Who says kids playing computer games are wasting their time? For Darren, it was what inspired his interest in programming. Most kids simply played the games; Darren figured out how they were created.
In 2000, he teamed up with Robert Yerkes to start a company where he designed, programmed and led his team to streamline and improve workflow productivity of thousands of organizations throughout the U.S. and abroad with robust software solutions.
Now, as the CEO of Intulse, Darren uses that same spirit to oversee and direct his team to offer businesses innovative, cloud-based phone systems with personal, local service.
A Lancaster County native, Keith spent his younger years playing college football, studying to become a chiropractor, and rolling strikes on the professional bowling circuit. Keith then left the lanes to become a Microsoft-certified expert versed in education, network security and software as a service (SaaS) solutions.
Keith's long career in technology sales is powering Intulse's push to offer more affordable and reliable phone solutions to forward-thinking businesses, non-profits, and faith based organizations.
Keith has also served as a cross cultural missionary, small group coach, and board member. He loves to serve the local church and his community.
Adam once dreamed of becoming a fighter pilot. Then he considered becoming a commercial pilot. He skydives for fun and as Intulse's chief technology officer, it is safe to say he has always had a thing for clouds.
With his feet on the ground, Adam earned a degree in IT management and brings Intulse customers over 13 years of training and experience. He has traveled the world working on SaaS infrastructure, improving workflow automation, and providing solutions in software management. Working in the "trenches" of network/system administration as well as IT management for most of his career, he has a good overview of real world IT needs and knows what technology solutions businesses need to run as efficiently as possible.
Adam uses his global experience to ensure Intulse seamlessly connects clients to the world.
A lifetime spent under the hood of computers has given Robert unparalleled experience to pilot Intulse's programming.
Before he even graduated from college, a professor offered Robert a job at his accounting software company. He eventually became co-owner of that company and, over the next 15 years, helped to build it into a multimillion-dollar business with clients in all 50 states and in 33 countries. Now, at the helm of Intulse's programming team, Robert uses his substantial knowledge to provide clients with reliable, cutting-edge technology.