Warren Juran is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of California having extensive experience with electronics, power, control, signal processing, telecommunications, instrumentation, computer systems, and modeling solutions to complex engineering and business problems. One of his key objectives is developing highly efficient and reliable enterprise systems. After being involved with NASA's manned space missions and designing components for the Apollo Command Module, Mr. Juran became Vice President of PCS, a timesharing company, where he helped developed the world's first commericial, network-based search engine and email system. He has consulted for a number of Fortune 500 firms including Lockheed Martin, Nestlé, Chevron, Bank of America and PricewaterhouseCoopers on the development of numerous hardware and software systems for a variety of different industries.
Mr. Spence has a broad background and experience in a range of software and hardware technologies, and has led teams in a variety of industries. He served most recently as CIO of EEDAR, a business research and analytics firm serving the top 20 firms in the videogame industry, where he was responsible for all software development and IT infrastructure, with a heavy focus on distributed service-oriented architecture and server virtualization. Mr. Spence joined EEDAR from Knowledge Adventure, where he built an IT and ERP infrastructure for the long-lived videogame developer and publisher after its separation from Vivendi Universal. With over two decades of experience managing high performance database software and enterprise integration, Mr. Spence has honed his technology management skills at a variety of companies including Vivendi Universal, Autobytel.com, eMemories.com, and AST Computer. Mr. Spence holds a Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, from California State University, Fullerton.
Mr. Harlow is an expert in enterprise systems, cyber security, data networks, real-time embedded systems. He has technical project and management experience in systems design, applications development and cross-platform deployments. He works with the Department of Homeland Security on network and cyber security issues and maintains a DoD clearance. His experience spans all phases of the project development lifecycle, including requirements, architecture, design, development, testing and customer support for a variety of companies. At Hewlett-Packard, he served as lead test developer for HP's Business Intelligence applications, as Architect, Technical Lead and Project Lead for the NonStop Kernel Platform, and as JDBC Technical Lead on the Hybrid Super Cluster Program. He was Compuware's UNIX Architect and Technical Lead who extended their fault diagnostic product line, and he developed a number of enterprise solutions for Ford Motor Company's Scientific Research Laboratories. Mr. Harlow received Locus Computing Corp.'s Award for Outstanding Achievement and the Cost Improvement Program Award from Hughes Aircraft. He is a graduate of UCLA.
Mr. David Remba has broad experience developing massively parallel/high performance software systems in both the commercial and military sectors, particularly involving groundbreaking image processing, high-speed data processing, augmented reality, and motion picture production. For six years, he innovated at Walt Disney Feature Animation, contributing to Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mulan and Dinosaurs motion pictures. As a Director of Cinesite Hollywood, he led a global team from Kodak Research Labs, Kodak Product Development Center/Shanghai China, and subcontractors to create an Integrated Digital Lab. Receiver of the "Timely Achievement Award," at Northrop Grumman he architected high-performance computing cluster and workstations in a Linux/MacOs/.NET hybrid environment and led projects involving DirectX, OpenGL, C++/CORBA, C#/.NET, Java J2EE, IGES, VRML, Catia and Houdini 3D CGI. Mr. Remba is a graduate of Pomona College.
Dr. Stuart Spence has extensive expertise in system analysis & methodologies, analog & digital processing techniques, and creating robust mechanical, electromechanical and optical designs. He has served as a C-level executive in the printer and scanner manufacturing industries. He was part of the DataPlex design team that invented "Desktop Telecine," a portable film to digital media transfer technology. He was Chief Scientist of 3D Systems, Inc. during its start-up phase, helping to design its initial set of rapid-prototyping equipment, secure its intellectual property rights, and establish 3D as a formidable company that now leads the 3D printing market. For many years, Dr. Spence was President of Axiom Corporation which developed a number of high-speed industrial printers as well as the original dot-matrix consumer printer. Dr. Spence's post-Doctoral research was in high temperature superconductors at Oxford and Stanford Universities, and he was a Fulbright Scholar.
Harry Tarnoff is a recognized leader in groundbreaking applied technology. As a technology strategist, Harry Tarnoff works with clients to streamline and maximize the potential of their internal systems, products and services. Over the past 25 years, he has developed over a hundred new products and services and is named as inventor on over 20 patents. Mr. Tarnoff has designed a variety of handheld devices, printers and scanners as well as a wide range of enterprise systems and mobile applications. As a multidisiplined expert in a number of hardware and software technologies, he is often asked to participate in start-up ventures, develop new business, perform feasibility analyses, lead engineering teams, develop intellectual property and provide overall strategic direction. Mr. Tarnoff has an Engineering Degree from UCLA's School of Engineering, the "Birthplace of the Internet."
Ms. Tarnoff combined expertise in accounting, computer science and project management allows her to efficiently coordinate the design and installation of large customized enterprise applications. Over the past decade, she has helped deploy over twenty international enterprise financial systems for Fortune 500 companies. As a systems architect, she has worked with systems based on Oracle, SAP, IBM WebSphere and complex analytical Business Intelligence (BI) tools such as Cognos and Hyperion. For Union Bank, she advised the Global Markets Group and managed the FDIC bank takeover initiative. For Paramount Pictures, a division of Viacom, she restructured the Corporate Chart of Accounts and managed changes to various interrelated but disparate systems. She was a Disney Project Management Officer overseeing the deployment of several global internal systems. For Smart & Final, she enhanced the tracking and SEC reporting of employee compensation and operations. At Office Depot, she orchestrated the financial consolidations for over 20 countries. Ms. Tarnoff is a graduate of the University of the Pacific.