and international trade issues.
He holds an M.S. in resource economics from the
University of Rhode Island and a B.S. in applied economics and management
from Cornell University.
DIRECTOR, PRICING & ANALYTICS
Doug Mitarotonda is director of pricing & analytics at Qcue, where he is
responsible for Qcue’s pricing recommendation algorithms and measurement as
well as the company’s consulting services. Prior to joining Qcue, Doug was
an associate at The Brattle Group where he specialized in innovative rate
design, including dynamic pricing, and smart grid issues for the electric
industry. His focus featured the development of Brattle’s smart grid
benefits model, named iGrid. Previously, Doug worked as an economist for the
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Office of Climate
Change where he designed the auctions for the Regional Greenhouse Gas
Initiative, North America’s first mandatory carbon dioxide cap-and-trade
program. Doug received his Ph.D. in economics from Cornell University. He
also holds an M.Eng. in computer science and a B.A. in computer science,
mathematics and Asian studies, both from Cornell.