Mark has been a leader in the software engineering field for over 25 years. Even while getting his B.S. in Computer engineering from the University of Kentucky, Mark was working with a local entrepreneur in Lexington creating an innovative dental information system, while developing accounting systems for two different hospitals at the same time. Mark’s natural business sense, creative vision for software engineering, and unending drive were producing unique system concepts, even before he graduated from college.
After college, Mark immediately began working for one of the leading technology companies in their industry, LexisNexis (formally Mead Data Central). During his 9-year career with LexisNexis, Mark quickly became known for his creative problem solving and leadership skills. Mark architected and led teams in the development of many critical, and innovative systems.
Mark’s entrepreneurial spirit and his desire to explore new industries and challenges, lead him to strike out on his own and create his first software engineering company, MARCAT Technologies. Mark hand selected the best and brightest software engineers he had developed relationships with over the years to grow his new company. During this time Mark also provided consulting services to LexisNexis, Reynolds & Reynolds, and Microsoft.
Having quick initial success, Mark discovered a market opportunity of having both software engineers, and creative front-end website developers working on the same team. Since the majority of small to mid-sized competitors outsource one of the two skill sets, projects inevitably experience “scope creep” that often derails projects and leaves the customer holding the bag.
With his new vision in mind, Mark again tapped into his relationships with the most talented web designers and developers, and created IMX Solutions. This new company concept provides project control from beginning to end. Whether finding customized solutions by leveraging the existing IMX web-based products, or creating proprietary software solutions, Mark has positioned IMX to deliver best-in-class results for just about any size company.
Mark’s visionary leadership continues to drive innovation, as IMX Solutions continues to help companies integrate systems, automate processes, and accelerate their ability to achieve their goals.
After graduating with a B.S. in Marketing from Miami University in 1990, David spent 14 years with Cintas Corporation. During his time there he served in several roles including a Management Trainee, outside Sales Representative, and National Marketing Manager at the corporate headquarters in Mason, OH. After leading the national marketing efforts for the rental divison for 3 years, David became the first Sales Director for the emerging First Aid & Safety divison where he helped build and train a new national sales force. He was then promoted to the position of Regional Business Director responsible for 10 operations in the East Region of the First Aid and Safety Divison. During his last two years at Cintas David was selected to be one of the initial Six Sigma Black Belts at Cintas and he was tasked with implementing Six Sigma as part the corporate culture at Cintas. David made a career change in 2004, leaving Cintas to act as an independent consultant, as well as starting up his own business in the Dayton market.
In his position as Vice President Sales and Marketing for IMX Solutions, David is excited about bringing his passion for marketing and sales, along with his Six Sigma experience, to IMX Solutions to help clients increase profits through process efficiencies and open new sales channels with web-based solutions.
Bob graduated from the University of Dayton with a B.S. in Computer Science and math minor and has over twenty-two years I.T. experience. At IMX, he specializes in Applications Systems Design/Development.
Bob’s background includes custom application design and development for LexisNexis and developing large multi-user government database systems to provide for capability and assessment of military plane readiness for CSC. He created software for disassembling military missile object code used by the military in troubleshooting embedded computer systems for TRW, and he designed and developed an advanced multi-user, multi-tasking operating system simulator used to train masters students
operating systems design courses at the Air Force Institute of Technology. Bob has also done consulting work on application design for Trophy Nut.
Mike graduated with a Bachelors in Marine Science and following his active duty time in the Navy, continued his education in a Computer Graphics curriculum where he was a Phi Theta Kappa honors student. He currently has nearly 20 years of computer graphics and web design experience.
Initially, Mike held desktop publishing, computer graphics and graphic management positions at the Berry Company and Midwest Micro/Infotel. After being hired by Regent Systems, Inc. he became immersed in internet technologies and web development and has focused on that field ever since. His background includes development of the Baby Care web interface at Procter & Gamble, intranet and product interface design for multiple products at LexisNexis, and he is the sole designer and developer of the Reserve Personnel Accounting Application to track all Navy Reservists on duty in Europe, used by the U.S. Navy for nearly a decade.
In December of 2007 Mike retired from the U.S. Navy and Reserve after having served for over 23 years. During that time he was an Enlisted submarine Quartermaster, a Surface Warfare Officer and retired as an Information Professional Officer holding the rank of Commander.
At IMX, Mike focuses on user interface design and development and handles the graphic web design for our products and our clients. He uses his desktop publishing background to design all print media for IMX and our clients, and he writes and codes the help systems for our products. Mike is a Certified Usability Analyst and specializes in web standards and cascading style sheet based designs.