StreamWeaver (formerly J9 Technologies) has been creating and implementing IT ops solutions since 2005.
We started as a systems integrator, using a team of world-class consultants to connect best-of-breed ITOM solutions as professional services engagements. Through the process of doing this over and over again we came to realize that it would be more cost-effective for our customers to have an off-the-shelf product to make the integration process more efficient.
Launched in 2014, our first-generation software, Accelerators, achieved the goal of streamlining the mediation and normalization of data between tools that were not natively design to connect, on a one-to-one basis. Released in 2017, our next-generation software, OpStream, is a powerful IT solution which achieves a wizard driven, real-time, scalable, many-to-many integration capability.
In March 2018, we announced our intent to spin-off our Professional Services business and merge it with Foulk Consulting, in order to focus on OpStream as a standalone software company. At the same time, we re-branded from J9 Technologies to StreamWeaver.
We believe it should be easy to quickly integrate all your disparate IT operations tools with an enterprise grade solution.
We understand the pain of our enterprise customers, the worries that keep them up at night, and the problems that jeopardize their business operations and reputations. We live to erase those concerns and enable members of IT departments everywhere to breathe easier.
That’s precisely what StreamWeaver brings to the table. Led by ITOM pioneers, Founder and CTO, Clay Roach, and CEO, Al Wasserberger, StreamWeaver fields a team of experts broadly recognized as the best in the industry.
Simply put, we are what IT operations managers graduate into: Veterans who can apply lessons from years of experience to improving how the diverse tools of your IT operations are managed.
Clay RoachFounder and Chief Technology Officer
Clay Roach founded StreamWeaver (formerly J9 Technologies) in 2005 following 10 successful years of solving some of the toughest challenges facing IT Operations Management. He sold the business to Axxiome in 2015, but bought it back a year later, determined to build upon the business’s experience and expertise to develop new solutions that will drive ITOM in the future.
Before founding StreamWEaver Technologies, Clay worked for Mercury Interactive (later acquired by HP), The Middleware Company, and Momentum Software; witnessing first-hand the evolution of IT from the late ‘90s on. His background as an architect and developer,combined with his extensive experience in performance management has given him the reputation as one of the most trusted leaders in the industry.
Clay graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S in Computer Science.
Al Wasserberger is a veteran executive and advisor with more than 25 years of experience building, funding, buying, and selling companies. A serial entrepreneur, Al has been responsible for several startups. He founded early enterprise ITOM player Spirian Technologies in 1996 and built it into a venture- backed INC 500 software company before selling the company in 2003. Next, he founded Premonition Software which developed revolutionary neural-network based software and related products for the auto racing industry, before moving on to PDM Engineering - the systems integration subsidiary of PDM (acquired by IBM).
As StreamWeaver's President, Al drives all of the non-technical operations including sales, marketing, finance & administration and company support. He lives in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn neighborhood of New York City with his wife Niki and 5 year-old daughter Leah. Al fancies himself a decent poker player, and is a huge Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, and Blackhawks fan.
Sandeep ParmarDirector of Consulting Services
Sandeep Parmar is a proven leader in the IT Operations Management space, having spent the last several years implementing high priority enterprise level projects. He is passionate about delivering solutions which solve business issues by coupling technology with smart business decisions. In particular, Sandeep has extensive experience around data center operations and streamlining various IT processes. He is comfortable executing a variety of different strategies, including ITSM, CMS, and BSM. Sandeep is not only an ITOM services expert, he also has an impressive business background, and holds an MBA from the C.T. Bauer College of Business as well as a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.
Sandeep lives in the Houston area and speaks three languages. His hobbies and interest include traveling, soccer, and cooking.
John ParcellDirector of Sales
John Parcell is a senior sales leader with over 15 years of senior-level account management, and consulting experience. Parcell has focused primarily on SaaS, operational intelligence, finance, managed services, network security, virtualization, network infrastructure and business continuity sales, while predominantly serving Fortune 1000 customers. A Chicago area native, his first job was working security for the Cubs before he made his way into IT sales.
Parcell is an active volunteer for Children International during his spare time and is also a skiing enthusiast and a lover of jazz music.
Tom MolfettoDirector of Marketing
For the past 20 years, Tom has solved marketing problems for leaders such as Deutsche Bank, Unisys and Avaya. More recently, Tom was the Marketing Director for ITSM solutions at Neebula Systems through their sale to ServiceNow. He then served to shape product marketing and program initiatives at ServiceNow’s ITOM strategic business unit. His areas of expertise include: marketing strategy and planning, product marketing, market research and analysis, competitive intelligence, advertising and promotions and public relations.
Mr. Molfetto is a graduate of the University of Georgia and holds an MBA degree with honors from Baruch College. He has completed post graduate marketing requirements at NYU-Stern and holds both a Six Sigma Green Belt and a Professional Certified Marketer designation from the American Marketing Association. Tom is a novice jazz guitarist and Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming. He currently resides in New Jersey with with his wife and two daughters.
Carly CampbellDirector of Finance & Administration
As StreamWeaver's Director of Finance & Administration, Carly Campbell manages all company financial and operations activities. She also serves as StreamWeaver's employee contact for human-resource-related questions and concerns. Carly has nearly 15 years of experience working for a variety of service and software-based industries in financial operations and human resources management.
In her free time, Carly enjoys outdoor activities and taking in the sights that only Southwestern Pennsylvania can provide with her husband, Earl, and two young children, Matthew and Gracie. Carly is also a rabid Pittsburgh Penguins fan who takes particular interest when the Penguins play the Blackhawks.