About The Krystallize Story

Our patented performance technology, CloudQoS, is a universal assessment and measurement system to test and quantify the service capability of cloud platform services.

Leadership


Charles Marston

Interim CEO

Charles serves as Interim CEO of Krystallize. He is a Managing Partner of Eileses Capital. Prior to Eileses, from 1997 to 2016 he was Founder, Chairman and CEO of Calypso Technology, a global leader in capital markets technology.

Prior to Calypso, from 1991-1996 Charles was President and Chairman at Infinity Financial Technology. Prior to Infinity, from 1985-1989 Charles was in fixed income derivatives product development at Bank of America. Charles has a PhD in Economics from UC Berkeley and a B.A in Economics from UC San Diego.


Lane Inman
Head of Product Management

Lane Inman serves as Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Product Management for Krystallize Technologies where he is responsible for setting strategic technical direction and product development for the company.

Lane has held numerous technology and services leadership positions for organizations including VERITAS software, VMware, VCE, Visa, and PNC Financial Services.  During his tenure at VERITAS, his primary responsibilities were cross discipline methodologies and standardized service offerings, subject matter expertise for the VERITAS Certified Professional Program, harvesting field developed technologies as engineered products, and the Utility Computing Practice.  He founded the Operational Readiness and Capacity Management practices at VMware Professional Services.  At Visa, Lane served as director of Capacity Management, Converged Infrastructure and Private Cloud Architecture, responsible for 100% adoption of private cloud technologies.  He continued a similar role at PNC where he was also served the roll of SVP – Director of Enterprise Architecture Business Technology driving alignment to the BIAN framework.

Lane received his Ph.D. in Systems Science developing a methodology for technology forecasting and data envelopment analysis examining processor, database, and storage technologies and was named to the Oregon State Council of Early Career Engineers.


Theresa Jennings
Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Jennings joined Krystallize Technologies in 2019 in the role of Chief Financial Officer, responsible for financial operations, including accounting, treasury, tax, legal, analysis and human resources.  Prior to joining Krystallize Technologies, Ms. Jennings served in various financial roles for technology companies.  From 2008 to 2017, she led finance and accounting operations at Calypso Technology, a multi-national fintech company — as Chief Financial Officer from 2015 to 2017 and as Chief Accounting Officer from 2008 to 2015. Prior roles include Corporate Controller at Kabira Technologies, a transactional computing software company, and Controller at Synon Corporation, a provider of software application development tools. Ms. Jennings holds a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley.


Board


Kishore Bopardikar

Kishore is a Managing Partner of Eileses Capital.  Prior to Eileses, from 1997 to 2016 he was Founder, CEO and President of Calypso Technology, a global leader in capital markets technology.

Prior to Calypso from 1991 to 1996, Kishore was CTO and Director of Engineering at Infinity Financial Technology. Prior to Infinity, from 1988-1990 Kishore was an Engineer for Daisy Systems. Kishore has a M.S. in Computer Science from the University of South Florida and a B.E. in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from BITS Pilani, India.


Charles Marston

Charles is a Managing Partner of Eileses Capital. Prior to Eileses, from 1997 to 2016 he was Founder, Chairman and CEO of Calypso Technology, a global leader in capital markets technology.

Prior to Calypso, from 1991-1996 Charles was President and Chairman at Infinity Financial Technology. Prior to Infinity, from 1985-1989 Charles was in fixed income derivatives product development at Bank of America. Charles has a PhD in Economics from UC Berkeley and a B.A in Economics from UC San Diego.


Frank Fanzilli

Frank has been a member of Krystallize’s board since 2018.  He brings to Krystallize the perspective of an Information Technology professional and former CIO with more than 25 years of executive leadership and hands-on experience in financial services and the technology community at large. With his background as a seasoned technology executive and as an advisor to early and late stage software companies as well as to the venture capital community, Frank has helped a number of firms achieve significant growth and notable exits.

Previously, Frank served as the Global Chief Information Officer of Credit Suisse, where he was a Managing Director and a member of the Firm’s Operating Committee and IT Executive Board. During his tenure of nearly 20 years at CS, Frank led the firm’s growth in, and use of, technology in all facets of the business and in over 20 countries. Frank built the Firm’s first global IT organization, and integrated the Firm’s diverse portfolio of infrastructure, applications and services around the world. He continues to act as a Senior Advisor to Credit Suisse and has held board seats in a number of notable technology companies, both public and private. Formerly, he was a board member of PeopleSoft (acquired by Oracle), Avaya (acquired by Silverlake/TPG), InterWoven (acquired by Autonomy/HP), 1010Data (acquired by Advance/Newhouse) and Calypso (acquired by Bridgepoint). He currently sits on the boards of Skytap, CommVault (NASDAQ: CVLT), iBoss, and The Linux Foundation, where Frank is the Chairperson of the Audit & Finance Committee. Frank is an occasional speaker, panelist, and author on a variety of technology topics. His articles have been featured in Computing UK, BusinessWeek Magazine, the FT, the Washington Post, and CIO Magazine,

Frank holds a B.S. degree from Fairfield University, and an M.B.A. in Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business, with Distinction, where he graduated as the Marcus Nadler Scholar.  Frank also completed the Corporate Director’s program at the Stanford University School of Law.

 


Tim Wintrip

Tim Wintrip

Tim is a Senior Director within VMware, assisting a number of VMware’s Global Accounts in their journey to digital transformation. Prior to VMware he has held various leadership positions at Virtustream (which was later acquired by Dell EMC), including Vice President of Global Accounts and General Manager for the company’s software and big data portfolio. During his time at Virtustream, Tim secured strategic partnerships and helped build mission-critical clouds with a number of large global service providers across LATAM, APAC, and EMEA.

Tim’s extensive experience and valuable insight has taken him around the world. He spent more than a decade with EMC, where he built and ran consulting teams across the UK, Nordics, Benelux, Eastern Europe, and Switzerland. After EMC, he gained firsthand experience at VISA by managing and optimizing a large cloud environment—enabling new developer-centric services.


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