President & CEO
Ron leads Datacastle’s strategy and business operations. He has 20 years of experience in senior operations, business development, and product development positions in software and services businesses. Prior to Datacastle, he served as VP and GM of the Mobile and Broadband Commerce business at Qpass (acquired by Amdocs). Prior to Qpass, he was at Apple heading up program management for Internet products as well as worldwide software configuration management. Ron holds a dual degree from Dartmouth College in Engineering Sciences and Philosophy. He also holds a MSEE from the University of Washington.
Founder & CTO
Gary is the technology visionary and founder of Datacastle Corporation. He has 20 years of experience in the design, development, and implementation of technology solutions across multiple industries. Prior to Datacastle, he spent 10 years in numerous roles at Microsoft, including Technical Architect for the Communications Sector hosting solutions, and as Product Unit Manager for one of Microsoft’s “Live” services. Previously, Gary spent two years as Chief Software Architect at Peakhour in Australia, and five years at Andersen Consulting.
VP Sales & Business Development, North America
Craig is responsible for sales and business development activities in North America. He has over 20 years of channel sales experience and has worked with partners across the globe. Craig has led sales operations for both private and public companies including two of CRN’s Top 100 Cloud Computing Vendors. After starting his career at Apple Computer, Craig has worked in the managed services and cloud computing arena with N2H2, PivotLink, and Doyenz.
Alex is responsible for setting the technical direction at Datacastle. He has 17 years of experience running software development organizations, delivering on time and to budget. Most of this experience is in Software as a Service (SaaS) and software manipulating data. Prior to Datacastle, Alex worked for Microsoft in the Microsoft Office Live team where he was responsible for the SaaS platform within the Microsoft Office organization. Alex also led data processing initiatives within Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SQL Server. Prior to Microsoft, Alex led the development team at Peakhour, an early SaaS startup in Australia.