Gideon Kimbrell is a software engineer, business executive and successful entrepreneur. He is a perfectionist, detail-oriented and won’t take no for an answer. He believes in the power of positive thinking and dedication.
Gideon’s passion for technology has powered his high-energy path from Southern Adventist University where he studied for a Masters of Software Engineering.
He Immediately struck out, being instrumental in the founding of companies such as deviantART and Interfund Financial (Virtual Money)…
From there he made his mark working for a startup company in Canada, starting as a developer and finishing as CTO. MedCenter went from 0 to $20M/yr sales, with over half being credited to my SEO efforts. He engineered and deployed a high-tech paperless CRM, managing millions of paperless faxes and other medical documents internationally.
He successfully exited and moved to Florida, where he worked with Christos Cotsakos building a Web 2.0 social networking site with over 1M members.
He moved on to work with an SF brand monitoring firm, where he built an AJAX-driven portal and database to handle millions of records.
Following he was a lead software engineer for Johnson & Johnson, designed, prototyped, developed and re-factored a Web 2.0 product architecture designed to transform health-care for millions of people. He’s an engineer with experience building systems to scale, and have used various topologies such as data pods, clusters and shards.
In 2009 he was the CTO at Jettis Payment Processing, leading over 15ppl w/ 1.5M/y budget.
From 2011-2013 he engineered an Enterprise Application Integration for Barnes & Noble, receiving strong recognition from executives for his successful implementation.
Gideon is now co-founder of InList, a disruptive mobile app for booking exclusive reservations.
Medical systems (HIPAA, HL7)
Payment Processing (Gateways, Encryption)