Brent Bauer is famous for being the CEO of Fulcrum Technologies, the leading provider of Asset Lifecycle Management solutions for CSPs. In India, he is twice as famous, as he is (very) often mistaken for a celebrity when out in public. That celebrity is John Cena, an American professional wrestler, rapper, actor, and reality television show host signed to WWE. As you can see from the picture, they could be brothers separated at birth. Brent is also physically fit, can rap on Fulcrum Karaoke morale events, and would be fantastic on reality TV. The only real difference is that Brent knows how to track millions of assets and save you millions of dollars, while John... does not.
Fulcrum Technologies, makers of the CATS Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) software, was excited to participate at the ISE Expo ’16 in San Antonio on September 21st. Fulcrum CEO Brent Bauer co-presented ALM and Supply Chain best practices with Yvonne Sabatini, Director Sourcing & Logistics for XO Communications to attendees at the ISE Expo. They took a break in-between presenting and Expo Hall meetings to visit the historic Alamo in San Antonio Texas.
The Alamo Mission in San Antonio, commonly named the Alamo and originally known as Misión San Antonio de Valero, is part of the San Antonio Missions World Heritage Site in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Founded in the 18th century as a Roman Catholic mission, it was the site of the famous Battle of the Alamo in 1836. The Alamo is now a often-visited museum in the Alamo Plaza Historic District.
The compound was one of the early Spanish missions in Texas, built for the education of area Native Americans after their conversion to Christianity. In 1793, the mission was secularized and then abandoned. Ten years later, it became a fortress housing a military unit, the Second Flying Company of San Carlos de Parras, who likely gave the mission the name Alamo. During the Texas Revolution, Mexican General Martin Perfecto de Cos surrendered the fort to the Texan Army in December 1835, following the Siege of Béxar. A relatively tiny number of Texan soldiers then occupied the compound for many months. They were badly wiped out at the Battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. When the Mexican army retreated from Texas several months later, they tore down many of the Alamo walls and burned some of the buildings.
Saturday, May 7, Fulcrum Technologies was present at the Haiti Babi "Raising Hope" charity event in Seattle to present a (giant) check, enjoy the festivities and participate in the auction in a variety of ways. O Wines, Gamache Vintners, Proletariat, Pearl & Stone Wine Co., Stoup Brewing, and Dry Sparkling were all pouring amazing wines and beverages, while Manu's Bodega and Theo Chocolates provided some tasty foods.