Plano’s Bluechip Insights Announces New Chief Executive Officer

The company said that TJ Person is an accomplished serial entrepreneur and technology product leader known for founding and successfully exiting three venture-backed startups: Mango Mobile, Koupon Media, and Openkey.

TJ Person has been appointed chief executive officer of Bluechip Insights, a Plano-based data platform for the commercial real estate sector.

The company said that Person is an accomplished serial entrepreneur and technology product leader known for founding and successfully exiting three venture-backed startups: Mango Mobile, Koupon Media, and Openkey.

“Joining Bluechip Insights is a thrilling opportunity to leverage the potential of data and analytics in addressing crucial challenges within the commercial real estate sector,” Person said in a statement. “I’m excited to lead a fast-growing team of exceptional professionals and drive innovation which solidifies Bluechip Insights as the industry leader in delivering invaluable insights.”

Bluechip said Person’s wealth of experience helps position the company for expansive growth and innovation in commercial real estate data analytics.

Bluechip Insights has pioneered a transformative approach to data analytics by making actionable insights easily accessible, offering a distinct competitive advantage in a data-driven market.

The company said its platform empowers businesses operating in the commercial real estate sector to make well-informed decisions, outperform competitors, and enhance client relationships.

Person is actively engaged in the Texas startup community as an investor and serves on advisory boards for several early-stage companies, underscoring his commitment to fostering growth and innovation in the entrepreneurial landscape.

Bluechip said that the new CEO brings visionary leadership that will steer the company’s dedication to delivering comprehensive market insights and advanced analytics, offering commercial real estate professionals a platform to successfully navigate an ever-changing data landscape.

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