Then the leading supplier of computer-aided software engineering tools for technical customers with over 22,000 installations worldwide. 1994 revenue exceeded $50 million.Acquired in 1996 by Bachman Information Systems.
Founder, Chairman, VP & CTO
1982: Created business and raised angel funding.July 1983: Raised venture capital and recruited startup team. 1984: Named Chairman after second venture round.1989: Named VP & CTO as part of merger with MicroCASE.Responsible for executive management, fundraising, investor relations, engineering management, marketing management, business development, and pre- and post-sales support for opportunities ranging from $50K to $10M.
·Created a $50M, 300-person technical CASE company by building and managing the team and establishing and nurturing a culture of creativity, uncompromising technical excellence, commitment to customers and fun.
·Generated $250M+ in cumulative product and service revenue by building and supporting a team that excelled in product development, marketing, sales and support for large global customers.
·Merged 2 companies separated by 3,000 miles into a viable new business by designing an organization and culture that enabled synergy and was enthusiastically embraced by all employees.
·Achieved and maintained #1 market position by designing an extensible product architecture that enabled feature leadership, distributed multi-platform interoperability and flexible licensing options.
·Closed $10M GE Aerospace sale to standardize on Teamwork by supporting a multi-site, yearlong sales campaign.This was the largest CASE sale ever recorded at the time.