Michael Salisbury

Mike is responsible for leading the effort to define the product roadmap and strategy for the Quantrix Modeler application and its associated products. Mike also directs the day-to-day operations of the Portland-based Quantrix business unit. In 2002, Mike was the first payroll hire for Quantrix and worked closely with management to help grow the company from an entrepreneurial start-up to the establishment of Quantrix as an important business unit of IDBS. Mike has spent a career in customer facing technology roles working for software companies specialising in long-term care, time and attendance and B2B online exchanges. Most recently, Mike served as BI Product manager for CIEE helping the organisation to enhance the Business Intelligence capabilities for the financial and enrollment systems that support their student cultural exchange program offerings. Mike earned an Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Maine at Farmington and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management/Accounting from Thomas College.

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