Scott Chapman is the President/CEO and co-founder of Project Hosts. Scott defines the company’s vision and direction, sets strategy and drives overall business goals. In addition, he directs all sales, marketing, partner ecosystem and strategic relationships. Scott is a pioneer and market-maker in cloud-based Microsoft applications hosting. He founded two hosting companies, both of which were focused on enabling Microsoft partners to leverage the cloud. His first startup, founded in 1999 was acquired by a public company. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree from Yale and a PhD in Physics from UC Berkeley. Scott’s pre-cloud hosting years included a successful management consulting career at McKinsey and Company. Scott Chapman’s Linkedin Profile.
James Flavin, CTO and Co-Founder
James Flavin is the CTO and co-founder of Project Hosts. James sets the company’s technology vision and defines and drives its Custom Cloud Architecture™ (CCA) and Data Center Design Reference Platform (dcDRP). These core elements provide the foundation for the company’s unique offering – Microsoft PPM, SharePoint and CRM Custom Cloud solutions. James is the principal architect of the Custom Cloud solution, and one of the world’s most technically advanced and successful Microsoft hosting operations. James has over 20 years of experience in the computer industry with an emphasis on platform delivery for application software and holds various Microsoft certifications including MCSE and MCDBA.
Erez Avidan-Antonir, Vice President of Business Development
Erez Avidan-Antonir is the VP of Business Development for Project Hosts, and is leading Tioga Security (a Project Hosts spinoff focusing on security and compliance automation ). Erez directs all aspects of new business definition and development including Project Hosts’ recent entry into Microsoft’s CSP (Cloud Solution Provider) program. Erez also oversees commercial partner engagements and commercial sales functions. Throughout his 30-year career in the IT industry, Erez has continually focused on performance excellence and led operations, sales, and research and development teams to achieve record results. Prior to Project Hosts, as CEO, Erez led EDSL from initial product inception to market adoption and category leadership, and was the CEO of OpTun resulting in acquisition by public companies in both cases. Erez holds a BsEE degree from Ben-Gurion University, an MBA from Tel-Aviv University, and a BA in Literature from Ben Gurion University. Visit Erez’s LinkedIn Profile.