Clockwork enables industrial and defense MRO professionals to reduce spare parts and maintenance expenditures while extending the life of, and meeting availability goals for, their mission-critical assets.
Decades of solving complex maintenance planning problems for industry-leading organizations has led to the development of Clockwork’s Lifecycle Analytics Suite of products. Our unique approach to Predictive Maintenence starts with a Predictive Twin of an organization’s asset fleet and, optionally, their real-world maintenance, supply & logistics infrastructure. Using the unique capabilities of a high-fidelity Predictive Twin, Asset Managers are able to both understand the actual current state of their assets, but also apply advanced analytics to execute extensive simulations against the model to develop stunningly accurate future maintenance and parts needs, identify problems before they occur, try out different solutions, and optimize a broad range of resource plans.
Clockwork’s consultative and data-driven approach helps customers significantly decrease operational and capital expenditures while increasing organizational and asset performance.
President & CEO
During his 25+ year career, Eric built, marketed and delivered world-class software products to companies such as Microsoft, Kohl’s, Yahoo, the NFL, Kraft, AT&T, British Telecom, NTT, and Reuters. He has ridden the cutting edge of a number of online revolutions leading Products, Marketing, and Services at a variety of technology companies: building the first location-based marketing solutions for retail at Digby; the first media and retailer social media solutions at Pluck (now Demand Media); education-based social marketing tools at Powered (now Sprinklr); expert network solutions at Question Technologies (now Motive Technologies); OEM search offerings at Direct Hit (now Ask.com); and the first software-based online collaboration tools at DataBeam (now part of IBM).
Eric holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and Bachelor degrees in Information Systems and Marketing from the University of Cincinnati.
Vice President of Development
As Vice President of Development, Peter Nuernberg leads development and technology implementation at Clockwork. Peter has led engineering teams in a variety of settings and industries over the past 20 years including Aerospace, Oil & Gas, and Healthcare. Prior to joining the commercial space, Peter spent a decade leading university research groups and teaching software engineering and computer science both in the US and abroad where he helped lead a EU Framework Project for Knowledge Management in Government. Throughout his career, Peter has consulted with government, industry, and non-profit organizations on effective software engineering practices and helped design, implement, and maintain both commercial and open-source software systems.
Peter holds a PhD in Computer Science from Texas A&M University.
Vice President of Industry Solutions
Marshall Smith is VP of Industry Solutions where he is responsible for sales and service delivery to our commercial customers. He started his career as an engineering statistician with Pratt & Whitney, where he conducted risk assessments and implemented statistical process control in the engine and rocket manufacturing businesses. Marshall is well known for his leadership on the team that designed, developed, and implemented fleet management modeling software and support tools for the U.S. Army Blackhawk Program Office. In his career, he also led work in the energy generation industry to develop techniques to optimize repair parts, quantify risks of critical machine failure and improve material flow throughout.
Marshall holds a BS and MS degree in Mathematics from Texas State University and an MS degree in Probability & Statistics from the University of Georgia.
Vice President of Industry Solutions
Serg leads the delivery of services to Clockwork’s aerospace and government customers to ensure their strategic and operational goals are achieved. He employs best practices in predictive analytics to deliver insight, bound risk, reduce waste, and add confidence to customer operations. Serg brings depth of experience to Clockwork from more than 20 years of technical and strategic leadership. He applied predictive analytics and data science throughout his Marine Corps career as an aviator and operations analyst.
As a leading-edge product manager, he provided software development leadership and vision to deliver an advanced, data-driven, high-resolution simulation platform. He also authored policy on aviation weapons and tactics. Sergio was hand picked for the Naval Postgraduate School operations research faculty where he advanced enterprise-level interests and educated data scientists in statistics, simulation, technical writing and operations research.
Serg received a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and an MS in Operations Research from NPS.
Executive Vice President of Sales
As Executive Vice President of Sales, Will is responsible for the development, execution, and management of our sales and business development activities for the commercial and government markets. Will has over 25 years of experience building and leading enterprise software sales teams that have sold into a number of industries including Financial Services, Manufacturing, Consumer Products, Energy, Transportation, Retail, and the Federal Government. He most recently led sales as EVP for Hypori, a leader in mobile security software. Prior to that, Will was SVP of Sales for Troux Technologies (acquired by Planview). He was also a co-founder and SVP at 360Commerce, a leader in retail systems (acquired by Oracle). Will began his career in technology sales with IBM where he held a number of strategic account and sales management positions.
Will holds a Bachelor’s degree from the College of Technology at Purdue University, where he was named a distinguished alumnus in 2011.
Advisor and Chairman of the Board
Dave is a technology industry veteran with 30 years of experience helping define new markets across a wide range of Internet and enterprise software sectors. He has been a senior executive leader during all stages of a company’s lifecycle – from initial founding through to IPO. He has deep experience with critical company transitions including building high performing teams, managing through growth, fundraising, acquisitions and strategic exits. Currently, Dave is an Executive Partner with Teakwood Capital, a board director for iPass (Nasdaq:IPAS), and an advisor to several start-ups. He most recently served as chairman of the board of Rightside (Nasdaq:NAME) for three years, before it was acquired. Previously, he was the co-founder and CEO of social media tools pioneer Pluck, before its successful sale to Demand Media. Dave served in several executive leadership roles at Demand Media and was the company’s Chief Marketing Officer during its IPO. He co-founded or held senior executive and board roles in a number of other innovative start-ups and was a Venture Partner with Austin Ventures. Dave holds a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Furman University. He resides in Austin, Texas.
Board member, Strategic advisor
LG(R) Moore has over 34 years of experience leading large organizations and complex aerospace programs using his acquisition, test, and operations expertise. As the first Commander of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), he built a new organization responsible for “cradle to grave” management of all USAF aircraft, engines, munitions, and electronic/cyber systems. LG(R) Moore served as the Director of the F-16 and F-22 programs, and Acting Program Executive Officer (PEO) for the F-35 program. He also served three tours in the Pentagon including as Director of Special Programs in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). Currently, he serves as Trustee-owner/Executive VP of Dayton Aerospace Inc. (DAI) and he also serves on the Wright State University Board of Trustees as well as the Advisory Board at Clockwork Solutions.
MG(R) Dellarocco served numerous roles in his military career including being command of the United States Army Test and Evaluation Command and Program Executive Officer, Missiles and Space. He served as the Deputy Commanding General for System of Systems Integration, US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command. His responsibilities included quickly placing the right technology and integrating research, development and engineering across the entire spectrum of the Army’s technology infrastructure. He also served in numerous tactical, operational, and Pentagon assignments over his 35-year military career. Currently, he serves on the Advisor Board at Clockwork Solutions.
Jon Sather is a national security expert and retired officer of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)’s Senior Intelligence Service. A 25-year veteran of the CIA, Jon has extensive overseas experience leading global teams engaged in complex human and technical intelligence operations. His experience with the CIA confronting global security challenges in environments of high geopolitical and organizational risk is grounded in the pursuit of strategic advantage. Jon helped lead CIA’s senior leadership training and has guided private and public sector groups on effective organizational change strategies. He is a graduate of Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota in organizational communication.
Greg Chaney has over 35 years of experience in supply chain, manufacturing and IT project management, most recently as Global Supply Chain Executive Director at Allison Transmission, a worldwide manufacturer providing technology for both commercial and military fleets. His global experience includes operational responsibility for facilities in North America, Europe, Asia and South America as well as implementing key infrastructure systems such as ERP. Greg has a BS in Industrial Management from Purdue University and an MBA from the University of Indianapolis.