Brett McLean is a software developer on the Latitude Product Development Team. He thinks that the entire universe can be described by binary digits, and this sometimes scares his fellow Latitudians. (bmclean latitudegeo.com).
Steve Lipscomb is the manager of the Latitude Geographics sales team. If he’s not on the phone talking excitedly about the latest product to a client, he’s probably enjoying unsalted pine nuts at 30,000 feet on his way to a conference (slipscomb latitudegeo.com).
David Stevenson is CTO of Latitude Geographics, and oversees all Geocortex-related product development. Dave likes computers, but only since age six (daves latitudegeo.com).
Drew Millen is a Product Manager at Latitude Geographics, and manages the care and feeding of most of the Geocortex products. He’ll read a computer text book cover to cover before picking up a novel (dmillen latitudegeo.com).
John Fletcher is a senior developer at Latitude Geographics. He can, literally and figuratively, crack a baseball out of the park (jfletcher latitudegeo.com)
Kevin Rintoul is a senior software developer on the Latitude Products Team. He thrives in a fast paced environment and speaks so quickly at times, you’d think he lives on coffee (krintoul latitudegeo.com).
Robert Lenarcic is a senior account manager with the Latitude Geographics sales team, focusing on our petroleum and energy clients. Keenly perched on the leading edge of web-mapping technology, “5-Star” routinely subjects his colleagues to sleepless nights debating the best technology approach for his clients (rlenarcic latitudegeo.com).
Steven Myhill-Jones is a reallocated cartographer, and these days he primarily works on the strategic end of things in his role as CEO of Latitude Geographics (smj latitudegeo.com).