Michael Horn (Board Director) is President of Brothers Body and Equipment. The Company manufactures custom specialty vehicles and equipment for federal, state, and local government agencies as well as worldwide commercial firms. Prior to buying Brothers Body and Equipment he served as the Senior Project Director at LogicBay. Michael was responsible for overseeing all project management activities. Michael’s experience in managing large, complex projects is vast and diverse. Previously, Michael managed Gov’t Sales and Alliances at KLi. As the Alliance VP, he managed the Washington National Guard relationship. In addition, he developed and maintained relationships with other alliance partners. Michael served 21 years in uniform. In the U.S. Army he was an Airborne-Ranger specializing in project management for the development of infantry missile, mortar, and flame weapon systems. Michael received his MS degree from Troy University. He completed the US Army Command and General Staff College. Michael received his BA at the Virginia Military Institute.
John Panaccione (Board Director) has over 18 years of experience leading teams that focus on using technology to improve corporate performance. As CEO of LogicBay, he has led the company from startup in early 2003 through its capital raising efforts through the transition of the company's business model to a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model in 2006. Prior to founding LogicBay, he led sales and marketing for Cognitive Arts, an innovative leader in high end simulation-based e-learning, until helping to sell the company to a strategic acquirer in 2002. Prior to his tenure at Cognitive Arts, John led SumTotal Systems' professional services and technology integration organization, overseeing the operations of over 200 staff in 10 offices located in three countries. He has led the integration of six successful acquisitions during his career. John also served for six years on active duty as a U.S. Army officer, mostly as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division prior to launching his business career.
Dave Veghte (Chief Operations Officer) has over 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur, small business owner and direct sales management professional building profitability and increasing market share for major corporations and small businesses. As a co-owner and managing partner of Ink, Inc., Dave grew the printing business to 15 full-time employees and annual sales of $1.3 million while leading the acquisition and transition of the business to an industry leader, Uhlig, LLC. Prior to selling Ink, Inc. Dave spent three years with Axolotl Corporation, a leading healthcare technology and services company where he served as a Regional Sales Director responsible for all sales and marketing-related functions. Prior to Axolotl Corporation, Dave spent three years as an EDI sales consultant with Envoy Corporation, a division of WebMD. While with Envoy, Dave sold a full suite of EDI products to large physician groups and multi-specialty clinics. Before Dave’s six years in the healthcare technology industry, he spent four years with Golf Car Systems, the most experienced service company in the golf industry, selling into regional clients and managing 20 service representatives throughout five southeastern states. Dave started his career selling life insurance, annuities and pension rollovers for Metropolitan Life. Dave holds a BS in Management from Clemson University where he won a National Championship in Soccer.