For more than 10 years ShareTracker has helped the communications industry keep score by consistently delivering highly accurate market share and FlowShare measurement across all fixed and mobile services. We are the largest U.S. market research company dedicated to telecom market share and FlowShare measure products and analytics, and the most nimble, flexible, efficient and fast.
- Employees have 22 years on average in Telecom
- Institutional experience with “Big-data” market research analytics
- Broad set of customers that has services covering 95% of US households
ShareTracker continually invests to beat the curve in technology-based solutions that deliver the answers you must have for mission critical initiatives. With more than 40 patents, ShareTracker continues to set the bar for fresh innovation in telecom market share research measurement technology. Our strong partnerships with survey-focused providers means that with ShareTracker you can get the most accurate data with enhanced reporting telling you the whole story – who, what, when, where and why.
- Over 5 Billion Measurement Points Collected Annually
- 30k/quarter survey provides deeper dive into switching behavior, customer decision journey, and demographic details
- Provides agility for real-time measurement
For clients and solutions as varied in both scope and size from the largest U.S. telecom companies to regional independent telecom companies and cable telephony providers, ShareTracker is expert in providing focused market research and complex data analysis in areas such as network planning and capital deployment, market segmentation, market share and FlowShare, competitive landscapes, operating support systems and GIS mapping. For initiatives large and small, ShareTracker secures the data and its insights you must have to change your business performance and delivers it in the custom formats suited to your purposes. These custom solutions are tailored to your product, footprint, competitors and business strategy and are available individually or bundled with all metrics by standard and customer geographic markets. For every budget, you will learn the most from ShareTracker.
Eric Fogle, is an original co-founder of ShareTracker, the largest U.S. market research company dedicated to telecom market share and FlowShare measurement products and analytics, in a career filled with serial entrepreneurship and work for Fortune 100 companies in the telecom sector.
As president and CEO, Fogle is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the business, business planning, client solutions and mergers and acquisitions.
Previously, Fogle served as founder and president of the Broadband Consulting Group that provided product and technology solutions to the broadband industry and, as CEO of BlueBird Network, created to carry out the building of rural fiber networks utilizing a federal broadband stimulus grant. In earlier work with Nielsen Mobile he served as vice president of product development and product leadership. Prior to this, he served as a director of broadband marketing with BellSouth Telecommunications, and various management roles within AT&T.
Fogle earned a bachelor and master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri – Columbia and an MBA in business from Emory University – Goizueta Business School.
Like any good engineer, Fogle is drawn to problems that have tangible and valuable solutions at their end. He also likes to get to them faster than the next guy, and improve them with every turn, which is the primary connection to his fascination with driving his Toyota MR2 Spyder on road tracks throughout the Midwest. While this driving diversion is by necessity circular, the off-track value of his speedy problem solving is more direct – custom innovations that give decision makers what they need to advance their business, and a drive to be better at every turn.
Ryan Verkamp joined ShareTracker, the largest U.S. market research company dedicated to telecom market share and FlowShare measurement products and analytics, in 2014 bringing years of experience in accounting and reporting, mergers and acquisitions, audit, and compliance to his role as chief financial officer.
As CFO, Verkamp is responsible for ShareTracker’s financial management and reporting. He also leads on contract management and participates in the due diligence review of acquisition targets’ financial models and coordinating HR compliance for employees operating out of a dozen states.
Verkamp previously served as director of finance and marketing for Bluebird Network, a leading telecommunications company delivering thousands of route miles of high-speed broadband and fiber optic connection throughout the Midwest. An adjunct professor of accounting information systems for the University of Missouri – Columbia, Verkamp also worked as an auditor with KPMG.
Verkamp currently serves as a volunteer in the community for The Crossing Kids, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri, Conservation Federation Missouri, as well as for the Boone County Council on Aging. Previously, he served as a volunteer guide benefitting the Conservation Fund of Alaska.
A CPA, Verkamp earned his master of accountancy degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia.
A licensed pilot and avid outdoorsman, his childhood ambition to work for a company that let him operate a backhoe fell to the wayside when he realized he had a facility for math and an interest in marketing and management. Off the job when he isn’t out hunting with his bird dog Ali or fly fishing on a beautiful stretch of river, he and his wife Laura have their hands full raising their two kids at home in Columbia, Missouri.
Jerome Baccelli relaunched ShareTracker with Eric Fogle, president, in 2011, after success as a telecom engineering executive in the mobile telephony industry in both start up and Fortune 100 organizations.
As chief technology officer for ShareTracker, Baccelli is responsible for all product development technology, including development customized to a client’s specifications, that delivers the granular level data decision makers use for network planning and capital deployment, market segmentation, market share and FlowShare in the wireless and wireline segments.
Formerly vice president of engineering at Nielsen, Baccelli also served in management and engineering roles with Nielsen Mobile, Telephia and Cisco. He started his engineering career at Orange, then Vodafone and Verizon Wireless. Most recently, Baccelli was chief technology officer of Broadband Consulting Group. Over his career, he has co-authored multiple patents, mixing network engineering and market research, and has been a speaker at nationwide telecom events such as CTIA.
Baccelli earned a master’s in electrical engineering from the Institut national des Telecommunications in Evry, France.
A native of France, Baccelli always thought he would be doing something creative related to engineering. With a career start building networks for wireless carriers in France, he soon moved on using his skills and knowledge internationally then for Verizon in the U.S. and eventually went to Telephia, at the time the U.S. leader in telecom market research. An acquisition of Telephia by Nielsen brought Baccelli and Fogle together and the rest is making history.
Kara Warme joined ShareTracker, the largest U.S. market research company dedicated to telecom market share and FlowShare measurement products and analytics, in 2014 after years providing market research and analytics in the telecom sector.
As vice president of product development, Warme assists with the content and interpretation of complex data sets as developed and presented to clients. She also serves in a management function supporting the ordering and prioritizing of service and product innovation within ShareTracker.
Warme previously served in director roles for AT&T in product marketing management and customer analytics and research and as associate director for churn and FlowShare analysis. Most recently, she served as vice president, product development for Broadband Consulting Group.
Warme currently is a member of the Performing Arts Fund at Iowa State University. She previously served on the board of directors of the Stanford University athletic department and as a member of Professional Women of AT&T as well as Family Service Association of San Antonio.
Warme earned her bachelor of science in industrial engineering, with a minor in Latin American studies, from Stanford University. She received her master’s in business administration from the University of Iowa Tippie School of Business.
Good at calculus and physics in high school, Warme liked things that had a concrete answer at the end of a problem. Early in her career, she developed the ability to explain complicated data sets to business leaders, helping them make sense of how the information informs decision making. Her childhood ambition to be a teacher and her later facility for interpreting technical data have come together in her work for ShareTracker.
Mike has been a part of the ShareTracker Measurement Science Team since 2015. As lead analyst for ShareTracker’s cable products, he has developed and maintained insight-based analysis using hybrid models balancing classical analysis and big-data innovation.
Prior to joining ShareTracker, Mike was the SVP of Analysis for Centris Marketing Science (Horsham, PA). His professional history includes consulting for telco residential and commercial share efforts, as well as network deployment and planning. He holds a MA in Economics from Temple University and is currently completing a Masters in Theology from Saint Charles Seminary.
Robson joined ShareTracker in 2016 as SVP of Product Marketing. In addition to managing marketing strategy for ShareTracker, Robson has taken on the task of integrating the 2016 acquisitions of the Centris and GeoResults brands. Previous to ShareTracker, Robson served as VP of Marketing with nTelos Wireless, a regional fighter brand in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio, where he had been since 1998. In his time at nTelos, Robson led a revival of increased revenues and improved customer retention programs, garnering wireless industry recognition. Robson also served as Senior Director – Strategic Marketing, focused on Strategy, Project Management, Sales Operations and Product Marketing. Before joining nTelos, Robson served as Vice President of Sales & Marketing for CityNet, West Virginia’s largest Internet Service Provider. Robson graduated from the Ohio State University in 1993 and was born and raised in Charleston, West Virginia.