A little bit about who we are.
A Brief History
EvolveWare was founded in 2001 to automate processes and services related to the documentation, analysis, maintenance, rationalization, optimization and modernization of software applications.
The company’s vision was to provide its clients with a single platform that would automate the management of software applications as they moved through their life cycle of maintenance to modernization. To establish a knowledgebase for this platform, a unique technology called S2T™ Technology was developed by a dedicated team of professional engineers whose energy, vision and creativity led to the technology being awarded five U.S. patents and one Australian patent. Applications for other patents outside the U.S. are under review. The uniqueness of this technology was given recognition by IT Week when it awarded EvolveWare the “Top 50 Technology Innovators” for 2005 and 2006. That same year in 2006, Service Provider Weekly also selected EvolveWare’s CEO, Miten Marfatia as “Person of the Year”.
Using an ISO 9001:2008 certified methodology, EvolveWare launched two products between 2005 and 2008, the Legacy Modernizer and the Legacy Maintainer. The launch of each product and their subsequent updates and enhancements brought EvolveWare closer towards its vaunted goal – the development of a platform that would not only integrate the features of the two individual products but would take into account the technology advances and client demand for a work-flow based user interface and new and advanced features.
The launch of the Intellisys™ Platform is a major step towards realizing the company’s goal. However, this is just the beginning. EvolveWare recognizes that every client has multiple options and EvolveWare’s design and development team is firmly committed to keeping Intellisys ahead of the curve with on-going enhancements to its patented S2T Technology, additional features and new functionality.
Headquartered in the Silicon Valley, CA, U.S.A., EvolveWare has worked with its clients, partners and technology companies to create products that automate the adaption of systems to business models brought on by the internet, globalization and competition. To formulate its platform, business and marketing strategy, EvolveWare has drawn on the experience and knowledge of its advisors that include Bill Coleman, CEO of Veritas and co-founder of BEA Systems, and Retired Lt. General William Lord. At the time of retirement General Lord was serving the Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Air Force as Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer.
Chief Executive Officer at Veritas
Bill Coleman is the Chief Executive Officer at Veritas. Coleman is an industry veteran who has spent 25 years running prominent Silicon Valley companies including his years as the founder/CEO of BEA Systems.
Coleman founded BEA Systems in 1995 and was Chairman and CEO of the company from its founding through October 2001, during which time BEA became the fastest software company to reach a billion dollars in annual revenue. Following BEA, Coleman was Founder, Chairman and CEO of Cassatt, Inc. an enterprise cloud software company which was acquired by CA, Inc. in 2009. , In 2010 he became a partner with Alsop Louie Partners, an early stage Silicon Valley venture capital firm. Prior to BEA, Bill held various management positions at Sun Microsystems, Inc., where he co-founded Sun Federal, founded Sun Professional Services and was VP System Software. He began his career in the USAF as chief of satellite operations, Office of the Secretary.
Coleman holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the U. S. Air Force Academy and master’s degrees in computer science and computer engineering from Stanford University. He also holds a honorary doctorate from the University of Colorado, where he founded the Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities. He is a member of the board of directors of multiple companies including Seagate, is a Commissioner of the Trilateral Commission and a Trustee of Santa Clara University.
William T. Lord, Lt General (retired)
General Lord was the USAF Chief Information Officer and Chief of War Fighting Integration from 2009 until his retirement in 2012. He was responsible for 30,000 personnel providing information technology services for the entire USAF with a budget of $8B. Prior to that he was the Commander of the USAF Cyber Command (provisional). He has been a commander six times and at every organizational level in the USAF.
A graduate of the US Air Force Academy, Chapman University, and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, General Lord holds a Bachelor of Science degree, a Masters in Business Administration degree , and a Masters in National Resource Strategy (Telecommunications) degree. His assignments included tours of duty in Europe and the White House. He is currently a cyber and information technology system & services consultant.