Quantivate is a provider of web-based Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) software and service solutions to organizations both large and small nationwide. Founded in 2005 with the release of its Business Continuity Software, the company has grown to feature a full suite of modules for GRC including Business Continuity, Vendor Management, Enterprise Risk Management, IT GRC, Internal Audit, and Regulatory Compliance.
Andy Vanderhoff is CEO and Founder of Quantivate and is the guiding force behind the company. He is actively involved in business development and the strategic direction of the company and its software solutions. Prior to founding Quantivate, Mr. Vanderhoff served in the United States Army in Bosnia. He has also worked for Washington Mutual where he managed vendor management initiatives, DR architecture, and BC Programs. In 2005 Mr. Vanderhoff started Quantivate after seeing first-hand the lack of robust easy-to-use software and services solutions on the market. Mr. Vanderhoff holds a Bachelors of Science in Business Computing Systems from Bellevue University in Bellevue, Nebraska.
With his more than 15 years of experience in BC/DR, vendor management, risk management, and technology management, Mr. Vanderhoff is recognized nationally as a leader in risk management and business continuity. He presents regularly to regional and national audiences on risk management, compliance, and BC/DR issues.
Paul Rorberg serves as Chief Technology Officer for Quantivate. In this role, he leads the company’s strategic planning for technology and software development initiatives. Prior to joining Quantivate, Mr. Rorberg ran his own technology consulting company Bitwise Strategies, LLC and also managed operations, technology, and software engineering for a variety of technology companies including Microsoft and Pro-Tech Services. He has over 20 years of experience architecting, developing, implementing, and managing technological enterprise systems solutions.
Paul has a broad educational background in computer science and electrical engineering as well as physics and mathematics from Seattle Pacific University and Western Washington University.
Chad Norley is responsible for directing operations and personnel to strategically bring continuous and measurable improvements to economics, efficiency, product quality, on-time delivery, staff development, and customer satisfaction. Mr. Norley for the last 20 years has managed and been a leader in the Information Technology field improving performance, streamlining operations, and delivering cost-effective solutions for managing information, increasing productivity, and protecting corporate assets in the medical, financial, and high-tech manufacturing industries. He has a wide-ranging educational background and attended Bellevue College in Bellevue, Washington.
Dan Banning oversees Quantivate’s strategic and tactical marketing programs. Mr. Banning brings more than 15 years of marketing experience driving successful product launch efforts, brand awareness campaigns, and lead generation initiatives for a variety of B2B software and technology companies. Prior to Quantivate, Mr. Banning has worked for several successful technology companies including The Cobalt Group (now CDK Global) , Visible Technologies (now Cision), ProVantage Software, and WinEstimator Inc. (now Trimble). He holds a B.A. in Marketing from Washington State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.
Julia O’Connell oversees Quantivate’s product module development process working with the Technology, Operations, Marketing, and Sales teams to provide new and updated modules in Quantivate’s GRC suite. Mrs. O’Connell also works with customers to define product requirements and determining ongoing product strategies. Julia joined Quantivate in 2011 and has served in management roles in a variety of areas including Customer Support and Operations. Prior to joining Quantivate, Julia held an information technology management role at Pro-Tech Services, Inc. She received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Washington.