BMMSoft UDAS: The World's First Unified Big Data Solution

Management Team

Perry Narancic – CEO

Perry J. Narancic is a technology lawyer with a broad background in intellectual property counseling, licensing and litigation. He has headed the legal departments at iManage (NASDAQ: IMAN) and Verity, Inc. (NASDAQ: VRTY), and currently serves as outside general counsel to a number of privately-held companies. He has negotiated multi-million dollar licensing transactions with the likes of Oracle, Motorola and other large enterprises.

Prior to his company counsel career, Perry worked at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati in Palo Alto, CA. Perry is listed as an inventor on a number of pending US patent applications, and is a founder of LexFusion Sofware, Inc. and a co-founder of AgroThrive, Inc. He applies his own start-up experiences to assist his early stage clients, particularly in licensing and intellectual property matters.

As a litigator, he brings to bear a strong background in intellectual property, and industry experience in software, especially content management, archiving an electronic discovery.  He has has litigated all types of cases, including securities cases, whistleblowing cases and high stakes IP claims - both on behalf of, and against, well-established public companies.

Jim Light – VP Sales and Business Development

VP Strategic Alliances and Business Development Jim brings industry leadership to Corterix sales with over 30 years of experience in strategic business development and consulting, including sales leadership, software development, channel creation and development for global system integrators, and successful startups.

He has been a key executive stakeholder charged with sales and delivery management of revenue acceleration services and relationship development of global systems integrators and outsourcers. Jim leverages his long-established network to provide strategic growth consulting engagements to storage, software, and services companies.

Paul Krneta - CTO

Paul Krneta has 20 years of experience in Computer and Database Technology, System design, applications and data management. Lead the design and implementation of first data warehouse for structured and unstructured data at BMMsoft - which ultimately resulted in first certified PetaByte-size DataWarehouse , the largest Data Warehouse ever designed and, as a bonus, reduces storage usage by 90% - thus qualifying for the title "green data warehouse".

He served as CTO for Sybase IQ where he architected the Multiplex option for IQ, optimized IQ for VLDB and successfully certified the "World's Largest Data Warehouse" in 2002 and 2005 in partnership with Sun Microsystems. He designed and certified NonStopIQ option for Sybase IQ - in partnership with EMC, Hitachi and Sun - that enables large DW installation near-instant recovery and DR site. During his tenure at Digital Equipment Corp ('DEC") he served as the Technical Director for Database technology and optimized Oracle to become the first 64-bit database capable of VLM ("Very Large Memory"). Managed first 1 TB/hour On-Line Backup in 1996.

Ivan Zivanovic - CTO

Ivan Zivanovic has extensive experience in developing advanced, complex mission-critical applications on Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Sybase IQ, Netezza, SAP HANA and other databases. His roles at BMMsoft included CTO and Lead Architect where he developed EDMT solution at BMMsoft for the past 4 years. He is creator of EDMT GUI application and other web based BMMsoft services.

Ivan has been developing user applications based on web technologies for the passed 10 years. Beside web based software he has worked on Android, Microsoft Outlook development and Linux script programming that is mainly being used at BMMsoft for database load and speed tests and EDMT system monitoring. Worked as system administrator on Windows and Linux platforms.

He was the Team Leader during and Lead Architect for Federated EDMT, port to HANA, SAP Sybase IQ 16, HP-UX and was instrumental in setting two world records using BMMsoft in 2011 (14 TB/hour) and most recent record of 34 TB/hour.