Mark Meyer has over 25 years of experience in the IT industry, working throughout Washington since 1987 and with the Olympia area IT community since 2002.
He brings organizational, marketing, operation and sales acumen to the CodeSmart team. He thoroughly understands how all the pieces “fit together” and ensures security for all of the tech components.
Mark has served with CIBER, Sprint E|Solutions, Logicalis and SolutionsIQ, where he was often the leader, ensuring their customers have appropriate IT solutions.
Focused on delivering quality solutions to the client, Mark is looked to as a leader in the industry. He understands customer needs, which leads to initiatives that build their business and helps assemble the team to deliver.
To date he has worked with businesses such as: Microsoft, Car Toys, Wireless Advocates, AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile, State of Washington (numerous agencies), Tableau Software, Bartell Drugs and many more.
He has a wide range of experience from custom application development to COTS applications to dotcom startups through fortune 500 companies, as well as infrastructure (servers, storage and networks).
Bob Duffy, a co-founder of Ramp, is primarily focused on developing the firm’s solution portfolio and managing its consulting services operations.
With over 25 years of experience growing and managing technology organizations, Bob excels at building, motivating, and inspiring teams to achieve business goals. He has helped both global enterprise and mid-market clients develop actionable, high-ROI technology strategies and high-impact enterprise solutions.
As the CIO of HomeGrocer.com, he built a technology team of over 200 people who designed, developed, and operated the award-winning B2C e-commerce site. At NewTec Consulting, Bob built a project consulting team of over 100 people who developed enterprise solutions for Microsoft, AT&T, Boeing and Weyerhaeuser.
At Accenture (formerly Andersen Consulting), he was a co-founder of the company’s Workstation Technology practice and led their technology strategy efforts at Sprint Corporation.
Bob holds bachelor’s degrees in applied mathematics and operations research from the University of Tulsa’s College of Engineering.