CEO of Trilogy Effective Software Solutions, Inc.
The focus of Jeremy’s 20 year career has been on designing, developing, implementing and delivering ETRM software with top ETRM companies including Caminus, SunGard Energy, Trilogy Apex Solutions, Inc., SolArc, Inc., and Openlink. He’s worked with some of the top energy companies delivering and implementing complex solutions. He’s helped design solutions for EnLink, WPX, Southcross, and Kinder Morgan. He was former Vice President of Trinity Apex Solutions, Inc. before selling the company to SolArc, Inc. Jeremy holds a BS and a MBA from Bellevue University.
Vice President of Product Development
David has over 25 years of energy software development experience focused on the midstream segment supporting and delivering software products. Most recently David was leading the development team for the TIES product for Openlink Financial, Inc. David partnered and helped form Trinity Apex, Inc. before selling the TIES product to SolArc, Inc. David was partner/owner and manager of development for DC Systems and helped migrate Gas*Master from UNIX/Ingres to Windows before selling the company to Camunis, SunGard Energy, and became the Director of Development for their natural gas solutions. David worked with INNS and continued on building the DCS AXIS system and soon thereafter started with DC Systems, Inc. and helped with re-architecting the Gas*Master Suite.
Vice President Customer Support & Special Products
Lisa from the start of her career has been focused on clients and software related to the oil and gas midstream segments. During her 20 year career Lisa worked for Openlink Financial, Inc. as Director of Client Support. Before that Lisa worked in several key management positions for Caminus, Inc. SunGard Energy, and DC Systems, Inc. Lisa’s focus has always been client support in various positions supporting a number of areas in the software development cycle, including development, quality assurance, and software client support. She received her B.S. Computer Science and has completed several hours towards her master’s degree in Computer Information Systems at the University of North Texas.