Thom Disch is a serial entrepreneur having started or worked with several successful new ventures over the past thirty years. Thom was on the faculty of DePaul University teaching Marketing Strategy courses for their Graduate School of Business.
An acknowledged speaker/lecturer on the topics of Internet marketing, marketing strategy, activity based management and strategic planning. Thom has been a guest lecturer or conducted seminars and educational programs for J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, University of Chicago, Northern Illinois University, AMA (American Marketing Association), AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals), CADM (Chicago Association of Direct Marketing), and AXSYS. A representative list of management teams and that Thom has spoken before includes: General Electric, Ford Motor Company, Chrysler Corporation, Delta Airlines, Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), Zeneca Resins, Household Utilities, Inc., Catalytica Pharmaceuticals. Additionally, Thom has refined his presentation skills by training with the Second City Stage Group of Chicago.
Paul is the Chief Technology Officer at Internet Engine, LLC. In this capacity he is responsible for shaping the strategic direction of the firm’s products and services, managing the firm’s technology assets, and directing the design and development staff. Paul also works closely with the Sales and SEO teams to implement custom solutions for Internet Engine’s clients. Currently he is focused on the continued development and improvement of the firm’s flagship product for Real Estate lead generation, Broker Dynamix.
Prior to joining Internet Engine, Paul was a Director of Information Technology at UBS Global Asset Management from 1995 through 2002. While there he was responsible for the development of the division’s Internet and Intranet sites as well as organizing and leading both global and cross-divisional teams on the adoption of web standards, search engine technology, and emerging content management & collaboration tools (SharePoint, eRooms & EMC Documentum).