Zia proudly welcomes two innovators on the cutting edge of ECM technology as Keynote Speakers:
Doug Dennerline, CEO – Alfresco
Prior to Alfresco, Doug served as President of SuccessFactors, responsible for worldwide sales, professional services, marketing, customer success, solution consultants, and strategic consulting. Doug was also Executive Vice President of Enterprise Sales at Salesforce. Prior to Salesforce, Doug had several roles at Cisco, including heading the WebEx group as Senior Vice President of the Collaboration Software Group. Doug holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Arizona State University.
Ike Kavas, CTO – Ephesoft
Ike Kavas has over 12 years of in-depth document imaging, document management, and business process systems experience. Mr. Kavas is one of the few people in this industry that has designed and architected products with several million dollars of impact on customers and vendors. Mr. Kavas is a serial entrepreneur with both a keen technical background and outstanding sales and business experience, which he demonstrated by achieving and exceeding revenue-based goals.
Brian D. Gray is Managing Director of Application Development at Baldwin & Lyons, Inc. In this role, he is responsible for enterprise architecture and all facets of new application development. He’s been with Baldwin & Lyons since October 2008 and previously served as Chief Technology Officer for ADMinSolutions, 2nd Vice President of Strategic Process & Performance for Conseco Services, and as a United States Air Force civil service employee. Brian holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, with highest honors, from Marian University.
Jeremy Day is Director of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance At US Oncology Research/McKesson Specialty Health. He has been active in the area of oncology clinical research for over 15 years. His experience includes FDA regulatory compliance and human research protections. His focus in streamlining and compliance has been used to help develop documentation solutions for over 900 Investigators across 17 states.