Peter Gordon has been a successful investor in private equity and venture capital at 3i Group plc for over 18 years, latterly as a Partner in their London-based European Buy Out business. Between 1998 and 2000, he was M&A Director at GE Capital. Peter has an MBA from London Business School.
Peter has worked with Learning Technologies Group plc (LTG) to lead the acquisitions of Eukleia, Rustici, and most recently, NetDimensions. He joined the Board of LTG in a non-executive capacity in April 2016 and stepped down from it in April 2017 to take on the executive position as Managing Director of NetDimensions. Peter is responsible for general management of the company.
Ray co-founded NetDimensions, having joined the Group from Sybase. Ray previously served as open systems group manager at Unisys in the US. Ray holds an M.S. in computer science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ray is responsible for managing the technical and product development areas of NetDimensions.
Senior Vice President, Global Sales
Bill Mastin is a learning technologies industry veteran, with over 20 years of experience in the market. Prior to joining NetDimensions, Bill served as Senior Vice President of North America at LEO, a sister company within Learning Technologies Group plc (LTG). Before he joined LEO, he held key positions at Saba and PeopleFluent.
Rienk holds an LLB and LLM from VU Amsterdam and an MBA from CUHK (Hong Kong). Rienk is also a qualified solicitor in the Netherlands and a Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) with the IAPP. Prior to joining NetDimensions, Rienk worked in corporate finance for a Hong Kong based M&A advisory firm. Rienk also practiced as a solicitor in the Netherlands where he worked for Holland Van Gijzen LLP, a leading Dutch corporate law firm and strategic alliance partner with Ernst & Young.
Chief Technology Officer
Prior to joining NetDimensions in December, 2000, Rob worked for gorillasia.com, a portal for Internet professionals in Asia that encompassed content management, community and e-commerce functions. He holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Oxford University and a master's in computing from Cambridge University. In 2000, Rob co-founded the Hong Kong Java User Group (HKJUG) to promote the acceptance and adoption of Java-based technologies. He remains an active member of the group's management committee.