About Matt Dion

E-Mail: matt.dion@elasticpath.com

Bio: Matt is the VP of Marketing at Elastic Path. Matt has over 20 years of experience in partnering strategy, business development, public relations, analyst relations, product marketing, product management, and strategic alliances. He has helped grow revenue and market companies such as Crystal Decisions, Apparent Networks, and Meridex. Matt holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and Psychology from Simon Fraser University. He has served on the board of directors for Active State, 90 Degree Software, Meridex Software Corporation, ACETECH and Inetco Systems.


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4 Hidden Tweaks to Turbo-Charge Your Ecommerce Store

This post is contributed by Matt Dion, VP of Marketing at Elastic Path. Speed is everything when it comes to digital commerce, and even small slowdowns can have a big impact on your bottom-line. For example, a 1 second delay in page response time can ...
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For Online Commerce Net Neutrality is About Speed

This post is contributed by Matt Dion, VP of Marketing at Elastic Path. UPDATE Feb 4: FCC Chairman comes out in support of an open internet Retailers stand to be both winners and losers in on-going Net Neutrality fight. The Internet has always been the ...

Experience-Driven Commerce: Elastic Path Edition for Adobe Experience Manager

It’s my pleasure to announce our new flagship ecommerce suite – Elastic Path Edition for Adobe Experience Manager. This breakthrough product represents a radically new way to engineer an ecommerce platform, and is the very first enterprise ...
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Charting Digital Success in 2014

Today’s blog post is brought to you from Elastic Path VP of Marketing, Matt Dion. With 2014 just begun and the digital revolution in full swing, it’s a good time to look back over the tremendous amount of change that has taken place in the industry ...
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