Company ProfileBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-02-01 Email Print
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Artesia Technologies knows about leveraging assetsanalog as well as digital.
artesia Technologies700 King Farm Blvd., Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20850
(866) ARTESIA / www.artesia.com TICKER: PRIVATE
EMPLOYEES: Approx. 100
While a senior executive with the Thomson Corp., he founded and was CEO of ThomsonConsulting, a 500-person I.T. consulting business. He was an economics major at Dartmouth.
Was the founder (in 1996) and general manager of Thomson's TEAMS software divisionwhich formed the core of Artesia after a 1999 venture-backed management buyout. Bowen held a variety of managerial positions in ThomsonConsulting, and also worked as a technology consultant. Responsible for formulating Artesia's corporate strategy, he has a B.S. in economics and electrical engineering from Yale.
Chief People Officer, Chief Knowledge Officer
After more than two decades in various engineering leadership positions in the Air Forceincluding senior director of the $5 billion NATO Infrastructure Construction ProgramTucker held senior IT positions at Sallie Mae and the Harris Group. Later, he was a VP for ThomsonConsulting.
TEAMS is the company's main offering. Using metadata and running atop an Oracle database, it allows clients to digitize, categorize, store and access media assets. Version 4.4 is the latest.