The Framehawk leadership team has a broad and unique set of experiences driving the company’s advancements in enterprise application mobilization. The team’s background ranges from spacecraft communication at NASA, to running IT and application development at global banks, to mobile infrastructure consulting, to building innovative enterprise software companies. The team is applying all of this experience in new ways to deliver better mobile access solutions to Framehawk’s customers.
Peter leads Framehawk, driving the company with a vision for how mobility will reshape the opportunities for both enterprises and their customers. Peter draws from over 20 years working on mission-critical applications within the IT departments of the world’s most sophisticated enterprises. Peter held leadership roles in technology strategy, enterprise architecture, and software development at Barclays Global Investors, Qwest Communications, Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley. Peter holds a BEng (Hons) in Computer Systems and Electronics from King’s College, London University. Peter has lived in San Francisco, Hong Kong, New York, London, carries 2 tablets, and was recently able to get mobile phone service while climbing Kilimanjaro.
Stephen has made a career of identifying patterns and applying unconventional techniques to both solve technology problems and drive innovative business ideas. Stephen runs research and development and sets technical direction for Framehawk. Stephen began his 20 years in technology as a physicist with NASA working on data reduction and graphic display software for spacecraft communications. He managed global IT operations for Clarify for four years and, after the acquisition by Nortel Networks, Stephen became the CIO of the Alteon Websystems group. Most recently he was Vice President of Technology Architecture for Barclays Global Investors and CIBC. Stephen has a B.S. in Physics from the University of California at Berkeley. Stephen can demo Framehawk on a Nook, but when pushed claims to prefer his Samsung Galaxy Note phablet.
Steve is an entrepreneur and engineering leader with a history of creating, developing, and bringing to market innovative, award-winning, and commercially successful products. Prior to joining Framehawk, Steve was VP of technology and engineering for encryption products at SafeNet, Inc., and led their transformation to an Agile development culture. He drove the delivery of cloud security and encryption products to customers such as Verizon, Wells Fargo, Visa, and Apple. Prior to SafeNet, Steve was the chief architect for cloud storage at Seagate/i365 where he drove the data center, security, and object-based storage architecture, SaaS delivery cost modeling, and software development for storage virtualization and operations management. Steve also started up the Mobility Software Division at Symbol Technologies, Inc., (now Motorola Enterprise Mobility) and was the founder and CTO/VP Engineering of Desana, Inc., a data center virtualization solution company, raising over $52 million from Sequoia, Mayfield, and Worldview. Steve has held multiple advanced development and research roles related to signal processing, hand-held wireless devices, distributed systems, and parallel computing. He was a research team leader at USC/Information Sciences Institute. Steve spends most of his day on his iPad and a Bluetooth keyboard.
Andy excels at strategy, sales, and business development initiatives to bring innovative technologies to the enterprise market. Over a 20-year career, Andy has driven revenue in sales and business development roles for enterprise software companies and start-ups, including Interwoven (now HP) and FileNet (now IBM). As EVP of sales, Andy led Law Cypress Company into the EDM market, growing revenues from zero to over $100 million. Most recently, as VP of business development and SVP of sales at Voxify (acquired by 24/7), he led the company’s repositioning and championed a signature relationship with Microsoft that vastly accelerated revenue growth. Andy uses his iPad for lots of his daily work, including (believe it or not) giving PowerPoint presentations.
Brad has shown both passion and skill for creating innovative market strategies and positioning. Brad has broad experience across the software industry in a diverse set of sales, marketing, and general management roles. Most recently, Brad was co-founder and chief marketing officer at Nukona, which was acquired by Symantec in April 2012 and now provides the core of Symantec's enterprise mobility strategy. Previously Brad served as EVP of products and strategy at OpenSpan and VP of services and operations at JBoss (acquired by Red Hat in 2006). Brad has become fast friends with his iPad Mini.
Jay brings new, innovative technologies to the enterprise IT market. Jay was VP of marketing for cloud computing pioneer Cassatt Corp. and then VP of marketing and strategy with the CA Technologies cloud computing business unit following Cassatt’s acquisition. Jay founded the marketing department at BEA Systems, Inc., and spent time running the company's European marketing program(me)s in London. He also held marketing roles at systems management start-up EcoSystems Software (now part of Compuware), Oracle, and Sun. He has a B.A. in English literature and communications from Stanford University. Jay blogs and tweets on IT management topics whenever possible from his iPad.