Jeff joined Epicor Software Corporation in 2014 when Epicor acquired QuantiSense. In 2001, at the height of the “internet bubble” technology recession, Jeff co-founded QuantiSense with a simple yet powerful vision—to provide retailers with business intelligence solutions in a rapid, cost effective manner. Under Jeff’s leadership, QuantiSense delivered outstanding results, driving rapid corporate growth and recognition by organizations such as Red Herring, RIS News and The Atlanta Business Chronicle. Today thousands of users across retailers of all sizes rely on QuantiSense Retail Analytics from Epicor.
As a pioneer of retail BI applications, Jeff has spoken at industry events such as National Retail Federation and been published in leading retail media outlets. Prior to Epicor and QuantiSense, Jeff founded dotVantage, a company focused on creating analytical applications that enabled e-Commerce companies and technology providers to understand customer behavior on the web. Jeff started his career at MicroStrategy as a consultant specializing in retail implementations.
Jeff earned his B.A. and B.E. in Mechanical Engineering at Dartmouth College. While attending Dartmouth, he founded Dartmouth Formula Racing, an organization that builds formula style racecars for competition. Dartmouth Formula Racing continues to compete today. When he’s away from the office, Jeff coaches sports teams for his children, Cooper and Della.
Juan joined Epicor in 2014 when Epicor acquired QuantiSense. The co-founder of QuantiSense, Juan is a veteran data warehousing expert. Juan has extensive experience in consulting, software development, technology management, and product marketing. In addition, Juan's operational expertise in data modeling and systems integration bring seasoned design experience to QuantiSense Retail Analytics from Epicor. Juan earned his Ph.D. at Cornell University in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering with focused research and study in the areas of Manufacturing Systems, Business Administration, and Mathematical Optimization. While at Cornell, Juan was awarded the university's McMullen fellowship.
Prior to joining Epicor and starting QuantiSense, Juan ran a development team for MicroStrategy, the leading Business Intelligence applications provider, focused on building Analytical CRM applications for various industry verticals. In addition, Juan ran several large implementation projects for retail companies such as Kohl's, Shopko, SC Johnson, and Woolworth's during his tenure at MicroStrategy.
Alan is responsible for professional services and software development activities for QuantiSense Retail Analytics from Epicor. Throughout his career, he has led various professional services and software development teams, delivering successful enterprise applications while emphasizing on-time, on-budget delivery. Alan was previously Vice President of Solutions Delivery at ChoicePoint, Inc., where he managed a professional services and software development team that implemented business critical applications and data warehouses. He has also held executive and leadership positions at EzGov, Turner Broadcasting System, and Andersen Consulting/Accenture. Alan holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Duke University.