We founded Onestop Internet in January of 2004, providing customized web design and e-commerce technology to the retail industry. When our early efforts proved very successful, we knew our personalized, brand-centric approach was a winner. We also saw that our customers needed more; their expertise was in apparel or house wares or in some other retail market, and they did not want to tackle all the complexities of the e-commerce world. So we broadened our offering, providing marketing strategy, product photography, technology integration, warehousing & fulfillment, and call centers. Onestop is literally that: the single source for all a retailer’s online commerce needs.
No matter the size or growth rate of your online business, Onestop can provide the strategic and logistical elements to support and expand it. Unlike other providers who lack a global perspective, we know that continual flexibility on our part is a key element to success on your part. Our client-focused services and facilities are primed for continual growth, meeting the demand for our full-spectrum offering and handling the ever-increasing volume generated by millions of online shoppers.
Yet we also retain the personal touch that helped make us successful in the first place. Your hands-on Onestop development team crafts a site that brings your brand to life in its own unique way, whether your business is a highly focused boutique or a global retailing phenomenon.
Bessemer Venture Partners is one of the longest-standing private venture capital operations in the country. With more than a billion dollars under management, BVP has almost a century's experience of investing in and helping to build innovative, high-growth companies. Many leading innovators, including Parametric Technology, Ciena, VeriSign, Staples, Sonus Networks, and Gartner, selected BVP as their early-stage venture partner. BVP has offices in New York, Massachusetts, California, India and Israel. For more information on Bessemer Venture Partners, please visit www.bvp.com.
Fung Capital USA (www.fungcapitalusa.com) is the private investment arm of the families of Victor Fung and William Fung who are the controlling shareholders of the Li & Fung Group of companies. By leveraging the international business network and expertise of the Li & Fung Group, Fung Capital focuses on creating value with company management by offering strategic guidance on global marketing, distribution, retailing, outsourcing, supply-chain management, information technology and capital markets . Fung Capital makes investments in e-commerce, supply-chain related technologies as well as in consumer product companies.
Under the guidance of Onestop Internet's management
team, the company maintains its leadership position
in outsourced e-commerce solutions. This group of
goal-oriented, results-driven executives continues
to guide the company to even greater levels of growth
John Tomich, CEO & Co-Founder
In his role as Onestop's Chief Executive Officer, John Tomich is responsible for successfully guiding the company's continued growth and product innovation.
Prior to Onestop, John was a Senior Associate at Shelter Capital Partners, a Los Angeles-based $200M venture capital fund, focused on investments in technology and technology-enabled companies in the Southern California area at all stages of development, principally in the media, wireless/communication, enterprise software, and semiconductor industries. At Shelter, John was involved in sourcing and screening potential investments, as well as providing financial analysis, market research and due diligence support.
Prior to joining Shelter, John worked as Vice President, Client Services for iXL, a leading Internet services company which providedInternet strategy consulting and comprehensive Internet-based solutions to Fortune 1000 companies and other corporate users of information technology.After a series of acquisitions, it is now part of the Razorfish agency, owned by Publicis Groupe. At iXL, John led strategic e-commerce development initiatives for key clients including Sony Electronics, General Electric, Kawasaki & Warner Bros.
Previously, John was a partner in Spin Cycle Interactive, a multi-media and Interactive Television developer, which was acquired by iXL.
John earned a bachelor's degree in Finance, with an emphasis in Russian Language, from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
Michael Wang, President and COO
As President, Michael is responsible for successfully managing and efficiently scaling technology and engineering, product management, marketing services, partner (client) operations, creative, studio, warehouse and fulfillment, and customer care.
Michael came to Onestop with over 20 years of executive and ecommerce experience. Most recently, he was the Chief Operations and Fulfillment Officer at Zazzle during the period when the company achieved 50x growth in site traffic and 30x growth in revenue.
Prior to Zazzle, Michael held senior executive positions in Vitec Group (as President), Technicolor (as EVP and GM), and Honeywell (as GM) where he learnt directly from the legendary Larry Bossidy the habit and the importance of disciplined execution.
Michael earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and separately a master’s degree in Systems Engineering from Oakland University. He also received his MBA from the University of Chicago.
Steve Tandberg, Chief Culture Officer & Co-founder
Steve combines his passion, knowledge, and leadership to enhance employee and customer satisfaction and to champion the internal culture of learning, development, team work, and spirit within the company. In addition, Steve is also responsible for the Creative, Photography, Guest Services, and Warehouse Operations departments and serves on Onestop’s management team.
Prior to co-founding Onestop, Steve founded several other startups, including PayCom Inc., one of the industry's leading Internet Payment Service Providers (IPSP) for web merchants seeking to implement transaction processing without the burden or risk of having their own merchant account. Before selling his stock in 2001, PayCom had reached worldwide revenues of over $400 million.
Steve received his bachelor in Political Science from California State University, Northridge. An avid golfer, Steve won the Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) Amateur Net Championship in 2006 and serves on the board at Rancho Park Golf Club.
Gary Cooperman, CFO
As Chief Financial Officer, Gary is responsible for the company's financial operations, HR, planning, analysis, and reporting.
Gary joins Onestop with over 20 years of progressive experience in the accounting and finance field. Prior to joining Onestop, Gary was CFO at Meteor Games, an early stage social gaming enterprise and Hydra Group, a performance based Internet advertising company that was sold to Adknowledge Inc.
Previously, Gary served as Vice President of Finance and Accounting at Helio, a joint venture between EarthLink and SK Telecom, where he was responsible for facilitating the sale and subsequent integration of the company to Virgin Mobile in June of 2008. Gary joined Helio at its inception, initially responsible for revenue assurance, credit strategy and the development of key operating metrics to measure customer performance as the company grew to a $200 million run rate, and subsequently responsible for all enterprise-wide accounting and financial reporting.
Prior to working at Helio, Gary held senior finance positions at several notable technology companies, including Thomson Reuter's Westlaw division, where he built out a finance department for a newly acquired subsidiary (Elite Information Systems), and Computer Associates.
Gary holds a bachelor's in Business Economics and Sociology from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Southern California. He became certified CPA while working at Ernst & Young in the Entrepreneurial Services Group in San Francisco and New York City.
Joshua Roth, CTO
As Chief Technology Officer, Josh is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company's technology and software development operations.
Josh brings over 20 years of developing and running technology organizations to the team at Onestop. Previously, Josh was the Co-founder of Unsubscribe, Inc. Before its acquisition by TrustedID, Unsubscribe was a Santa Monica-based company that provided consumers with the ability to one-click unsubscribe from unwanted mailing lists and the removal of social network applications.
Before starting Unsubscribe, Inc., Josh held the position of Senior Vice President, Technology of Blackboard Connect, a subsidiary of Blackboard, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBBB) after Blackboard's acquisition of The NTI Group, Inc. where Josh was the Chief Technology Officer. Through his technical leadership and vision they created and established the Connect-ED and Connect- CTY products as the industry standard and leaders in the Emergency Communications space.
Prior to joining NTI, Josh held roles as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Viva Group, Inc. (dba Rent.com and acquired by eBay), Vice President of Technology at Media Revolution and Director of Technical Design for US Interactive (formerly NASDAQ: USIT).
Josh currently sits on the Board of Directors for Blushington and WhisperText and advises a variety of companies including Agogo, Instacanvas, The Access Network, and WebConnect Global.
Josh is married with three beautiful children and holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of California at Los Angeles.
Brett Morrison, Chief Innovation Officer & Co-Founder
Brett Morrison is a lead developer and architect on the company's next generation e-commerce platform.
Brett co-founded the digital imaging company ememories.com, which was sold to PhotoWorks, one of the largest photo processing companies in the U.S.. Prior to that success, Brett held executive technology positions with several high-profile software companies. As an early employee and Chief Architect at Scopus Technology (now part of Siebel Systems), Mr. Morrison was instrumental in designing state-of-the-art call center and CRM software applications. Throughout his technology career, Brett developed complex software systems for Fortune 500 businesses around the world.
Brett received a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies consisting of Computer Science, Management Information Systems, and Communication from the University of Arizona.
Chad Epling, Vice President of Worldwide Sales
As Vice President of Worldwide Sales, Chad Epling is responsible for overseeing Onestop's new business development efforts.
Before joining Onestop, Chad was the Global Director of Sales for Webtrends Optimize, an enterprise digital optimization platform. Chad was responsible for the global deployment of the Webtrends Optimize technology and services offering. Prior to joining Webtrends, Chad was the Director of Marketing Solutions for Optimost, introducing digital optimization to simply everybody. Optimost was acquired by Interwoven for $52 million in 2007. Prior to joining Optimost, Chad worked for WebSideStory, a pioneering web analytics technology. WebSideStory was taken public in 2004 and then acquired by Omniture for $395 million.
Chad earned a bachelor's degree in Electronic New Media from the University of Akron. Maki
Daniel Brewster, Vice President of Client Services
Dan currently serves as Vice President of Client Services. In this role, he oversees the ongoing management of technology, design, marketing, customer service and distribution solutions for Onestop clients.
Prior to joining Onestop, Dan served as Group Director at True Action, a division of GSI Commerce and eBay Inc, where he lead performance marketing and business development for west coast retail accounts driving more than $500 million in annual online revenue. E-Commerce clients included BCBG, Quiksilver, Sports Authority, Zales and RadioShack. He was also a key architect of marketing synergy programs between eBay Inc.'s PayPal and partner merchants. Before this, he served in leading marketing roles at RazorGator.com, the Phoenix Coyotes, Los Angeles Dodgers and the USC Trojans, supervising various online and offline advertising, promotions and loyalty programs.
Dan is a two-time graduate of the University of Southern California (BA ’93 and MBA ’02) and is an adjunct instructor for the University of San Francisco’s School of Sports Management. He is married and enjoys living vicariously through his two children.
Kunah Yoon, Senior Vice President of Creative Services
Kunah Yoon is responsible for bringing the client's
vision to life for Onestop Internet.
Prior to joining Onestop, Kunah served as Creative
Director at Westside Interactive, where he worked
on various new media projects for a diverse client set,
including Panasonic, The Game Show Network, Universal
Paramount and many others. Kunah's work has been
published in international annuals and books, and
has won numerous artistic awards from all over the world.
Kunah received his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of
Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.