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Founded in 1995, MaestroSoft offers the most comprehensive suite of Event Management solutions for over 3,000 not-for-profit consumers. MaestroSoft's industry-leading event management software, online management tools, and credit card processing tools have helped to raise over 3 billion dollars by bringing fund-raising to a new level of ease and accessibility.
The Maestro team brings over 30 years of event management experience and more than 20 years of development expertise to its customers.
Today, Maestro's client list is a "Who's Who" of national and local organizations, schools, museums, hospitals, and other not-for-profits. These include organizations such as; the March of Dimes, American Diabetes Association, United Cerebral Palsy, Boys and Girls Clubs, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Ronald McDonald House, the Boeing Museum of Flight, professional sports teams, and private schools including the prestigious Sidwell Friends School. They have each come to rely on MaestroSoft year after year for their Event Management needs.
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A Nationally recognized Benefit Auctioneer and Consultant, Mr. Fiske has experience and expertise in entrepreneurial corporate operations and sales. He has been instrumental in the growth of every company with which he has worked. His knowledge and understanding of event management, particularly auctions and golf tournaments, is the cornerstone of the expansion of MaestroSoft's current and future product offerings.
Mr. Fiske has developed a national reputation by providing auctioneering and auction consulting services for organizations from the Arthritis Foundation of Washington to Zonta International through Northwest Benefit Auctions for many years. He has helped raise millions of dollars for a wide variety of organizations. He is regularly called upon to train auction committees in the techniques which increase auction yields, while maintaining a fun-filled environment required for a successful benefit auction. His clients routinely earn much more money from their auctions as a result of the added efficiency gained from implementing his tips. He is the auction consulting knowledge base from which the basis for AuctionMaestro was formed, and continues to add his expertise to the product improvements. Mr. Fiske is regularly called upon as a speaker and presenter for conferences and workshops for organizations such as the American Heart Association, United Cerebral Palsy, Operation Warm and numerous Rotary, Kiwanis and other service clubs.
Mr. Fiske's past corporate experience includes over ten years at John Fluke Manufacturing Co., an electronics equipment manufacturing company, where he was their "Summit Club" winner as the top field sales person in just his first full year, then rose through the sales ranks to become the National Sales Development Manager. While at Fluke Manufacturing, he established new business methods, automated the sales force through an innovative field automation system, and was an innovator of new processes to create efficiency in the sales channels. An instructor in both the Miller-Heiman Strategic Selling system, and in the Deming principles of Continuous Improvement, he is able to motivate and train sales forces to achieve excellent results. Following his career at Fluke manufacturing, he was Director of Sales for Precision Digital Images Corporation where he established the company's sales channels during its start up phase. He has also served as the Vice President of Sales for Adaptive Software, another start-up software company, where he was instrumental in helping to acquire initial funding in excess of two million dollars.
Mr. Kleve brings to MaestroSoft, Inc. a decade of sales and customer service experience. Most recently, Ken ran a successful financial consulting and planning business, where he was responsible for identifying, attracting, and retaining high net-worth clients. He graduated from the Professional Development Program with the highest rating of "Far Exceeds." Mr. Kleve holds several securities licenses, including the Series 7, 63, and 65.
Prior to moving to the Northwest from Cleveland, Ohio, Ken attended the University of Toledo, where he received his Baccalaureate in Small Business Management. While at the University of Toledo, he was the founder of the collegiate chapter of the nation's largest professional sales and marketing fraternity, Pi Sigma Epsilon. While living in Toledo, he also served on the Board of Directors for the local chapter of the Young Entrepreneurs of America.
Ken brings a wealth of not-for-profit experience gained from serving in a variety of volunteer roles. He served as the fundraising coordinator for United Way effort, and in Toledo, Ohio he created the relationship between Cherry Street Mission and Pi Sigma Epsilon fraternity.
Mr. Kleve is a resident of Woodinville where he lives with his wife Lorie and their two sons. He has served in a variety of executive committee positions for Little Bit Therapeutic Horseback Riding Center in Woodinville, Washington, currently serving on the Board of Directors.
Mr. Johnson, an expert in software design, has an impressive background in the software industry. He was a flight instructor at NAS Miramar, teaching computer and radar systems, and an instructor at the US Naval Academy, where he taught computer science for four years. After retiring from the Navy, he was a computer project management consultant for the FAA where he designed, wrote and integrated all PC Artemis modules in the FAA's project management system.
Mr. Johnson has worked closely with Microsoft since 1989 as a Consulting Partner in Microsoft's Solution Providers Program. He has been a presenter at all of the Microsoft TechEd symposiums. Mr. Johnson has conducted project management and database training and consulting for a variety of government and commercial companies including: the FAA, US Air Force, Washington Mutual Bank, Microsoft, Tandem Computers, Boeing, Martin Marietta, Honeywell Measurex, Amtrak and others. Most recently he designed and wrote a database system for Amtrak Engineering to automatically assign union personnel to jobs based on seniority, qualifications, and bid preferences.
As a member of Rotary International, Mr. Johnson initially wrote a software program (PC Auctioneer) primarily to help him manage his Rotary club auctions year after year. That work led him to a meeting with Jay Fiske which in turn led to the creation of the most powerful and comprehensive benefit auction management software available, AuctionMaestro® Software.