We serve the Energy and Telecommunications sectors with one goal: to enable Engineering Intelligence for complex and/or dynamic infrastructure. We accomplish this through our Software and Services which multiply the effectiveness of engineering operations, and ensures the availability, currency and underlying security of our customer's data.
Trevor N. Hayward - Founder, Chief Technology Officer
Trevor Hayward was co-Founder of CaseIntel in 2003, and has held chief technology and architecture roles with some of the most successful technology companies in the world. He served more than 14 years with Oracle Corp as Managing Principal and Director of Technology, gaining a wealth of experience in the design and development of mission-critical high-availability enterprise-scale solutions.
Prior to CaseIntel, Trevor was the one of the founding members of Oracle's Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) practice and Principal Architect of the Oracle BPR methodology. He also served as architect for eCommerce sites at Egghead.com and Diamond Multimedia, as well as Oracle's own commercial on-line store, and designed freight management systems for Airborne Express and Emery Worldwide. Trevor was broadly recognized across Oracle as a leader, and was asked by CEO Larry Ellison to lead a global effort to create Oracle's on-demand document management and printing system, docs.oracle.com.
After Oracle and prior to Founding CaseIntel, Trevor served as Chief Technology Officer for Aegis Software Inc and CBeX.com, where he designed systems to support HIPAA compliance, Intelligence & law enforcement, and mergers & acquisition transactions.
Gary R. Beyer - Chief Executive Officer
Gary R. Beyer joined the CaseIntel team in 2015 as Chief Executive Officer to help grow the company and expand its breadth of operations.
Gary launched his career with a Bachelors of Science cum laude in Information Systems from Arizona State University's W.P. Carey School of Business, with an emphasis on the application of database theory and design for critical business systems. He personally wrote the reference database used by ASU students, and post graduation started life as a database architect and DBA working for Honeywell Corp. From Honeywell, Gary moved into public accounting where he worked several years with national CPA firm McGladrey on client technology projects of all kinds, and sat for the CPA exam.
In the 1980s, Gary was the original Founder of Micro-Frame Technologies, Inc., where he developed and sold earned value and performance measurement software on multi-billion dollar programs in the Aerospace-Defense sector. This innovative software swept the market upon launch and was used on nearly every major US defense program procurement, including Apache Helicopter, B2 Bomber, C-17, Titan Missile, and many others. The company grew to #50 on the Inc.500 list of fastest growing companies (1992) within 5 years of product launch, and as of 2015, many of the original customers including Boeing and Northrop-Grumman say they are still using the software today, more than 20 years later.
After Micro-Frame, Gary served in regional executive roles for Oracle, where he worked with CaseIntel Founders Trevor and Luke, and later, Compaq, Hewlett-Packard including nearly 8 years as VP Business Development for Boeing/CDG.