Dean Dorcas

Dean graduated #1 in Economics and in the top 1% of his class from the U.S. Naval Academy. After spending five years as a Supply Corp Officer in the Navy, Dean founded IMS with a former classmate, Dan Keto. Under their leadership IMS was awarded as one of Washington State’s fastest growing companies in 2007. Dean is recognized as a leading expert in designing effective business intelligence applications for labor intensive operations. In 2002 he graduated from the Owner/President Management Program (OPM) at the Harvard Business School. In addition to his professional and academic successes, Dean was also a National Motorcycle Champion and a nationally ranked rower.

Daniel Keto

A Distinguished Graduate in Economics from the U.S. Naval Academy and Graduate of Harvard Business School, Dan spent his naval career working for the National Security Agency as a Russian linguist and Cryptologic Officer. Dan co-founded Easy Metrics Inc. in 2012 where he serves as President and Chief Technology Officer. Prior to Easy Metrics, Dan was the co-founder of Integrated Management Systems, a distribution outsourcing company. Dan has extensive experience in business process and information systems development. He is a published author and guest lectures at the University of Washington Evans School on Performance Management and Strategic Knowledge Management.

Bryan Buljat

A Distinguished Graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy (BS, Electrical Engineering) and MIT Sloan School of Management (MBA, Financial Engineering), Bryan served his Naval career as a Nuclear Reactor Operator and a Combat Search and Rescue Helicopter Pilot.  After transitioning to civilian life, Bryan spent 10 years with General Atomics as the Program Manager for a $700M U.S. Government contract.  Upon successful completion of U.C., San Diego’s Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program, he lead the team responsible for all internal process improvement and manufacturing oversight for over 20 major subcontractors.  As a certified mediator since 2008, he successfully moderated over 500 cases.  Bryan served on the board of the MIT Enterprise Forum and the Board of Governors, San Diego County YMCA Camps.