Our goal is to help you deliver a higher quality of care
and increase profitability.
Brevium, Inc. is the producer of patented Patient Reactivation Software used by thousands of eye care doctors. Since 2004 we have counted many of the nation’s most recognized eye groups as customers. Our technology is integrated with the majority of practice management systems currently in use within that specialty.
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Prior to founding Brevium, Brett developed software at Microsoft for 13 years as a project manager and QA manager, and led projects ranging in size from 6 to 200 engineers. He was the lead project manager on Systems Management Server, a $300 million enterprise product made by Microsoft. Brett played a significant role in feature definition and algorithm design on a number of other Microsoft projects. He holds two software patents, with four more pending. Brett holds an MBA from The Wharton School. He graduated with the highest honors as both a Palmer Scholar and recipient of the Benjamin Franklin Award for outstanding scholarship. He also holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Washington.
Steve Gottfredson joined Brevium in 2009 as its fourth employee and the Vice President of Sales & Marketing following 10 years at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals. At Pfizer he was awarded the company’s highest sales recognition on separate occasions as a Manager and Representative. In the years since he joined our team, Brevium has become one of the fastest growing companies in healthcare and is serving thousands of doctors nationwide. He has broad experience and success working across the spectrum of health care enterprises ranging from hospitals and health plans to physician offices and professional organizations and is a frequent speaker at national conferences.
Stephen Dennis joined Brevium as its Development Manager in 2010 following eleven years at Microsoft – beginning with printing-related work and ending with tablet platform work for Windows Vista and Windows 7. Graduating with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Alabama at the top of the department that year and now holding more than 8 patents, he has also done work as various as high-end displays for business jets with Air Show and Rockwell Collins as well as development for a game which was awarded Game of the Year at E3 in 1998.
Trent joined Brevium in August 2005 to establish and maintain our customer service, IT, accounting, and billing departments. Prior to joining Brevium, Trent worked in customer service, quality assurance, and internal support at Volkswagen/Audi and UPS. Trent has an Associates degree in Business Management with an emphasis in Accounting from Portland Community College and a Bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in Information Systems from BYU-Hawaii.