A researcher in cellular physiology at the University of Illinois, Chicago in 1990, Phil left graduate school to found Two Point Conversions—now Two Point. At that time, his pharmacist father asked Phil if could create a program that would migrate all legacy data from his father’s old computer system to a new one, and Phil put his energy into finding a solution. With the creation of that data conversion solution, Phil founded Two Point. Alongside the company’s inception, he developed proprietary ETL language and pioneered compliance data archiving and large-scale automated data collection and transformation. Phil retains that innovative curiosity to break new boundaries and help customers achieve what others think is impossible.
Bob began his interest in process management at Information Resources, Inc., where he helped design and implement production process redesigns that led to long-term reductions in cycle time and results greater than 95 percent accuracy. He brought his penchant for design and process change to Two Point in 2002, when he started as an account manager. Over the years, Bob has guided the creation of Two Point’s proprietary quality control tools, process and organizational design. Bob also has served as the Director of the Chain Acquisitions working with many of the top drug store chains in North America. His dedication for detail is what makes Two Point’s work in data migration, archiving, and recovery the industry leader.
Richard E Sexner has been practicing law since 1994. He is an honors graduate of Northwestern University and holds a Law Degree and a Masters of Labor and Industrial Relations from the University of Illinois – Champaign. Mr. Sexner is a key member of the leadership team as Chief Counsel and Privacy Officer. His curiosity and drive allow Two Point to nimbly adapt to changing market demands and remain at the vanguard of data migration and archiving.
Tom Riley started at Two Point as an account manager working closely with many of Two Point’s long-time chain partners. Based on his range of experience with Two Point’s operating platform, Tom has automated procedures increasing the Chain Team’s efficiencies and output, leading both to reduced cycle time and to his promotion to VP of Engineering. Tom has a bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University where he graduated cum laude.