Our mission is to connect people with technology. We must embrace the constant evolution in technology to make the lives of our employees, our partners, and our customers simpler, more productive, and more fulfilling.
We aim to make life simpler. In everything we do, we believe that the digital world can improve the way businesses and customers connect. We do that by focusing on helping people work together and incorporate the latest technology to make that possible. We’re inventing the future of collaboration software. Welcome to Identifi.
Identifi has been driving the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) business since 1988. In 1998, we were one of the first companies to launch a web-based ECM product. Today we are leading the way with products that incorporate the best of ECM, business process management (BPM), and electronic signatures to build a new breed of collaboration software.
Over the past twenty-six years, we have seen many competitors lose their identity, turn their back on their partners and customers, fail, or leave the business. In that time we’ve grown wiser, stronger, and better than last week, last month or last year.
We know the only sure thing in the technology business is change. We have stewarded our customers through many changes; through many data conversions. Today we are replacing many of our competitor’s legacy systems with the latest Identifi products.
We are always moving forward with new products and innovations; addressing the growing demands on our customers with regard to business processes, regulatory pressures, compliance and security. We are constantly watchful for changes that affect our business, as well as our customers’ and partners’ businesses.
One of our favorite expressions is, “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent; it is the one that is most adaptable to change,” Charles Darwin. It is our goal to constantly reinvent ourselves.
Our greatest achievement is the relationships we have developed over the years with our customers, partners and friends, of which many are synonymous.
Alan J. Wiessner, President, CEO and founder of Integra Business Systems, Inc. (IBS). After attending the University of Wisconsin, Mr. Wiessner embarked on a sales career with NCR Corp. in Milwaukee, WI. As Regional Director, based in Minneapolis, MN., he was responsible for a sales force of over 70 salespeople in the Midwest. Later as President and CEO for North American Business Systems, Ltd. (NABS), a subsidiary of North American Financial Services, Ltd. (NAFS) Mr. Wiessner built a successful PC and computer services enterprise. He left to found IBS in March, 1988.
Abby K. Ross, Senior Vice President of Sales, has a BS in Business at University of South Florida. Ms Ross joined IBM in Administration, left to join North American Financial Services in bank automation software sales and later was a Product Manager for Tax Director accounting software at Arthur Anderson, before joining IBS in September 1990.
Adam Yahre, Senior Vice President of Implementation and Support. Mr. Yahre founded ANT Internet in 1994 and went on to pioneer some of the world’s first Internet ecommerce sites including Publishers Clearing House and Macy’s Bridal Registry. ANT Internet was acquired by Computer Associates in 1996, and as General Manager he ran CA’s Internet services division until 1998. Most recently, Mr. Yahre was Co-Founder and CEO of Tampa Bay Systems, a web-based document management vendor acquired by Integra in 2004. He has a BBA in Business Computer Information Systems from Hofstra University.
Aaron Stine, Senior Vice president of Software Development. Mr. Stine manages Integra’s development and professional service groups. Mr. Stine has a wide range of technical and development expertise including Unix, Windows and Internet networking. From 1997 to 1999 Mr. Stine was the main US technical resource for docubase Systems, a leading European document management company where he focused on expanding docubase’s product line and preparing it for the US market. Most recently Aaron was co-founder and CTO of Tampa Bay Systems, LLC, a successful web-based document management vendor recently acquired by Integra.
Tim Jagodzinski, Vice President, Business Development. Mr. Jagodzinski spent eight years with an IBM Business Partner, starting as a developer and leaving as an operations manager to co-found Pegasus TransTech. Tim spent 13 years developing Pegasus into a leader in the transportation industry for document imaging and workflow solutions. He has attended the University of Toledo.