Management

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Robert L. Batty, CEO

Bob Batty is CEO and co-founder of Forensic Logic. He has more than 35 years experience in the information technology industry; 29 in managing information technology companies as CEO or as a member of senior management. Bob has previously served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Curl Corporation, an MIT DARPA spinoff developing a new computer language and associated real-time compiler and development environments targeted at the Semantic Web, acquired by Sumitomo; CEO of Xaos Tools, an animation and visualization software company for the film and television industry; Senior Executive at Enigma Logic, a software access control company acquired by Secure Computing; and RSA Data Security, one of the first public key encryption software companies acquired by EMC. Bob is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the Harvard Business School.

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Ronald A. Mayer, CTO

Ron Mayer is a serial entrepreneur with his last six ventures having gone public or successfully sold to larger companies. Prior to co-founding Forensic Logic, Ron was Director of Web Business at InterVideo where he increased InterVideo’s direct sales from under $3 million annually to over $5 million in one year, contributing 10% of the company’s revenues, while maintaining consistently high profit margins. Prior to InterVideo, Ron served as Web Strategist to Curl Corporation bringing internet industry perspective to MIT researchers building technology for a rich-client internet. From 1998 to 2001, Ron was co-founder and Chief Technical Officer of ShoppingList.com, a venture capital funded company with a comprehensive nationwide search engine for local, brick and mortar shopping information. ShoppingList.com grew to become one of the top 200 web properties, in addition to powering local shopping information for top-tier sites such as Yahoo Shopping and AOL’s Digital Cities.  Mr. Mayer holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.

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Richard Fedora, CIO

Richard Fedora manages data center operations, new software launch logistics and customer support for Forensic Logic. Prior to his position with Crime Prevention Analysis Lab Inc., the company acquired by Forensic Logic, Richard was a Senior Analyst for the Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation, now HSBC, at their Canadian Group Systems Development Center in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.  While with the Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation Mr. Fedora played an active role in the development and implementation of the bank’s Electronic Trade Related System and their inter-connect to British Telecom. Mr. Fedora has been in IT for over twenty years and has been involved in law enforcement and public safety related systems for the past fourteen years.  In 2001 Mr. Fedora was the first place winner “Best Overall Map” at the National Institute of Justice’s international crime mapping competition.  Mr. Fedora holds degrees, diplomas and accreditations from Simon Fraser University, the British Columbia Institute of Technology and the Institute of Canadian Bankers.

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Wes Speerbrecker, VP of Product Integration

Wes Speerbrecker is responsible for integrating external databases and software systems into Forensic Logic software-as-a-service systems. He is an experienced senior software architect and team leader with over 25 years experience in software design, client server development and project management in the computer industry, with an emphasis on the law enforcement and public safety industry for the past fourteen years. Prior to his position with Crime Prevention Analysis Lab Inc., the company acquired by Forensic Logic, Wes worked as a Senior Consultant for Info-Share Consulting Services and Sierra Systems Inc. Wes’s database development experience has included a wide range of systems including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle RDB, Sybase and DB2.

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Bradford J. Davis, VP of Business Development

Brad Davis leads a range of product and client development projects for Forensic Logic, and has an extensive background in the intelligence, security, and defense sectors. Prior to Forensic Logic, Brad was a manager at Monitor 360, where he advised members of the US intelligence community on the use and integration of large datasets to locate persons of interest. Brad also served as an intelligence officer in the US Navy, leading a number of signals intelligence efforts in multiple deployments during Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. Brad holds an AB with high honors from Dartmouth College, an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School, and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.