Just trying to not mess up a good thing
Chris MoustakasPresident, Chief Executive Officer
President, Chief Executive Officer
Chris is responsible for the health and long-term growth of a company with fantastic technology and incredible team members.
A graduate of Caltech in Astronomy with Honors, Chris entered the enterprise software industry right after graduation. He helped design and build mission-critical applications in industries as varied as Insurance, Banking, Healthcare, and Utilities before realizing that what made many of those applications hard to build had nothing to do with the businesses they were supporting. The answer, which is to abstract underlying components into a collection of industry-agnostic engines, came to life in the DevonWay platform.
Today, Chris is passionate about helping organizations of any size become more agile and improve their operations by adopting this platform approach to their digital needs. When he’s not working, Chris enjoys exercising in Golden Gate Park, playing soccer, diving, visiting family in Greece, traveling, and spending time with his son, who’s growing up way too fast.
Steve JohnsonChief Technology Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Steve Johnson supplies DevonWay’s technological vision serving as the firms’ Chief Technology Officer. The office of CTO provides internal assistance to Product Development groups and external assistance to customers who seek business advantage through software.
Steve was on the founding DevonWay team that formed the YourWay platform around business needs for new awareness and action. He deeply understands the ever changing need for intelligent use of data and you see this reflected in DevonWay technology. Steve was also a driver behind DevonWay’s multitenant architecture, cloud computing environment, and unique application configuration model. Each serves an important role in DevonWay’s mission to put agile software in customer hands quickly.
As an application designer Steve helped define many products that are in production at nuclear power stations today. He was principle designer of ActionWay, the firm’s Corrective Action Program modules, and ExperienceWay, a means to learn from the experiences of others. Steve also invented DashWay, DevonWay’s solution for integrating metrics into everyday business life.
Before he joined DevonWay, Steve served as the Chief Operating Officer at PCX Systems, a medical software subsidiary of Cedars Sinai Hospital. He was in application software development at Oracle Corporation. Early on in his career, Steve was a hardware designer for air defense systems at Westinghouse. Steve has developed software while living in many places around the world including Jordan in the Middle East and Brazil.
Steve received his BS in Electrical Engineering at Michigan Technological University, and his MBA from University of Minnesota.
Matthew SacksVice President, Sales
Vice President, Sales
As the Vice President of Sales, Matt Sacks is responsible for the development and execution of DevonWay’s global sales strategy. Prior to this role, Matt was the Director of our Continuous Improvement Product Suite. He was responsible for growing the Continuous Improvement product line by listening to DevonWay’s customers and responding to reduce time to deployment and increase user experience.
Matt previously worked at MGIS, Implementation of Contract Management System, tracking and generating short-term and long-term disability contracts. He has also worked at Boston Scientific, as an Account Manager for Implementation and at Cedars Sinai Health Systems, as a Patient Care Expert (PCX) where he managed patient admissions, transfers, and discharges along with patient accounting and general ledger functions. At AllState Corporation, Matt was a valuable asset with the Interlink implementation (a policy management system and rating engine for Encompass and Deerbrook home and auto insurance lines).
Matt received a BSBA with a specialization in Finance at the Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Matt currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife, three boys and their dog. He enjoys volunteering with the local amateur astronomy club and training/running half marathons.
Scott BrennerVice President, DevonWay EMEA
Vice President, DevonWay EMEA
As Vice President, EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), Scott is responsible for managing the operations of DevonWay’s software throughout the region. He is a graduate of the Thunderbird School of Global Management and is fluent in German.
Scott has a track record of over 20+ years working with large enterprises identifying operational opportunities and successfully implementing innovative solutions. He has extensive experience directing complex international projects using both traditional and agile methodologies. Scott’s previous role at DevonWay was as Director of Implementation Services, where he was responsible for overseeing the delivery organization and managing implementations in North America, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East.
Robert LentzVice President, Technical Operations
Vice President, Technical Operations
Robert Lentz runs DevonWay’s Technical Operations. Robert is responsible for ensuring the availability, stability, and security of the DevonWay production technology stack, managing the software release process, and overseeing DevonWay’s IT. He is the architect of the hosted datacenter environment for DevonWay.
He has eighteen years of experience designing, building, and supporting large-scale enterprise applications and their underlying infrastructure in the Healthcare and Utilities industries.Robert holds both a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. Robert’s interests include backpacking, mountain climbing, rowing, and offshore sport fishing.
Wade WattsVice President, Account Services
Vice President, Account Services
As Vice President of Account Services at DevonWay, Wade Watts is responsible for ensuring customers are receiving the value they expect from DevonWay. Wade also oversees the Tech Support Team, responsible for all incidents, requests, and enhancements.
Wade has more than 25 years of experience in IT and IT management, covering infrastructure, security, and applications. Prior to DevonWay Wade worked at Rio Tinto, holding many IT management positions. Wade also represented IT on various Rio Tinto safety committees.
Wade received his BS from the University of Phoenix and his MBA from the University of Utah. Wade lives in West Jordan, Utah, with his wife and three children. Wade enjoys the outdoors, golf, photography, and spending time with family.
Michael LentzDirector, Product Management
Director, Product Management
Michael heads up DevonWay’s Product Management team where he ensures DevonWay’s products are the very best. He has been with DevonWay for over four years holding positions within both Delivery and Product teams. During his time at DevonWay, he has led many application delivery projects across a large portion of DevonWay’s customer base. Most recently, he led a focused effort to improve DevonWay’s Corrective Action software’s user experience.
Prior to DevonWay, Michael was a Quality Engineer for Honda and a Manufacturing Automation Engineer for a large consumer goods manufacturer. Michael earned an Industrial Engineering degree from Georgia Tech.
Lee RogersDirector, Enterprise Asset Management
Director, Enterprise Asset Management
Lee has worked in the nuclear utility and research sectors for over 39 years (2 years at Duke Energy’s Brunswick nuclear plant, 26 years at Florida Power and Light’s St. Lucie nuclear plant, and 8 years in EPRI’s Nuclear Maintenance Application Center, functioning as an engineer, supervisor, manager and director supporting construction, engineering, operations and maintenance.
While working for EPRI in 2012, Lee initiated and performed research for the electronic Work Package (eWP) project and published the first EPRI technical report on this subject. Lee joined DataGlance in September of 2013 as Vice President of Strategy and Solutions to bring work package mobile technology to market from an end users perspective.
In August of 2015, the American Nuclear Society (ANS) presented Lee with the “2015 Utility Leadership Award” in recognition of his leading role in the development, promotion, design and implementation of electronic work packages. Lee joined Devonway in December of 2018 to continue his role with eWP for Devonway and expand his responsibilities to include smart documents and EAM system development.
Lee has an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology, a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Florida and is a certified Shift Technical Advisor and Senior Reactor Operator.
Carl GardinerDirector, Platform Development
Director, Platform Development
As Director of Platform Development at DevonWay, Carl is responsible for building, maintaining, and continually improving DevonWay’s technology platform – YourWay.
Carl has more than 20 years of experience in software development, in many phases of the software-development life cycle and across a variety of industries – including energy, insurance, transportation, and healthcare. Carl has spent most of his career building technology (platforms) that others use to build (or configure) custom applications.
Carl received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brigham Young University. Carl lives in Draper, Utah, with his wife and three children. Carl enjoys laughing, being outdoors, playing tennis, traveling, and spending time with family.
Laurel TimothyDirector, Finance & HR
Director, Finance & HR
Laurel is responsible for the HR processes and finances of DevonWay, including accounts payable and receivable, financial reporting, tax filing, compensation and benefits administration, and everything in between. She currently volunteers on the operations team for Women’s Global Leadership Initiative. Laurel received her BA in International Cultural Studies from Brigham Young University Hawai’i, and her MBA from American Public University. A native of Santa Rosa California, she currently resides in Portland Maine with her husband and dog where they enjoy exploring new places and new foods.
Tim SherburneDirector, Mobile Engineering
Director, Mobile Engineering
Tim leads system development at DevonWay, aimed at closing the gap between DevonWay applications and customers’ external data silos. Tim has a unique position to observe and participate in nearly all aspects of DevonWay’s product development, from YourWay development and customer site implementations to contributing core application code and lending a hand in operational planning. Prior to joining DevonWay, Tim was the Java Development Lead for a leading enterprise HCM solutions provider. He has an extensive work history ranging from writing device drivers to building enterprise web applications for a variety of technology platforms.
Tim holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from the University of Portland. He resides in Vancouver, Washington with his wife and two daughters, and gets outdoors for camping, hiking, and motorcycling as often as the local weather patterns permit.
Millie RuchtiDirector, Customer Success
Director, Customer Success
Millie Ruchti is DevonWay’s Director of Enterprise Accounts. She manages DevonWay’s relationships with some of our largest customers, advocating for their success through the use of DevonWay’s products and services. With responsibility for the overall health and delight of DevonWay’s accounts, she acts as a trusted adviser to key customer stakeholders and executive sponsors ensuring the timely and successful delivery of solutions based on customer needs and objectives. She brings broad experience with configuration and testing of DevonWay applications, project management, and product management. Prior to DevonWay, her experience has been in similar roles within insurance, investment, and technology industries.
Millie holds a BS in Information Systems and MBA from Brigham Young University. Outside of work she runs her own shuttle service for her four children and is an avid CrossFitter.
Bill EwerDirector, Product Solutions
Director, Product Solutions
As the Director of Product Solutions at DevonWay, Bill works closely with Delivery, Account Services, Engineering, and Sales to ensure we consistently deliver fully integrated, easy to use, innovative, and high quality solution suites. He has lead implementation projects for many DevonWay customers and has over sixteen years of experience designing, building, implementing, and supporting large-scale enterprise applications in a variety of industries. He holds a BS in Accounting and an MBA with an Information Systems emphasis from the University of Utah. Bill lives in Salt Lake City with his wife, two daughters, and their dogs. He enjoys exploring the outdoors, whether it is cycling, running, riding motorcycles, or camping with his family.
Rex KattenbergDirector, Customer Support
Director, Customer Support
As the Director of Customer Support at DevonWay, Rex works closely with customers to ensure that any issues, questions or concerns are handled in a timely and courteous manor. He has been with DevonWay from day one and has been involved with almost every project in one fashion or another. He has over 30 years of experience designing, building, implementing, and supporting large-scale enterprise applications in a variety of industries. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Chapman College. Rex lives in Portland Oregon with his wife and has one grown son.
Justin LangnessDirector, Implementation Services
Director, Implementation Services
As the Director of Implementation Services, Justin is responsible for the planning and execution of all DevonWay implementation projects, which includes coordinating resources, defining project objectives, and building relationships with stakeholders. He has held positions within DevonWay’s Delivery, Development, and Product teams, all of which contributed the valuable experience necessary to ensure projects are delivered on-time, within scope, and within budget. Prior to DevonWay, Justin developed applications for an engineering and manufacturing firm. He earned a Business Administration degree from the University of Arizona and now lives in Colorado with his wife, two boys and their dog. He enjoys the adventure of the outdoors and spending time with his family.