Until There’s A Perfect PC, We’ve Got Work To Do
Brian Hurd
Chief Executive Officer
As a young engineer at Texas Instruments, Brian Hurd was frustrated: he spent almost as much time hunting for necessary driver updates as he did testing laptops. After experiencing the same frustration as his next job, he vowed to create a solution – which eventually became Solve iQ, a total PC service solution with live tech support, drivers, and more, that has been downloaded millions of times.
Bogdan Odulinski
VP, Strategy and Partnerships

Bogdan Odulinski has been the Senior Director of Strategy at Solve iQ since 2010. In this role, he helps execute on initiatives that support the company mission, including shifting to a SaaS model and strategic partnerships.

He has a history of thought leadership in the tech industry. Prior to Solve iQ, he led technology, product management, and strategy efforts at various companies, including Dell.

Richard Booth
VP, Marketing

Richard Booth joined Solve iQ as VP of Marketing at Solve iQ in 2013. Since then, he has helped drive year-over-year revenue increases and improvements in customer satisfaction. While he is responsible for a wide range of day-to-day marketing, product development, and reporting activities, he never loses sight of the question, “Are we solving people’s issues and making it easy to use their computers?”

James Whiteis
VP, Operations and Customer Success

James Whiteis has been the VP of Operations and Customer Success at Solve iQ since 2008.  Prior to joining Solve iQ, James was an Executive managing Pharma/Academic-Research projects and Research ERP Systems at various organizations, including Baylor University.  James holds an MBA/MHA from the University of Phoenix and a B.S., in Information Systems, from the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor.  James is a Texas native born in Austin, Texas.

Brett Pany
Chief Technology Officer

Brett Pany is a true Solve iQ success story. He joined the company in 2010 as a Senior Software Developer, and after holding a variety of positions of increasing responsibility, was named as Chief Technology Officer in 2017. Prior to joining Solve iQ, he was an app developer with Life Systems, and began his career as a program and analyst at the Texas Legislative Council.

Brett is a Texas native.

Kurt Toliver
Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer Kurt Toliver joined Solve iQ in 2014. Kurt is a committed professional who was with his first employer, Panel Specialists, for over 23 years, starting as Controller, and was promoted to positions that included Director of Finance, Executive Vice President, and Director of Project Management and Administration. A true Texas native, he attended University of Mary-Hardin Baylor.