An accomplished software and FinTech executive, Mr. Bahl also serves as Chairman and CEO of Acculynk. Prior to Acculynk, Mr. Bahl was founder and CEO of Harbor Payments until leading the companies’ sale to American Express, where he continued as a corporate Senior Vice President. Prior to Harbor Payments, Mr. Bahl served in various leadership roles including Senior Vice President of iXL Ventures and founder of iXL’s Financial Services Practice Group (FSPG). as founder and CEO of Exchange Place Solutions (EXPS), a firm focused on providing strategy and technology solutions to financial services institutions
Mr. Bahl holds a B.S. in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon University. His civic responsibilities include Board positions in Leadership Atlanta, TIE, and the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).
Mike is a strategic thinker and planner with proven analytical, problem solving, and program management skills. These coupled with his extensive network, systems management, security, and operations experience, and deep product knowledge, enable him to drive deep operational impact in our installed NerveCenter software base.
Prior to LogMatrix, Mike was a founder and Vice President of Network Management Systems at Virtela Communications, and prior to this role he served in various leadership roles at large enterprise technology companies, including Qwest Communications and Sprint. Mike’s 20+ years in technology were preceded by his service in the United States Navy.
With over 30 years in software development, 27 of which have been in the systems and network management software space. Leveraging his vast experience with analysis, design, and implementation along with his unique understanding of what clients need in their enterprise, Greg leads the LogMatrix teams who create new, exciting product functionality, while being mindful of usability and the need to scale.
Prior to LogMatrix, Greg held positions at 3Com, Xyplex and Bytex where he was involved in development of network management product lines.
Greg holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the American University in Washington, D.C. and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Allegheny College in Pennsylvania.