Founder and CEO
Josh launched Domo in 2010 to transform the way CEOs and other executives manage their business and to help drive value from the tens of billions of dollars spent on traditional business intelligence systems.
Prior to Domo, Josh served as CEO of Omniture, a SaaS-based web analytics company that he co-founded in 1996 and took public in 2006. Omniture was the number one returning venture investment out of 1,008 venture capital investments in 2004, as well as the number two performing technology IPO of 2006. For the three years that Omniture was public, Josh was the youngest CEO of a NASDAQ or NYSE traded company. In 2009, he facilitated the sale of Omniture to Adobe for $1.8B.
An active member of the Utah business community, Josh is passionate about promoting the state’s economic development and is equally devoted to entrepreneurship. He founded CEO.com, a resource to help founders and CEOs stay up to date with what’s happening at the executive level across top industries, as well as to stay armed with the latest leadership strategies and best practices. He also is the founder of SiliconSlopes.com, a private-sector initiative whose mission is to promote the interests of Utah’s high-tech industry. With former Governor Leavitt, Josh led the charge for the Utah Silicon Valley Alliance for entrepreneurs, an economic development program designed to attract the best of California’s technology industry to Utah’s business-friendly environment. He has also served as an advisor on the technology and startup community to the two most recent governors, Governor Jon Huntsman and Governor Gary Herbert.
Josh actively supports Brigham Young University’s (BYU) eBusiness Center, the Utah Technology Council and Utah’s Women Tech Council. He is an ardent supporter of BYU’s Young Ambassadors, a world-traveled student group that opens doors in foreign countries to American ideals through the performing arts.
He serves on the boards Demand Media, NYSE-traded company; Rakuten, a publicly traded, five billion dollar revenue company that is the leading e-commerce company in Japan; and Save The Children, the leading independent organization creating lasting change in the lives of children in need in the United States and around the world.
Josh was the recipient of the 2006 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Technology Entrepreneur of the Decade by Brigham Young University, and was recognized as one of Fortune Magazine’s “40 under 40” in 2009. He was again recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of its “40 under 40: Ones to Watch” in 2011. In 2012, he was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Mountain West Capital Network and was selected by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader.
He studied business management and entrepreneurship at Brigham Young University. Josh and his wife have six daughters.