Thomas Miller Advisory Board Member at Entigral Systems

Thomas O. Miller

Chairman

Partner, The Sage Group

Mr. Miller is currently a partner in The Sage Group of Bellevue, WA, a strategy development and implementation organization, where he leads the Auto ID practice. Mr. Miller has over 25 years of experience within the mobile computing and AIDC industry serving in various executive capacities at Norand Corporation, and Intermec Technologies (NYSE: IN), where he was President from 2004 to 2006. Mr. Miller served on the board of directors of Socket Mobile, Inc. from 2008 to July 2013. He is a past Chairman of A.I.M. Global and a member of the AIDC100 organization. He received his B.A. in Business and M.B.A. degrees from Western Illinois University.

 

Mark Self, Board Member Entigral Systems

Mark Self

President & Chief Executive Officer

Prior to Entigral, Mr. Self was the Vice President of Marketing for the retail division of NCR. Previously, he drove vertical industry strategy and execution at Motorola Solutions where he served as Vice President, Industry Solutions Group.  Prior to that, he held various sales and marketing positions at IBM. Mr. Self has devoted the majority of his career solving problems in the retail, manufacturing, and supply chain industries. He specializes in: go-to-market strategies, channel strategies, market positioning, market segmentation, sales strategy and execution. He holds a BS from the University of California, Davis and a Masters of Management from Northwestern University.

 

Allen Bennett, Chairman and Founder, Executive Vice President

L. Allen Bennett

Executive Vice President, Professional Services

Mr. Bennett founded Entigral’s predecessor, System Concepts Inc. in 1984, and led it profitably through an inflection in the growth of the Automated Data Collection industry. He then recognized the similarity in the sensor automation market adoption curve. Mr. Bennett is a sought-after RFID industry expert and speaker. Under Mr. Bennett’s leadership Entigral has developed a large corporate customer portfolio. Prior to Entigral Systems, Mr. Bennett spent time in software development and support, product management, and national sales initiatives at Northrop, CADO and MRP Systems. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from N.C. State University.

 

Scott Albert Advisory Chief Financial Officer and Board Member at Entigral Systems

M. Scott Albert

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Albert is a Venture Partner with The Aurora Funds, Inc., an early stage venture capital firm in the Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. He is a founding General Partner of Aurora which was formed in 1994, and manages nearly $250 million across five venture funds and has invested in over 75 companies throughout the United States. Mr. Albert has nearly 30 years of venture capital and operating experience, having been in the venture industry since 1983 and having spent time as the CEO of one of Aurora’s portfolio companies, Centice Corporation, for almost 2 ½ years. Mr. Albert currently sits on the boards of several Aurora portfolio companies, including, StrikeIron, Inc. and Unitrends Corporation. Prior to founding Aurora, he was a General Partner at Criterion Venture Partners in Houston Texas; and an Associate at Golder, Thoma Cressey in Chicago; and an Associate at Booz, Allen and Hamilton in Chicago and New York. He has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Duke University and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

Tom Storrs Board Member for Entigral Systems

Tom Storrs

Advisor, Takata Corporation

Mr. Storrs is currently an advisor to Takata Corporation (Tokyo, Japan), a global leader in automotive safety products. He retired from Takata as an Executive officer in March of 2012. Mr. Storrs has held numerous senior management positions with Takata and affiliated companies since Takata acquired Burlington Industrial Fabrics in 1988. These roles included global responsibility for safety electronics; corporate strategic planning responsibility including mergers and acquisitions; and President and Chief Operating Officer, TK Holdings Inc. (Americas operations of Takata). Prior to the acquisition, he was Vice President of Operations and Controller for Burlington Industrial Fabrics. Mr. Storrs holds an undergraduate degree in economics and mathematics from Yale College and an MBA from the Darden School of the University of Virginia.