Our People

The leaders of StreamLinx know that for many companies, successfully deploying technology can be laborious, intimidating… and sometimes even risky. That’s why every client that deploys SnapCount will be welcomed by the right balance of technology and personality.

Schooled in both advanced software development techniques and customer-focused project management, the StreamLinx team has earned a track record for deploying successful software solutions — and more importantly, generating happy customers.

Like any good partner, StreamLinx pledges to have your back. StreamLinx people have walked in the shoes of their clients. They’ve stayed up late making sure the big proposal was delivered successfully. And in the words of a client, they’ve helped customers “up their game” to attract larger, more sophisticated clients.

Get to know the leadership team of StreamLinx, and discover quickly why this is the kind of team you want on your side.

Mike Seifert

Mike Seifert

Founder & CTO

Mike is responsible for establishing and executing the product and technology directions for StreamLinx. He is an experienced technology leader, merging modern design practices with the latest technologies and most importantly, ensuring products fit with the way that energy and facility professionals actually work. Mike has a broad strategic view, deep technical knowledge, and a proven track record of bringing together people, partners and technologies to build successful products and businesses.A seasoned entrepreneurial leader, Mike has extensive experience creating and deploying end-to-end, mission critical software systems for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500s. Prior to StreamLinx, Mike founded two other technology companies; one was ultimately sold to a leading technology player. Earlier in his career, Mike served in senior software engineering roles creating defense systems for United Technologies.

Jeff Seifert

Jeff Seifert

Co-Founder and COO

Jeff is passionate about helping lighting and energy retrofit organizations accelerate and optimize their operations. Jeff is responsible for the sales, marketing and business development activities of StreamLinx, including client engagement, assessments and deployment initiation.

Jeff’s background includes 27 years in software, process automation and consulting. During his career, he has helped companies large and small optimize their performance by leveraging enterprise software, advanced analytics and business process automation. Jeff has not only helped a number of large (IBM) and start-up (Prism Solutions) players grow their revenue, he played a key role in growing Prism from a start-up company to over $43 million, and its eventual acquisition by IBM.

Mark Simmons

Mark Simmons

Manager Development – Retrofit Solutions

Mark is responsible for managing the design and development of retrofit solutions from StreamLinx, ensuring they meet the exacting, investment-grade requirements of our commercial and industrial clients. With an extensive track record of developing enterprise business applications, Mark brings innovation, diligence and a client-friendly dedication to the StreamLinx team.

Prior to joining the StreamLinx team, Mark was a senior consultant with Ernst & Young in its enterprise systems practice.  While there, Mark led large ERP (enterprise resource planning) software deployments for large enterprise customers. Mark’s technical background consists of creating client requirements, system design, web development, database management and programming.

Rodney Seifert

Rodney Seifert

Manager Development – Facility Management Solutions & New Platforms

Rodney leads the product development of StreamLinx Facility Management Solutions as well as new platforms and technologies. Passionate about software innovation, Rodney leverages his extensive programming background and architectural mindset to deliver technology that offers extensive functionality, flexibility and performance.

Rodney’s background involves developing enterprise software at several cloud-based start-ups where he worked closely with clients and other technology teams to deliver high-performance business applications. Rodney’s technology background consists of open source platforms including Java, Spring, MySql, and Linux as well as rapid development methodologies including RAD and Agile.