What We Do
creates and distributes software packages that help resolve and prevent organizational data quality problems. Our software is built using industry-leading methodologies and technology in order to create the best data quality management platform, while also providing on-the-ground help for problems that require more nuanced approaches. Our team of expert engineers and analysts provide solutions to problems that fit clients' need and budget.
Our executive team bring experiences from organizations around the globe in order to understand clients' needs and provide them with the best combination of software and consulting services to solve challenges quickly and efficiently.
Steve is an executive consultant that has served as a subject matter expert for capital stress testing and other regulatory reporting initiatives at large banks. His previous professional experience centered on Basel regulatory capital projects at Morgan Stanley and Citi.
Steve graduated from Bentley University with a Bachelors of Science, and has leveraged his academic background in technology to build strategic financial reporting solutions. He is also a CFA level II candidate.
Nick has worked closely with Steve on credit risk initiatives for over five years. He developed algorithms and implemented innovative risk management technology solutions at Morgan Stanley.
Nick also worked in private wealth management at UBS Financial Services. He has worked in several tech entrepreneurial projects, and served as the CFO of a sanitation and a solar energy company in Africa. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Jonathan has experience building large-scale and distributed cloud technology for some of the largest companies in the world. While he was completing his Bachelors and Masters degrees, he developed a powerplant simulation program for GE Global Research.
After GE, he moved on to develop a near-real-time data platform, processing and providing general ledger data, at Morgan Stanley before moving to work at Microsoft.
At Microsoft, he worked on cloud synchronization technology for OneDrive before moving to the .NET Framework team where he helped build a massively-distributed system executing and verifying millions of test case executions per day.