Chairman of the Board
Mr. Brodsky has served as Executive Chairman of Selectica, Inc., publicly traded enterprise software company since December, 2013. Prior to that, he was the Company's Interim Chief Executive Officer, and he has also served as a director of the company since 2010. Mr. Brodsky has also serves as the managing partner of Vajra Asset Management, LLC, an investment management firm. Mr. Brodsky has serves on the boards of several other publicly traded companies. Mr. Brodsky received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Syracuse University, a law degree from Northwestern University School of Law and a Masters in Business Administration from the JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management School of Business at Northwestern University.
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Wolfe has over 20 years of experience in building, implementing and selling paradigm changing technology solutions. During his 12-year tenure with QUALCOMM Inc., including serving as division President of Qualcomm Wireless Business Solutions, Mr. Wolfe was instrumental in developing and executing a series of strategic corporate initiatives that transformed its products and operations, and drove double-digit revenue growth over a four-year period. Prior to his career at QUALCOMM, Mr. Wolfe held senior technology management positions at Roadway and Leaseway Transportation (now Penske Logistics). Mr. Wolfe received degrees in Data Processing, Business Management and Technical Education from the University of Akron, and completed an executive management program with Stanford Executive Institute.
Mr. Brakebill is a retired intellectual property and trial lawyer. Following a one-year appellate clerkship out of law school, in 1998 Mr. Brakebill joined Morrison & Foerster, a global law firm of which he became a partner in 2005. At Morrison & Foerster, Mr. Brakebill primarily represented technology companies, both in the hardware and software sectors, in intellectual property cases involving disputes over patents, copyrights and contracts concerning use of technology. He retired from the firm in 2010. Mr. Brakebill also has served as a director of several not-for-profit organizations. Mr. Brakebill received a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors from Stanford University in 1991 and attended Harvard Law School and the University of California, Hastings, from which he received his law degree in 1997.
Mr. Casey has served on the board of directors and as a member of the nominating/corporate governance committee and as Chairperson of the audit committee for Determine, Inc. (DTRM) since 2010. Mr. Casey also serves on the board of directors of Revegy, Inc., a privately held software business. Since 2006, Mr. Casey has been a partner at TechCXO, LLC, a professional services firm that provides financial, strategic and operational consulting services. Mr. Casey's prior experience includes having served as chief financial officer for MAPICS, Inc., a publicly traded provider of enterprise resource planning software for the discrete manufacturing industries. Previously, Mr. Casey served as executive vice president, chief financial and administrative officer of iXL Enterprises, Inc., a publicly traded professional services firm, chief financial officer of Manhattan Associates, Inc., a publicly traded provider of supply chain executive solutions, and chief financial officer of IQ Software Corporation, a publicly traded provider of business intelligence software. Mr. Casey began his career as a CPA with Arthur Andersen & Co. and holds a B.B.A. degree in accounting from The University of Georgia.
Mr. Formant served as the President of Verizon Enterprise Solutions, a division of Verizon Communications Inc. that provides technology and communications services and products to business and government customers, from January 2014 until December 2017. Mr. Formant previously served as the Senior Vice President of Avaya Inc. and President of Avaya Government Solutions, a provider of collaboration and communications products to governmental agencies, from August 2010 until April 2013. Mr. Formant has served on the board of directors of Vox Mobile, Inc. since December 2016, Emtec, Inc. since December 2011, and Proposal Software Inc. since January 2017. Mr. Formant is also on the board of trustees of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Maryland University of Integrative Health.
Mr. Frumberg has been the Managing Member of Emancipation Capital, a technology-focused group of funds, since its inception in 2003. Before founding Emancipation Capital, Mr. Frumberg served as Co-Head of Equities at SG Cowen Securities Corp. ("SG Cowen"), a leading technology and healthcare investment bank, and was a member of SG Cowen's merchant banking and venture committees. Previously, Mr. Frumberg led U.S. Research and served as Co-Head of Global Research at UBS Securities, an investment bank, and served on its management and merchant banking committees. Mr. Frumberg has served as a member of the board of directors of multiple public and private technology companies. Mr. Frumberg earned a B.S. degree in economics at New York University and attended New York University's Stern School of Business as part of its B.S./MBA program.