Todd Oseth, President and Chief Executive Officer
As president and CEO of Intermap Technologies, Todd Oseth is responsible for driving the monetization of Intermap’s products and services, including NEXTMap and custom mapping services. From Fortune 500 companies to start-ups, Mr. Oseth’s 30 years of leadership at technology companies has encompassed product management, sales, marketing, engineering, and operations. In past companies, Mr. Oseth implemented new product strategies to expand addressable markets, increased channel revenues, and increased revenue through acquisition and integration. Prior to Intermap, Mr. Oseth held executive leadership positions with Neterion, Coldstor Data, McData Corporation, EMC Corporation, DataPlay, Inc., Accent Software, Sony, and Ramtron International Corporation.
Richard Mohr, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Richard Mohr has more than 25 years of financial management experience, focusing primarily on the technology industry in both public and private companies. He is responsible for the management of Intermap's finance, accounting, investor relations, human resources, and administrative functions. Prior to Intermap, Mr. Mohr spent 13 years in the semiconductor and digital media storage industries holding positions of chief financial officer, executive vice president, and vice president of finance. Additionally, he held executive leadership positions with DataPlay, Inc., Ramtron International Corporation, and Concord Services Inc.
Kevin Burns, Vice President, Worldwide Marketing
Kevin Burns has more than 20 years of successful start-up, mid-market, and global business building experience in the software development, computer networking, storage management, and telecommunications industries. As vice president of worldwide marketing, Mr. Burns is responsible for planning, developing, and communicating Intermap's vision, strategy, and product offerings to the company's customers and partners. In this role, he is responsible for product marketing, product management, channel marketing, and corporate marketing. Previously, Mr. Burns served in executive-level positions at several industry leading companies, including Hitachi, MCI, McDATA, and STORServer. He was also co-founder of Intelliden, which was acquired by IBM in 2010.
J. Keith Tennant, Vice President, Engineering
Keith Tennant is responsible for the development and implementation of Intermap’s product and service offerings, including the NEXTMap geospatial data infrastructure, geospatial data acquisition capabilities, data aggregation services, and integrated products and data distribution. In his role, Mr. Tennant has most recently developed products for insurance risk management, automotive, and government customers. Mr. Tennant is a professional engineer with 24 years experience in the geospatial industry, managing technology, operations, and business development.
Harry W. Utter, Vice President, Global Solutions
With over 30 years of advanced program development experience with the U.S. Federal Government, Remote Sensing and Aerospace Industries, and the Insurance Industry, Mr. Harry Utter currently oversees the success of Intermap’s Global Solutions group. Having joined Intermap in 2001, Mr. Utter is responsible for all federal, state, local, and commercial services and solutions worldwide. His experience includes providing custom data acquisitions, geospatial products, and value-added mapping solutions for government and commercial clients across the globe. He previously served as Director, Custom and International Sales, and Director, Risk Management, at Intermap. Prior to joining Intermap, Mr. Utter held senior management positions at Geodynamics, Logicon, Northrop Grumman, and as a career U.S. Air Force Officer.
Nigel D. Jackson, President Director, PT ExsaMap Asia
Nigel Jackson has held senior management positions at Intermap since its inception in 1996 and possesses more than 30 years of management experience, primarily in the field of finance. Mr. Jackson is also experienced in taxation, legal, business acquisition, and divestitures. Since March of 2007, Mr. Jackson has served as, and remains, the president director of PT Exsamap Asia, Intermap's essential data editing Indonesian subsidiary.