Kevin Kern

Kevin Kern

President and CEO

Kevin Kern currently serves as Innotas' President and CEO, leveraging his 20 years of operational experience with high-growth software companies. Prior to being CEO, Kevin was Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing and was instrumental to the continued growth of Innotas by significantly expanding both the account base and company revenues during his tenure.

Prior to joining Innotas, Kevin was at TIBCO Corporation, an infrastructure software company, where he most recently served as vice president of sales for the Western U.S. and Mexico. Prior to TIBCO, he previously served 13 years at Oracle Corporation in several senior sales management roles. Kern was responsible for both application and database sales to the mid-market, as well as, to strategic enterprise accounts in his last position as an area vice president, Oracle Product Industries.

Kevin is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in Political Science.

Tim Madewell

Senior Vice President, Services

As Senior Vice President of Services, Tim Madewell is responsible for overall Customer Success at Innotas including Implementation Services, Adoption and Consulting Services, Support and Education. Prior to joining Innotas, Tim managed Professional Services for the Western Region and Latin America at Mercury (acquired by HP), the global leader in business technology optimization. At Mercury he was responsible for services sales, solution architecture, and delivery management. Prior to Mercury he spent eight years with the Management Consulting practice of Ernst & Young LLP (acquired by Cap Gemini). During his career, Tim has delivered technology and business solutions to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies. He has led enterprise system implementations, established and managed off-shore operations, and architected solutions for emerging markets in the energy and telecommunication industries.

Tim holds a B.S. in Finance from the University of Arizona. He holds certification with the Information Technology Information Library (ITIL) framework for managing Information Technology services.

Tim Madewell
Cliff McBride

Cliff McBride

Senior Vice President of Product Development

As Senior Vice President of Product Development for Innotas, Cliff McBride is responsible for product roadmap, development and delivery. Cliff brings more than 20 years of engineering experience with a track record of delivering robust, scalable enterprise software that is easy to use. Prior to Innotas, Cliff was most recently Senior Director of Engineering at Autonomy’s Interwoven business unit where he led development activities for TeamSite and the associated web content management products. Prior to Interwoven, Cliff spent 11 years with Boeing and IBM developing geospatial software and managing teams working on classified intelligence projects for the U.S. Air Force.

Cliff earned his M.S. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University, and holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Towson University.

Sarb Takhar

CTO

As CTO and Co-Founder at Innotas, Sarb Takhar has been involved in all aspects of managing and developing the Innotas product line. Sarb is currently in charge of the Operations group and oversees the global deployment of the Innotas solution. Sarb is also leading the charge to get Innotas fully SOC compliant and streamlining processes and procedures as the company grows at a rapid pace. Prior to working with Innotas, Sarb spent seven years operating his own consulting firm, managing numerous contracts with large institutions including Computer Sciences Corporation, Anteon Corporation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, where he was instrumental in the implementation of one of its first online database applications.

Sarb received his B.S. in Computer Science from California State University, Sacramento.

Sarb Takhar
John Tingleff

John Tingleff

CFO

As CFO for Innotas, John Tingleff is responsible for Finance, Accounting, and Human Resources. John has more than 20 years experience managing financial and administrative activities of technology companies. He has been the CFO of several software companies, including Ceon, Bitzer Mobile, and Sensor Platforms. Previously, he was a partner with a Silicon Valley venture capital firm responsible for investing in early stage technology companies.

John earned his BA and MA in Economics from San Francisco State University.

Innotas Board of Directors

Tom Bevilacqua

Managing Director, VantagePoint Capital Partner
Mr. Bevilacqua is a Managing Director with VantagePoint Capital Partners, where he serves as the co-leader of the firm’s IT/Internet Group. Prior to joining VantagePoint, Mr. Bevilacqua served as Executive Vice President of E*TRADE Financial where he took on a variety of operational roles during the company’s early, rapid growth phase and was in charge of Corporate Development and Strategy. While at E*TRADE, Mr. Bevilacqua founded ArrowPathVentures, an early stage venture capital fund that was later spun out to operate independently. Mr. Bevilacqua served as the Managing Partner of ArrowPath from 1999 through 2007. Mr. Bevilacqua currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of WageWorks, Inc.(WAGE), Edo Interactive Inc. Gain Capital (GCAP), Brightsource Energy, Livescribe, Inc., and Innotas, Inc. Mr Bevilacqua was previously a Partner at two of Silicon Valley’s leading law firms and has served as an advisor on more than 200 public or private financings.

Mr. Bevilacqua received a BS in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley and a JD from the University of California in San Francisco.

Charles Entrekin

Cedar Circle
President and CEO of investment companies Katy Creek, Inc. and Cedar Circle, LP; Founder and Director of The Entrekin Foundation; Founder and Managing Director of Hip Pocket Press, (www.hippocketpess.org) a not-for-profit publisher of emerging new voices in American Literature, of CANARY, a magazine devoted to new voices in environmental writing, and SISYPHUS, a magazine devoted to new ideas in American culture.

Charles was a founder and Chairman of the Board for Convoy Corporation, a computer software company, which was sold to New Era Of Networks (Nasdaq: NEON) in June 1999. He was one of the founders of Application Resources, Inc., a computer resources placement agency, which was sold to Worldwide Renaissance in October 1995. Charles was one of the founders of The Application Group, a computer consulting company specializing in PeopleSoft Human Resource implementations (Nasdaq: PFST), which was sold to Automatic Data Processing (NYSE: ADP) in October 1994. Charles received his MFA degree in Creative Writing from the University of Montana; he completed two years of graduate study in Philosophy at Vanderbilt University and the University of Alabama; and he received his BA in English from, Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama.

Kevin Kern

President and CEO
Kevin Kern currently serves as Innotas' President and CEO, leveraging his 20 years of operational experience with high-growth software companies. Prior to being CEO, Kevin was Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing and was instrumental to the continued growth of Innotas by significantly expanding both the account base and company revenues during his tenure.

Prior to joining Innotas, Kevin was at TIBCO Corporation, an infrastructure software company, where he most recently served as vice president of sales for the Western U.S. and Mexico. Prior to TIBCO, he previously served 13 years at Oracle Corporation in several senior sales management roles. Kern was responsible for both application and database sales to the mid-market, as well as, to strategic enterprise accounts in his last position as an area vice president, Oracle Product Industries.

Kevin is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in Political Science.

Steven R. King

Steve King is a former president and CEO of DocuSign. With more than 25 years of leadership experience in the information technology sector, he has demonstrated a wealth of experience and complementary strengths, notably his proven expertise in Sales, Marketing and Financial Leadership and ability to execute in highly competitive environments. Prior to joining DocuSign, King led venture-backed Virtela and ZANTAZ as president and CEO. Under his 7-year leadership, ZANTAZ grew to become the recognized market leader in SaaS content archiving and e-discovery solutions, attaining a 3,435% increase in revenues from 2001 to 2005 and a #6 ranking in the 2006 Software & Information Technology category of the Technology Fast 50 for Silicon Valley. ZANTAZ was later acquired in 2007 by The Autonomy Group.

King has also held a number of executive positions at E*TRADE Financial, Inc., where he played a key role in growing the company from under $100 million to more than $1.5 billion in revenues. He ultimately became CEO of E*OFFERING, the pioneering online investment bank of E*TRADE, acquired by Wit SoundView Group. King has also held senior management positions at Thompson Reuters Corporation and Ziff-Davis.

In 2006, King received the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, honoring entrepreneurs demonstrating excellence and extraordinary success in innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities.