Wiley oversees all activities related to SinglePlatform, which he founded in 2010 and which was acquired by Constant Contact in 2012. SinglePlatform gives small business a single place to update their critical business information and delivers that information across a publishing network that reaches more than 200 million consumers per month. This network includes sites like Foursquare, New York Times, YP, and UrbanSpoon, as well as the business’ social media profiles, website, and mobile site. SinglePlatform lets small businesses quickly distribute rich content so that consumers can find it at the very moment they are looking to make a purchase decision.
Before founding SinglePlatform, Wiley was the Executive Vice President of SeamlessWeb's Partner Sales Division. He served on the SeamlessWeb executive team for more than eight years, during which the company grew from seven people to more than 200, and was named the Fourth Fastest Growing Private Company in the US (Inc) and the Fastest Growing Internet-based Services Company in the US (Deloitte). After SeamlessWeb was acquired by Aramark, Wiley continued to serve on the executive team until he left to start SinglePlatform, which has been named in the top 10 and top 25 “Companies to Watch” five times from sites like The Next Web, BusinessInsider and Website Magazine.
Wiley has received considerable industry recognition, including being named to BusinessInsider’s Top 25 Tech CEOs in New York and Top 100 Most Influential People lists.