Gay Gordon-Byrne has over twenty-five years experience in information technology across a variety of industries and roles. Gay is a
founder of TekTrakker Information Technology Systems, LLC a firm focused on accurately providing failure rates of IT equipment
installed anywhere in the world.
She grew up around large commercial computing. Her father was the principal architect for Honeywell's big first commercial computer,
the Honeywell 200. After she graduated Colgate (Cum Laude), she worked in econometric modeling for the University of North
Carolina (Chapel Hill) and then took a job for SDI - a pioneering vendor of systems software tied into the IBM mainframe operating
system. Ms. Gordon-Byrne rose rapidly to Branch Manager, and then Regional Sales Training Manager.
Gay left SDI to work for StorageTek (then STC) to help them sell their turn-key mainframe datacenter package based on plug
compatible products centered by the Magnussen mainframe. In addition to being their top sales performer, Ms. Gordon-Byrne also
chaired the New Products Committee which was charged with filling out the product line so that STC could include printers,
communications FEP, and all the accessory products found in a data center.
Gay then went to work for El Camino Resources where she was responsible for opening up the Eastern U.S. operation. Over her 16
year tenure at El Camino Resources, Gay was always among the top sales achievers and was also tapped to help design internal
systems for CRM, Order Entry, and on-line portfolio access for clients. Through El Camino's REAL subsidiary - Gay was the first
person to be allowed to resell the IBM Z series and participated in designing the Z series partner strategy.
In 2000 and Gay left El Camino to take a position with Relational Funding and helped them change from a buyer of leases originated
by others, to a direct lease model.
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