VIC Technologies is a New Media / Technology Services Firm focused on helping our clients connect to their target audience (partners, prospects, clients) through the innovative use of technology and media.
VIC Technologies was founded in the summer of 2006 by Jennifer Bonnett. VIC Technologies has offices in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jennifer Bonnett, CTO & President
Jennifer Bonnett is a technology entrepreneur with over 20 years experience in the Information Technology field. She currently is CEO of VIC Technologies. In this role, Jennifer acts as a “virtual CTO” and guides businesses in aligning their technology / business strategies. Jennifer has been a founding member of numerous start-ups.
Jennifer’s current “side venture” is an organization called “StartupChicks”. StartupChicks is a networking and educational organization for women entrepreneurs focused on Media, Tech, Bio Tech, and Green Startups. Jennifer founded StartupChicks in an effort to connect, grow and inspire women entrepreneurs and future generations of women to become entrepreneurs.
Prior to these positions, Jennifer was the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of eTour.com. eTour.com was an internet advertising engine similar in nature to a search engine. As the sole technology-oriented founder, she designed, developed, and launched the initial version of eTour.com in the spring of 1998. She eventually grew the technology staff to 60 employees, as the company grew to 180 employees.
In 1999, eTour.com was labeled the “Most Addictive” site on the web by Industry Standard; the “coolest tool site” of the year by http://www.coolsiteoftheday.com; and was ranked number 1 in average days visited by MediaMetrix (a.k.a. the “stickiest” site on the web). By April of 2001, eTour had grown to 5 million subscribers and was ranked number 71 in total traffic for the world wide web by MediaMetrix. eTour.com was acquired by Ask Jeeves (now ASK.com) in May of 2001.