Management Team

Andrew G. Parker, President & CEO

Mr. Parker has over 25 years experience managing computer and Internet businesses. Prior to starting Hubtack, Inc., Mr. Parker was founder and CEO of Mercantec, Inc., pioneer of the first electronic commerce solution commercially available on the Internet, with a distribution in 13 countries to over 200 Internet Service Providers. Mr. Parker has also served in various executive positions with companies including Unitech Systems, a world leader in Information Integrity solutions, Spyglass, Inc., a global provider of web browser and server technology, and Tandem Computers (now Hewlitt Packard), the leading supplier of fault tolerant computers. Mr. Parker holds a B.S. in Computer and Information Sciences from the University of Oregon.

James Allen, VP Strategic Planning, PLS

Mr. Allen has 44 years experience as a Land Surveyor and Certified Engineering Technician for transportation engineering projects including airport, street, highway, bridge, railroad, pipeline, telecommunications and electrical distribution systems. As a Surveyor, Mr. Allen was involved in the preliminary design surveys, aerial photography control, right-of-way acquisition surveys, preparation of taking plats, construction staking and as-built surveys. As a Certified Engineering Technician, Mr. Allen's involvement included preliminary route investigation and cost comparisons, preparation of design plans and specifications, bidding services and construction management associated with these projects. As a Professional Land Surveyor and Sr. Engineering Technician, Mr. Allen has been responsible for client coordination, cost control, pay estimates and scheduling of projects nationwide.

Mr. Allen's project experience has included field surveys, courthouse research, preparation of right-of-way and easement acquisition documents, GPS monumentation, land title documentation, construction staking, as-built surveys, vertical and horizontal control for Interstate Routes, Federal, State and County DOT routes, city and village streets, rural and city intersection signalization projects, bridge construction and reconstruction, major and minor parking lots, urban and rural residential and commercial/industrial subdivisions, major cross country telecommunication facilities, and major cross country pipeline facilities.