Management

Nicholas Steele - Chairman and Founder
Nicholas Steele is a creative entrepreneur with a proven track record of leading cross-cultural organizations, with extensive experience in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Latin America and North America. He was the Senior Vice President of Operations for Reflexis Systems, a software company focused on retail execution and field force automation. Nicholas joined Reflexis via the acquisition of EnfoTrust Networks, a company he founded and led as Chief Executive Officer. At EnfoTrust, Nicholas founded the remote asset management company, Guardian Networks, and oversaw its subsequent sale to Acuity Lighting. Nicholas was able to retain the rights to pursue the M2M market, and formed Telemetry Labs in 2008.

Steele also founded and operated multiple offshore development operations in both Beirut Lebanon and the Ukraine. Nicholas currently serves as an investor and Board Member of three Atlanta startups; Surgical Biologics, 1 Force and Kabbage, Inc. Prior to EnfoTrust, Nicholas was a founder and principal of The Fidelity Group, a mortgage and financial services company in Atlanta. His Responsibilities included sales and web based loan initiatives. Steele served as an officer and pilot in the US Army. He holds a BA in Civil Engineering and Economics from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Tim Huth - VP of Product Development and Operations
Tim Huth is an extremely talented IT leader, with over fifteen years of experience in application development specializing in the areas of mobility, hosted applications and Software as a Service (SaaS). Tim's experience and drive positions Telemetry Labs to support new customers in the areas of project management, technology development and implementation. Prior to joining Telemetry Labs, he was the Director of Product Development at Reflexis Systems. Tim holds a B.B.A. in Computer Information Systems from Georgia State University.

Roy Chastain - Chief Architect
Roy has over 36 years of experience in the software industry.  From a background of operating system development and maintenance of mainaframe systems with Sperry and Unisys, he moved to PC development in the early 90s at KMSystems, Inc. and then to Windows development shortly afterwards acting as a liaison to Microsoft's ISV program.  Roy has served as systems architect for multi-teir applications and high transactional through systems providing full life cycle support for all products under his purview.  He holds a B S in Information and Computer Science for Georgia Institute of Technology.