Bottle Rocket Adds C-Level
Executive to Explore New Tech

As chief mobile architect, Jonathan Campos wants to make Bottle Rocket a leader in how people experience technology.

Jonathan Campos is now the chief mobile architect of Addison's Bottle Rocket. [IMAGE: Dallas Innovates; Photos courtesy of Bottle Rocket]

Amid Bottle Rocket’s expansion into new technologies, a seasoned Dallas techie has taken on a leadership role to help further advance the company. 

With more than 10 years experience in enterprise applications, Jonathan Campos is now the chief mobile architect of Addison’s Bottle Rocket the company announced recently.

“Through his leadership in the space and experience with clients known for their technology advancements (Thomson Reuters, American Airlines, and Nokia Siemens Networks, among others), we will be primed and ready for future enhancements that will bring great value to our clients and their customers,” said Amy Czuchlewski, vice president of engineering at Bottle Rocket, in a release. 

After filling the role in May, Campos has spent his first month planning the mobile development, design, and strategy company‘s next steps to descend upon the world of artificial intelligence and virtual reality, D CEO’s Danielle Abril reported.

“I want Bottle Rocket to be seen as the leading experience company in how people experience technology.” 


“[Bottle Rocket has] built a great reputation for mobile applications,” Campos told D CEO. “But these days that’s not enough, and that’s not where the industry is. I want Bottle Rocket to be seen as the leading experience company in how people experience technology.”

Campos previously worked for data analytics company, Precocity, where he served as principal architect and worked with brands such as Pizza Hut, American Airlines, Procter & Gamble, and Fannie Mae to lend a hand in their mobile moves, the magazine reported.

Bottle Rocket is making a switch from desktop to mobile devices in a short amount of time with the help of Campos.   

“Bottle Rocket is going through some changes,” Campos told D CEO. “They still have their bread and butter — user experience and native apps — but technology is changing so there’s a lot more ways for people to interact with it.

“It’s not just about making something pretty. My background lends itself to taking user experience to a whole different level.”

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