Experienced in Document and Business Processes and the Know-how to Make Them Better.
• 15 year focus on commercial finance technology
• Founder of Netchemia
• 10+ years product management experience
• 20+ years growing software companies
• Financial Institution Process Improvement Expert
• Originator/Underwriter for $570 million in closed loans
• MAP Approved Underwriter
• Over $250M in Loan Volume
Keith has been an entrepreneur for more than 25 years. For the last nine years, Keith served as founder and CEO of Balance Innovations, the leading developer of cash office management software solutions for the retail industry. Keith founded the company in 2004 and led it through its growth from a staff of five and several hundred installations to a multi-product company with more than 75 team members and 8,500 contracted installations in North America.
Veterans United Home Loans
Gary is the CTO for Veterans United Home Loans and is a strong leader for Information Technology by setting the right organizational structure, recruitment processes, growth plans, and educational opportunities. Gary has a long history with growth oriented technology firms, has expertise in the real-estate lending market and was formerly the CTO of CARFAX.
Mark is passionate about innovative places, experiences and people. He provides real estate solutions for a client base ranging from the manufacturing industry to businesses focused on the creative maker movement and the experience economy.
Mark develops and manages real estate assets as a Principal of KD Equities, LLC and President of Dehco, Inc., a closely held real estate investment company. He is also Director of Real Estate for TechShop, Inc. headquartered in Menlo Park, CA.
Mr. Krantz is focused on commercial real estate investment in projects that bring transparency and value to his clients, while providing long-term investment value to his companies. He couples his capital with his extensive experience in finance and law to assure a high standard of excellence for projects in which he is involved.