Introduction To Robert Heller

22An introduction to Robert Heller.

I am an IT industry veteran, with more than 30 years in the business.  I have owned my own personal software development / consulting businesses, management consulting businesses and was founder and CEO of a company engaged in digital video surveillance development that we took public in 2000.  I subsequently started another digital video surveillance company in 2003.

Most recently I was CIO – Chief Information Officer – of General Wax Co. Inc., of North Hollywood California.  I began my relationship with General Wax with a sister company in Canada, Imperial Wax & Candle as their contract IT support, a relationship I maintained for over 30 years until the company was closed down with the owners retiring.  I began at General Wax with a management consulting contract in 2005 and became Chief Information Officer in 2007.

I am presently looking for new opportunities.  I am most interested in acting as a consultant / board member to high tech startups.  As a member of the Advanced Systems Institute in British Columbia, Canada, I was able to help a number of firms move their projects forward.

Feel free to contact me using the contact form on this web site.

I recently sold an intellectual property asset I have been developing since 1998 to Matoot Games (British Columbia, Canada), Checkpoint Challenge.  Matoot is in the process of seeking additional funding and going public.

If you have a problem, business, software design, development, strategic planning, ask me.  I am a creative thinker and love solving the insolvable.  If you are a startup and short of cash, don’t be afraid to ask for help, I’m more than willing to work something out.

I have included additional pages that describe some of the projects with which I have been involved and my responsibilities with those projects.  Please see the menu and return regularly as I will be adding information on a regular basis.

Thank you for visiting my web site.  I hope it is of use to you as I try to update it on a more regular basis.

Robert Heller