Jeff Day, Founder and CEO
Through the experience of running marketing for high growth companies (Apptio, PolyServe) and departments of enterprise companies (Sun, HP), Jeff has become a fanatic for measuring marketing and sales effectiveness, often pushing the envelope of available software tools.
Jeff also believes that enterprise software is going through an inflection point, where traditional big enterprise software is relegated only to the biggest and most entrenched companies (like mainframes) and many companies migrate to best of breed applications that require little customization, are very time and cost efficient and provide a more elegant user experience. This is the genesis for Enodo Software.
In addition to Jeff's 18 years in the high tech industry, Jeff received his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington. Follow on Twitter or read his blog.
Miles Ulrich, Chief Technology Officer
Miles is a rampant enthusiast for the coming of Cloud and PaaS (Platform as a Service) technologies—such as Salesforce.com—that will fundamentally change the way that businesses run IT and drive a step function in the pace of technology innovation. Six years ago, Miles saw the coming of Cloud and PaaS and struck out as an independent consultant helping companies develop applications and solutions on platforms such as Salesforce.com
Miles has developed software for 30 years and is also a certified developer for Salesforce.com. In the past, Miles worked for Microsoft running development and test teams for the SQL Server and BizTalk groups, and was a founding developer and VP of Technology for Wall Data, helping to drive revenue to 150M before it was acquired in 1999.
Bryce Howard, Chief Architect
Bryce Howard was a Principal Architect at Avalara, Inc. where he specialized in the design of scalable, highly-available systems and applications optimized for cloud deployment. Prior to Avalara he was the official "Manager of Mischief" of SEOmoz, leading several teams of engineers for application performance improvement on large scale data systems among other things. He's done tours of duty at Amazon, RealNetworks and several other startups you've likely never heard of. Bryce specializes in cloud-oriented architectures, with extensive experience building solutions for Amazon Web Services (AWS). He is the author of the upcoming O'Reilly Associates book, "Getting Started With AWS".