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Composite Software 2013 BBBT Business and Strategy Update
Solving data virtualization challenges is what we do best at Composite. With hundreds of man years of R&D and millions of hours of operational deployment since 2002, the Composite Data Virtualization Platform is the most mature and proven data virtualization offering in the market. Large organizations including ten of the top 20 banks, seven of the top ten pharmaceuticals, four of the top five energy companies, leading telecommunications, media and technology companies as well as government agencies, use Composite to simplify their information access and improve business agility.
Jim Green – Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Composite Software
Jim brings to Composite Software more than 20 years of experience in developing products and technology for enterprise computing. Jim joined Composite in 2003 from webMethods where he served as CTO and executive vice president of product development. Prior to joining webMethods, Jim was CEO of Active Software, where he grew the company from a start-up to an industry leader in Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) software. After the merger with webMethods, he spearheaded the integration of the two companies’ product lines to create the industry’s first comprehensive business integration platform. Before that, during a seven year tenure at Sun Microsystems, he led the development of the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) specification, the industry standard for distributed objects. In previous companies, he achieved several industry firsts by developing networking and distributed computing products. Jim holds an MS in Industrial Engineering and an MS in Computer Science.
Marc Breissinger – Executive Vice President, Composite Software
For the past eight years as Chief Technology Officer at webMethods and SPADAC, Marc guided internal and key account technology strategy and architecture resulting in a number of new products including webMethod’s award winning Fabric product suite and millions in revenue growth. While at webMethods, Marc also identified and executed seven acquisitions. Prior to webMethods, Marc was a Senior Manager for six years at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) where he successfully led over a dozen major projects in Automotive, Electronics, Chemical and Retail market clients. Marc started working with IT clients during his four years as a Consultant at ZS Associates. At Composite, Marc guides strategy and architecture projects at major accounts. Marc holds a BA in computer science from Yale University. He also holds an active TS clearance.
Kevin Ott – Senior Vice President, Product Development, Composite Software
Kevin brings to Composite more than 15 years in developing innovative products to enable real-time information integration for the world’s largest software enterprises. Kevin joined Composite in 2003 and has held several roles in product development including Distinguished Engineer and Chief Architect. In 2011, Kevin became the Senior Vice President of Product Development. Before joining Composite, Kevin served at webMethods where he was Lead Architect of the Broker ESB product and later managed the Broker ESB platform development group. Prior to webMethods, Kevin developed enterprise software products for Sun, Netscape and Hewlett-Packard. Kevin holds a BA in Physics from the University of California, San Diego.
Robert Eve – Executive Vice President, Marketing, Composite Software
Bob’s experience includes executive level marketing and business development roles at leading enterprise software companies such as Oracle, PeopleSoft, Mercury Interactive (Kintana) and Right Hemisphere, as well as management roles at Ernst & Young and Intel. Bob is the co-author of Data Virtualization: Going Beyond Traditional Data Integration to Achieve Business Agility. Bob holds a MS degree in Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BS degree in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley.
Michael McNab – SVP Global Business Services, Franklin Templeton Investments
Much is written about how producing the right data could impact business results. But little is discussed about how the data consumption side can equally effect business productivity and profitability. Growing transparency requirements around the world have put a premium on the delivery of timely data dissemination and intelligent use of the data for effective client communications. Mike will provide a business sponsor’s perspective of the many benefits (both anticipated and unanticipated) realized from data virtualization on these issues. He will also share insights on lessons learned, success factors, and thoughts on some emerging opportunities.
(Friday) 9:00 am - 12:30 pm