Dan started his career in 1986 at Advantel Networks as its first accountant after earning his Bachelor of Science in Commerce – Finance from Santa Clara University. Over the next 29 years, he held various positions within the company: Controller, Vice President/General Manager, CFO, VP of Sales and culminating as the President & CEO. Dan managed the strategic relationships with Avaya, Juniper Networks, Brocade, Aruba Networks and Palo Alto Networks. He landed major customers such as Google, VMware, City & County of San Francisco, Alameda Health System, County of Alameda, Oakland A’s, San Jose Earthquakes and Sacramento Kings. In fact, Dan introduced the San Jose Earthquakes to Avaya which led to the naming of Avaya Stadium.
Art founded Lanlogic in 1995 initially to provide network-based email to small businesses. He quickly determined that what customers needed were full network consulting and project management services. Art was co-founder of Perimeter Security and Sound based in San Jose providing electronic security systems to over 5000 clients for 13 years. Art also worked for Pacific Bell as a phone system installer while attending San Jose State and graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Art has been involved in hundreds of new office constructions and relocations including voice, data and security infrastructure installations. Projects have been located all over the US, Europe and in India.
Marcus joined the Lanlogic team after an extensive career in healthcare and running his own financial services consulting company for four years. He is passionate about supporting the entire Lanlogic team and its mission to provide the business community with the best IT services available. Marcus’ certifications in Microsoft (MCSE), Cisco (CCNA), Citrix (CCA), and Sonicwall (CSSA) technologies and others, underscore his comprehensive approach to technology and its applicability in today’s “connected office.” The combination of his experience in small business financial services and technical certifications gives Marcus a unique perspective on helping Lanlogic customers address their own technology requirements.
Wilma came to Lanlogic during the explosive development of the Internet in 2000, when we were a young startup. She set-up all our basic operational systems and processes we still use today: purchasing, accounting, HR and everything else that has facilitated our solid growth. As CFO, and serves a vital role in supporting our company’s continued financial stability and long-term growth. Her hobbies include movies, gardening, and reading. She enjoys using modern communication technology to stay in touch with her son, daughter-in-law and grandson who live in Sweden.
Working in web development since 1996, Gene joined Lanlogic in 1999 as our Web Services Director. He has been instrumental in the ongoing development of various projects, including Cloud Computing/SaaS and other hosted services offerings. Gene has extensive experience with a variety of technologies to support web development, database management, and audio/video streaming. He has consulted in public, private, educational, and governmental sectors totaling over 100 institutions. Gene has a Bachelor of Science in Statistics from CSU Hayward, lives in San Francisco, and plays saxophone in his spare time.