Steven White, President and CEO
Steven leads ImageVision’s corporate strategy and engineering efforts. Prior to co-founding ImageVision, Steven was with Netrake, acquired by AudioCodes, the leading provider to fixed and mobile service providers for real-time delivery of voice and multimedia solutions across IP networks. Prior to Netrake, he was with Netsocket, the creator of the world's first real-time IP service assurance solution that enabled service providers to track IP sessions across the network. Prior to Netsocket, Steven worked at Nortel Networks pioneering solutions for integrated voice, video and data solutions over converged wireless and wireline networks. Research, design, and architecture experience includes Mobile IP, IP and ATM backbone networks, converged Voice and Video over IP, and IMS/FMC infrastructure. Steven holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Mitch Butler, Vice President Business Development and Operations
Mitch leads the company’s global sales and business development efforts. With twenty years of experience in the IT industry working extensively with worldwide system integrators and wireline/wireless service providers, Mitch brings to an organization a proven track record of successful sales, technology/product introduction, OEM partnership and organizational management. Prior to co-founding ImageVision, Mitch, was Director of 4G/Femtocell Technologies for NetSocket, where he was responsible for service provider partnerships and vendor-supplier relationships. Prior to NetSocket, Mitch served in similar capacity for Netrake, acquired by AudioCodes. Mitch holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Texas A&M University.
Matt Miller, Board Member
Matt, currently Managing Director with Walden Venture Capital, has 20+ years of management experience, including 14 years at Silicon Valley software companies. He has over 8 years of experience as an officer of a public company or CEO of a private company. Matt joined Walden from Moai Technologies, a Walden portfolio company. As CEO of Moai, Matt helped to build revenues to over $14 million and focused the company on enterprise customers. Before Moai, Matt served as VP & General Manager at Remedy Corp., where he managed a division with over $175 million in revenue and 200 employees in Engineering, Marketing, and Business Development. He has also served as VP of Marketing at both Remedy and Gupta Corp. and Director of Marketing at Oracle Corp. and Versant Object Technology Corp. At Oracle, he was a part of the small Desktop division that developed and launched the first database server running on an Intel chip in 1989. Matt currently sits on the board of H5 Technologies, Iconoculture, Ignite Technologies, Palamida, Market Insight, Powercloud Systems and Blazent. Matt received a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University and a Masters of Business Administration from Columbia University.
Jim Janicki, Board Member
Jim brings over 25 years of executive leadership with extensive entrepreneurial and software technology experience. He currently serves as President and CEO of Ignite Technology, the leader is secure, scale content delivery for the Global 2000. Most recently, he served as President and CEO of Calpont, a privately-held company that focuses on database solutions. He also served as Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) at Austin Ventures. Prior to that, he was the co-founder and CEO of MetaSolv Software (Nasdaq:MSLV), a leading global provider of operations support system solutions for communications service providers around the world. MetaSolv completed a successful IPO with market cap of $4B and went on to acquire multiple technology companies to accelerate growth. Ultimately MetaSolv was acquired by Oracle and its solution continues to be a market leader in the telecommunications industry. During this period, Jim was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Before co-founding MetaSolv, Jim held various positions at Texas Instruments. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems from Arizona State University.