Art Zeile

Art Zeile’s has spent his career in start-ups, as well as at executive leadership and advisory roles at both public and private companies. He has more than 25 years of experience building companies and bringing technologies to enterprise customers, including video conferencing, co-location and cloud computing. As Founder and CEO of HOSTING, Zeile leads the company’s strategic growth initiatives.

A seasoned entrepreneur, Zeile has worked directly with 17 private equity and venture capital firms, raising a cumulative of over $500 million in equity and debt financing. He has served on the board of multiple public and private technology service companies including Intrado, iTriage and SMS Management Services.

Prior to HOSTING, Zeile was the CEO of QTC Management. With a network of 32 clinics, QTC Management delivered more than 2.5 million medical examination reports each year for government and private clients. Previously, he was co-founder and CEO of INFLOW, an application hosting services provider. Zeile was also a founder of LINK-VTC, which he grew to become the second largest video conferencing services company in the world. LINK-VTC was acquired by Global Crossing in 1995.

Earlier in his career, Zeile served in the United States Air Force as the Executive Officer to the Director for Military Communications Programs. He also served as a technical advisor to the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. Zeile earned a bachelor’s degree in astronautical engineering from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He was awarded the John F. Kennedy Fellowship, earning a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University.

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