In his 30 years in the technology industry, Scott has successfully guided companies from inception to maturity.
Most recently, Webber has been an investor and mentor to young Indiana technology companies. He currently serves as the Chairman & CEO of Volatus Advisors, an investment and advisory vehicle for young companies. Successful investments include Performance Assessment Network, which was launched out of the VTG incubator, and Autobase, where Webber also served as Chairman & CEO.
Previously, Webber served as Chief Executive of Corepoint Technologies, a global IBM software company, where he increased flat revenues by 60% in a period of eight months.
As President and CEO of Software Artistry, Inc., he led the company to the first successful software IPO in the state, and later to an acquisition by Tivoli Systems, an IBM company.
Scott also spent 10 years at Pansophic Systems, Inc.; a software company that grew from a $30 million privately held company to a $230 million publicly traded company during his tenure.
Scott was also a founding member of the Indiana Software Association, the first evolution of the state's technology association in the early 1990's. In 1995, along with then Mayor Steve Goldsmith Scott founded and chaired the Central Indiana Technology Partnership, which grew quickly to a membership of over 700 executives of technology-focused companies in the area. The Partnership created the strategic plan for growing a technology community in the region and state, and also launched the annual Technology Summit which continues to deliver a state of the technology community update today.
Webber currently serves or has served on the Boards of Volatus Advisors, Weblink International, Ontario Systems, LHP Software, WPO Indiana, Volatus Technology Group, Performance Assessment Network, Autobase, Installshield, Nisys, eSkye, the Central Indiana Technology Partnership, the Indianapolis Economic Development Corporation, and the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership. He is also a member of the Halo Group of angel investors. He holds a Masters of Management from Northwestern University and a BA degree from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.