Jason's first technology-based job after graduating high school in 1986, while attending junior college, was at NASA in the Johnson Space Center located in Webster, Texas. It was here he was introduced into the technology and software database applications and began absorbing the possibilities of creating organized data accessible through efficient applications.
After three years, he was contracted in to do work for Monsanto, located near Alvin, Texas, where he introduced low cost networking and file sharing to the teams that built the refineries and in turn helped thm to streamline their operations.
While attend the University of Texas to study Aerospace Engineering, he began doing part-time work for Prudential Insurance in 1991. He distributed database applications which assisted all branch offices of the region in making them more efficient and organized and enabled them to work as a team instead of individual sales people.
In 1992, Jason was offered a position with the mental health insurance division of Prudential in Houston, known as PruPsych, to run the technology team. He managed a small team of technology people that maintained the network of file servers, database servers, application servers and user workstations.
After 2 years, Jason moved into a new position with th Underwriting division at the Prudential regional office in Houston. His job here was to help transform the struggling reports team into a productive and efficient team that can best serve the Underwriting division.
In 1996, he joined Stewart Title in Houston to assist in various technology leadership roles.in 1998, while still at Stewart, Jason met up with 5 other individuals (including David Horn) that helped to plan and design the RealEC portal, a B2B new service to work with the Mortgage industry. Stewart Title then partnered with Fidelity Title to prepare for the launch of the service.
Fidelity recognized the potential for this new service and prompted the 6 of them to branch out on our own and start a new company called RealEC Technologies in 1999. Jason was in charge of creating the solutions to run the processing engine of RealEC as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
In 2007, Jason joined Dyonyx, a company that was a resource for providing all levels of technology solutions in a consultant type capacity. Jason was primarily charged with providing database and development services to a wide array of clients and initiatives.
Jason now has set out with his partner, David Horn, and formed Falcron Solutions.