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eMOBUS CEO Speaks at Bootstrappers Breakfast Meeting in San Diego


Moe Arnaiz will discuss bootstrapping his latest enterprise eMOBUS, a fast-growing leader in mobility management services and software. In September 2010, Moe was awarded the 40 under 40 in High Tech by San Diego Metro Magazine, recognizing him as one of San Diego’s young high-performing leaders in business and civic affairs.

Join Moe and “other entrepreneurs who eat problems for breakfast” for an informative roundtable discussion on October 26, 2010 at IHOP Restaurant, 8440 Mira Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92126, (858) 271-7995, at 7:30 am. Register

Prior to eMOBUS, Moe worked his way through San Diego State University selling phones for Sprint out of a Fashion Valley Mall kiosk. It was a great introduction to the practical realities of the cellular business. After graduating from SDSU and winning top salesperson awards he was promoted to indirect account manager, overseeing Sprint’s largest indirect agent and other key accounts in Southern California. That experience led him to found a cellular consulting practice that evolved into eMOBUS.

eMOBUS helps enterprises manage their mobile platforms and subscriptions more easily and at lower cost. Under Moe’s direction, eMOBUS has grown from an idea into a rapidly growing cloud computing company providing Web services and licensing its platform to VARs and consulting companies. Today, eMOBUS offers a comprehensive mobility management solution, serving clients such as Netsuite, Johnny Rockets Restaurants,Swinerton Builders, 99 Ranch Markets, and groSolar.

eMOBUS CEO Awarded 40 Under 40, San Diego-2010


At age 19, Moe Arnaiz and his girlfriend (now fiancée) moved to San Diego. Attending San Diego State University, Moe worked his way through college selling phones for Sprint out of a Fashion Valley Mall kiosk. After repeated top salesperson awards and his completion of his degree at SDSU, he moved up to indirect account manager at age 21, overseeing Sprint’s largest indirect agent and several other key accounts in Southern California. Five years ago, just before his 23rd birthday, Arnaiz left his job at Sprint and decided to join three partners in a cellular consulting practice, Global West Communications Inc. In just three years he helped the practice grow to over $1 million in annual revenue. Though the business dissolved, Arnaiz still pursued his interest in the cellular industry and its rapid growth and decided to take his knowledge and compile it into a software application.

In January 2008, Arnaiz and remaining business partner Walter Wong reinvested to start eMOBUS and help enterprises manage mobility smarter. Without a penny of venture capital, Moe grew the business organically by rigorously focusing on solving the customers’ problems. eMOBUS’ Electronic Mobility Management system combines process and logic, enabling clients to make the most cost-effective decision through an interactive experience. The application scans account data and, based on the user’s needs, automatically prescribes the optimal carrier plan. Today, eMOBUS offers a comprehensive mobility management solution, serving clients such as Netsuite, Johnny Rockets Restaurants, Swinerton Builders, 99 Ranch Markets, and groSolar.

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