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December 2016

Neosynapse begins to automate Total Cost of Ownership analysis for a publicly-traded software company whose products support more than 50,000 customers.

November 2016

Neosynapse completes development of a three-workshop Innovation training program for engineering and marketing teams inside a global leader in manufacturing major appliances.

June 2016

Neosynapse joins the Learning Management team within a Fortune 100 consulting company to provide technical and business guidance as they transformed their reporting and compliance capabilities.

October 2015

Neosynapse updates the data management plan of a multi-billion-dollar health system to reflect industry best-practices and reduce risk.

August 2015

Neosynapse begins year-long engagement to institutionalize leadership coaching inside a 300-person sales organization and capture the enterprise operations plan, including sections on mission & vision, organizational structure, business management, process, marketing, compliance, technology and metrics.

 July 2015

Neosynapse completes interview-based research to complement a survey-based study conducted by Montana State University CIO Office. This work also resulted in a publication (Data-Intensive Science and Campus IT) in EDUCAUSE, a leading journal for higher education administration.

May 2015

Neosynapse completes a three-month project to help a fast-growing software start-up improve engineering disciplines.

October 2014

Neosynapse begins nationwide research to assess a $12.5M social computing research  collaboration between Intel Research and Cornell University, Georgia Tech, Indiana University, New York University, and University of California-Irvine.

August 2014

David’s first online course on peak performance for the mass market is offered for sale by Hay House Publishing.

July 2013

Neosynapse completes assessment of patentability for intellectual property assets held by a nationwide ad agency.

August 2012

Neosynapse assumes “interim CTO” leadership role rebuilding all aspects of technology for one of the largest mortgage lenders in the southwestern United States.

June 2012

Neosynapse begins providing software engineering management services to one of the largest post-production video companies in the world.

March 2012

Neosynapse participates as data specialist in the first bank merger in the United States under the new Dodd-Frank regulatory regime.  Merger is successfully completed.

January 2012

US Patent 8,094,661 issued based in part on work done by Neosynapse at Comcast.

August 2011

Neosynapse begins data management strategy and planning engagement at one of the largest financial services companies in the United States.

April 2011

Neosynapse delivers enterprise data architecture satisfying both industry standards and business needs for a high-performance television ad insertion company.

February 2011

Neosynapse completes data security strategy and policy engagement for an advertising services business with high-complexity contract and regulatory compliance requirements.

What our clients are saying:

David has the uncanny gift of identifying business needs by asking on-the-mark questions at a macro level and translating them to applications in a most granular and accurate fashion.
Gerard Broussard,
VP Media Insights & Analytics
David is an extremely intelligent and thougtful executive with a keen sense for business opportunities.
Bill Boykin,
Network Access Solutions
David has a superior ability to quickly assess a situation and identify business needs then translate them into an action plan.
Kerry Little,
Santa Barbara Bank and Trust
David's ability to quickly identify and implement key project requirements in a timely and accurate manner was astonishing, and rarely seen.
Jason Goodman,
Cory’s interdisciplinary background gave him the ability to see patterns and solutions across different domains that were not apparent to others on the team. These valuable insights have led to opportunities for improvement in the way Intel manages its relationships with academic institutions. I am looking forward to my next occasion to work with Cory.
Ken Anderson, Intel Corporation