SHERIDAN — On Thursday, e2e Wyoming will welcome Phil Homburger, founder and CEO of Synaptec Software, Inc. and cofounder of Biometric Technologies, Inc.
Both companies are based in Denver, Colorado, but are focused on different industries and have followed different paths. The e2e Wyoming event will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Best Western Sheridan Center and is open to the public.
Synaptec Software is the company behind LawBase, one of the leading case and matter management software packages in the legal industry. Thousands in law firms, Fortune 500 corporate legal departments and government agencies nationwide are currently using LawBase. Homburger was the initial programmer of LawBase in the early 1980s and has been instrumental in its growth over the years. LawBase now employs more than 20 people.
While LawBase has taken off, Biometric Technologies, Inc. has proven much more difficult to launch. The company seeks to use biometrics to eliminate insurance fraud. Its flagship product, BioClaimTM, is the only patented technology that can provide biometric confirmation that a patient was present to receive health care services. Homburger will share the challenges in bringing new technology to market in the complex environment surrounding medical billing, insurance and fraud prevention.
Prior to founding Synaptec Software, Homburger had an extensive career in providing software solutions tailored to the needs of specific industries that range in size from sole proprietorships to the Fortune 100. He developed what became the nation’s leading software system for veterinary offices and has created software for fields as diverse as commodity brokers to casket manufacturers.
Homburger earned his bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University. He has completed many continuing education forums and participates as a speaker for many civic and professional organizations. He has also presented numerous times at industry trade shows including ABA TechShow, ATLA Annual Convention, LegalTech, ILTA and Texas Legal Technology.
Homburger spends his time away from the office with his family, including four children. The Homburger family has provided foster care to more than 30 children over the years.
e2e Wyoming is a networking program of the Wyoming Technology Business Center designed to improve the climate for the start-up and growth of entrepreneurial companies. Several meetings are held each year where entrepreneurs can meet with people interested in entrepreneurship to talk about issues related to starting and growing a business.
To register for the e2e Wyoming event in Sheridan, call the WTBC Sheridan office at 675-1939.