Our Team

Moogsoft is quite simply the most exciting place to work if your passion is service assurance. Phil Tee and Mike Silvey co-founded the company in 2011 in response to the lack of innovation in systems management and service assurance over the past 10 years- a market that Phil and Mike were instrumental in shaping when they brought Netcool to market in 1993.

Today, Phil leads a growing herd at Moogsoft – a brilliant, hard-working team who are changing the world by making sure your network, systems and applications are there when you need them most.

Executive Team

Phil Tee

Phil Tee

Phil Tee is Chairman and CEO of Moogsoft. He made an indelible mark in information technology by co-founding Omnibus Transport Technologies Limited (OTT) in 1993 to build and market Netcool/Omnibus. OTT was folded into Micromuse (Nasdaq: MUSE) in 1994 and Netcool/Omnibus became the company’s flagship product. Read More >Read Less >

This technology continues to be the in the core of the management support systems in the world’s largest networks in the form of IBM Tivoli Netcool. In 1997, Phil founded Riversoft (LSE: RSFT) to solve the problem of root cause analysis; the technology acquired by Micromuse and the software subsequently became part of the IBM Tivoli Netcool suite. Phil then went on to lead Njini, producing a revolutionary and early data and storage software layer with data de-duplication and information lifecycle management (ILM) capabilities. The company’s technology was acquired by Riverbed (Nasdaq:RVBD). In 2008, Phil founded Promethyan to gestate multiple startups concurrently. Two Promethyan children of note include Prelert and RiverMuse.

Mike Silvey

Mike Silvey

Mike Silvey is Executive Vice President, Business Development and Product Management for Moogsoft. After launching SunNet Manager in the UK for Sun Microsystems, Mike founded an open systems service management business at Micromuse, bringing Remedy (pre-BMC), NetMetrix (pre-HP/Agilent), Patrol (pre-BMC), Eco-Tools (pre-Compuware) and several other innovative service management tools into the European market. Read More >Read Less >

Mike partnered with Phil Tee to take both Netcool and RiverSoft to market, subsequently establishing the key OEM relationships with Cisco, HP and Intel that led directly to the Micromuse and RiverSoft IPOs. An idealistic service management enthusiast and technology commercialization expert, Mike has been instrumental in the success of numerous software companies. Prior to co-founding Moogsoft, Mike co-founded Promethyan Labs with Phil Tee to bring innovative, algorithm-heavy software technologies to market.

Greg LeNeveu

Greg LeNeveu

As Chief Revenue Officer, Greg is responsible for leading Moogsoft’s growth across the globe by revolutionizing IT and network operations. Read More >Read Less >

He is a proven executive and thriving sales and operations leader who is passionate about igniting business growth in various sectors such as startups and M&A based organizations. Greg has succeeded across a diverse set of solution and industry verticals including OSS/BSS, financial and customer analytics and other enterprise software/solutions consulting verticals. Previously, Greg served as TEOCO’s Head of Americas, doubling all 2013 new sales within the first 6 months of 2014. Greg holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder.



Jason Heine

Jason Heine

As Vice President of Finance, Jason brings to Moogsoft extensive financial management and leadership experience developed at leading technology companies. Read More >Read Less >

As Director of Finance for AppDynamics, Jason was instrumental in raising capital in excess of $150M while building and scaling finance and administration operations. Prior to that, Jason served as Director of Finance for Cloud.com and Zimbra where he played an integral role in their successful sales to Citrix Systems and Yahoo!, respectively. Jason has also held financial roles at GE Healthcare, VMware, Sound Physicians, Datasweep and Sybase. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from DePaul University and is a registered CPA in the State of Illinois.

Board of Directors

Phil Tee

Phil Tee is Chairman and CEO of Moogsoft. He made an indelible mark in information technology by co-founding Omnibus Transport Technologies Limited (OTT) in 1993 to build and market Netcool/Omnibus. OTT was folded into Micromuse (Nasdaq: MUSE) in 1994 and Netcool/Omnibus became the company’s flagship product. Read More >Read Less >

This technology continues to be the in the core of the management support systems in the world’s largest networks in the form of IBM Tivoli Netcool. In 1997, Phil founded Riversoft (LSE: RSFT) to solve the problem of root cause analysis; the technology acquired by Micromuse and the software subsequently became part of the IBM Tivoli Netcool suite. Phil then went on to lead Njini, producing a revolutionary and early data and storage software layer with data de-duplication and information lifecycle management (ILM) capabilities. The company’s technology was acquired by Riverbed (Nasdaq:RVBD). In 2008, Phil founded Promethyan to gestate multiple startups concurrently. Two Promethyan children of note include Prelert and RiverMuse.

Mike Silvey

After launching SunNet Manager in the UK for Sun Microsystems, Mike founded an open systems service management business at Micromuse, bringing Remedy (pre-BMC), NetMetrix (pre-HP/Agilent), Patrol (pre-BMC), Eco-Tools (pre-Compuware) and several other innovative service management tools into the European market. Read More >Read Less >

Mike partnered with Phil Tee to take both Netcool and RiverSoft to market, subsequently establishing the key OEM relationships with Cisco, HP and Intel that led directly to the Micromuse and RiverSoft IPOs. An idealistic service management enthusiast and technology commercialization expert, Mike has been instrumental in the success of numerous software companies. Prior to co-founding Moogsoft, Mike co-founded Promethyan Labs with Phil Tee to bring innovative, algorithm-heavy software technologies to market.

Andy Brown

Andy Brown serves as Moogsoft’s Lead Independent Director, bringing unparalleled experience in leading strategic initiatives at global financial institutions. Mr. Brown previously served as Group CTO of UBS, where he identified IT ‘target state’ from a strategy and architecture perspective, and sequenced implementation via roadmaps, funding, initiatives and programs. Read More >Read Less >

Prior to UBS, Mr. Brown headed Strategy, Architecture and Optimization for Bank of America; he also served as CTO Infrastructure at Credit-Suisse and Chief Technology Architect at Merrill Lynch. Andy is also the Chairman of SnoopWall, LLC , CEO of Street Scale IT, a Board Member of Guidewire Software and an Advisor to Cyvera.

Nikhil Eapen

Mr Nikhil Eapen is Chief Strategy & Investment Officer, Senior Executive Vice President at ST Telemedia. In this role, Mr Eapen is responsible for new investments in the company's existing core business areas as well as in new growth areas across the CMT landscape. Mr Eapen is also responsible for formulating the company's overall strategy, corporate development activities and driving synergies across the Group. Read More >Read Less >

Before joining ST Telemedia, Mr Eapen was Head of Asia Pacific Technology, Media and Telecommunications Corporate & Investment Banking department at Citigroup. Mr Eapen spent almost 18 years at Citigroup since starting his investment banking career as a Financial Analyst at Salomon Brothers in 1997.

Mr Eapen graduated from University College London (UCL) with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Economics.

John Walecka

John Walecka is a Partner of Redpoint Ventures and is passionate about companies with disruptive products and innovative business models. John is very active in Redpoint’s investment efforts around companies using big data insights to create new business applications, as well as innovative technologies for building cloud infrastructure and services. Read More >Read Less >

He is on the boards of the following companies: Quantifind (social media predictive analytics platform), Datameer (big data BI tools around Hadoop), Lastline Security (cloud based malware products), Moogsoft (big data applications applied to agile service management), InterMolecular (data driven combinatorial materials discovery platform) and Avnera (cool audio products). John received a B.S. and an M.S. in Engineering from Stanford University and a M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Dan Fishback

Dan Fishback has led several highly successful software startups which specialized in applying analytics to solve complex business problems. As CEO of DemandTec, Dan introduced a ground-breaking analytical cloud solution for retail and consumer product companies, adopted by WalMart, Safeway, Target, Monoprix, Advanced Auto Parts and many other global Fortune 500 companies. Read More >Read Less >

DemandTec was acquired by IBM in 2012. Prior to leading DemandTec, Dan held sales and executive leadership positions at Ariba, Trading Dynamics, Hyperion Software, Arbor Software and Unisys. Dan also serves on the Board of Quantum Retail Technology, Qumu (QUMU) and DemandHope, and has previously served on the boards of SPS Commerce (SPSC), CorVu Software (CRVU) and DemandTec (DMAN).

Peter Wagner

Peter Wagner is a Founding Partner of Wing. He has led investments in dozens of early stage companies, more than 25 of which have gone on to complete IPO’s or successful acquisitions. These companies include Nimble Storage, Fusion-io, Redback Networks, Riverbed, Arrowpoint Communications, Infinera, Peribit, Topspin and Omneon, to name a few. He currently works with a private company portfolio that includes Blue Jeans Network, OPOWER, Qwilt, Cumulus Networks, Jut, Platfora, CloudPhysics and Primary Data, among others. Read More >Read Less >

Before founding Wing, Peter helped lead Accel Partners for 15 years as Managing Partner. Prior to joining Accel, Peter was a line manager at Silicon Graphics, responsible for several generations of digital media and graphics workstation products. Peter previously worked with McKinsey and Company, and began his career as a physicist working in nuclear fusion research and aerospace.

Peter holds an A.B. in Physics from Harvard College, summa cum laude, and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar.

Leadership

Steve Burton–Vice President, Product Marketing (Glassdoor, AppDynamics, OpTier)

Ciaran Byrne–Vice President, Product Management (Yahoo, ServiceNow, HP)

Dave Casper–Chief Technology Officer (Americas) and VP, Sales Engineering (UBS, ServiceMesh, Merrill Lynch)

Ken Fuhr–Vice President, Customer Success (Credit Suisse, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch)

Colin Gray–Vice President, Sales (EMEA) (Arbor Networks, Quest Software, ChangeBASE)

Matt Harper–Vice President, Corporate Marketing (Glassdoor, Sony PlayStation, UBM)

Rob Harper–Chief Science Officer (Jabbit, Njini, Riversoft)

Stephen Hart–Chief Technology Officer (International) (Innovise, Infrasolve, ICL)

Matt Wilkinson–Vice President, Tech Services (Touchbase, NetAzure, Subex)

Richard Whitehead–Chief Evangelist (Splunk, EMC, Micromuse)

Our Investors

These leading institutions provide us with the financial capital to
help make each of our customers extremely successful.