Jim Schaper


With more than 30 years of technology industry experience, Jim Schaper is the Founder and Chairman of Infor, a provider of business software and services. Since its founding in 2002, Infor has grown to almost $2.8B in annual revenue, with 85,000 customers and 13,000 employees operating from 116 offices in 34 countries globally.

Having served as CEO of Infor until 2011, he was previously Chairman and CEO of Primis Corporation, an internet property management software and data provider, as well as COO for Medaphis (later named Per-Sé Technologies and now McKesson), a provider of information technologies for the health care industry and was COO for Dun & Bradstreet Software. Jim also held numerous management roles in Banyan Corporation, Memorex and Lanier.

In addition to serving on the Board of Q2, he serves on the Boards of Directors for Attachmate and BMC Software.

Jim has served on the non-profit Board of advisors for the Posse Foundation and is a member of the “Garnet Way Council”, an advisory Board to the University of South Carolina Athletic Director and the Athletics department. He also serves on the board of directors of the University of South Carolina Educational Foundation.

Jim has a BA in Journalism from the University of South Carolina.

Jim Offerdahl

With more than 25 years of experience in the technology industry serving in progressive CXO positions, Jim Offerdahl has a strong record of scaling companies, maximizing revenue growth, driving profitability and strengthening marketplace leadership.

Jim has an extensive record of leading emerging, innovative companies through periods of high growth. He served as CFO at Convio Inc., where he guided the company through three acquisitions and an initial public offering. During his tenure, the company grew from $9 million in revenue in 2004 to more than $80 million in revenue in 2011, leading to Convio’s acquisition in May 2012 by Blackbaud Inc. Prior to Convio, Jim was president and chief executive officer of Traq-Wireless, Inc., which followed his roles as chief operating officer and chief financial officer of Pervasive Software, Inc. Jim also served as chief financial officer and vice president of Administration of Tivoli Systems, Inc., which was acquired by International Business Machines in March 1996.

In addition to serving on the Board of Q2, Jim currently serves on the Board of Community New Start, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the transformation of communities by addressing the economic, social, physical and spiritual needs of individuals and families one city block at a time. He has also served on the Board for the Texas American Cancer Society and was Chairman of the Board for the Texas chapter of AeA (formerly known as the American Electronics Association).

Jim has a MBA from The University of Texas at Austin and a BS from Illinois State University.

Michael J. Maples

Michael Maples has more than 40 years of experience in the computer industry guiding the strategic direction for major technology leaders. He retired from Microsoft Corporation as executive vice president of the Worldwide Products Group and member of the Office of the President, reporting directly to Bill Gates. He was responsible for all product development and product marketing activities at Microsoft.

Before joining Microsoft, Michael worked for IBM for more than two decades where he was director of software strategy.

In addition to serving on the Board of Q2, Michael is a member of the Board of Directors of BlueSpace (private – advanced email), Digby (private – ecommerce via advance cell phone), Lexmark Corporation (public – printer manufacture), Multimedia Games (public – system based gaming), and Sonic, Inc. (public – drive in restaurants).

Throughout his career, Michael has been involved with many organizations tied to technology. He serves as a mentor and on the board of advisors for several high tech firms and venture funds, sits on several non-profit Boards including the EastWest Institute, and is a trustee on the Seton Board of Trustees. He is currently a member of the Board of Visitors for the Engineering School at the University of Oklahoma and a member of the Engineering and Natural Sciences Advisory Boards at the University of Texas at Austin.

Michael has an MBA from Oklahoma City University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma University.

Matt Flake

Matt is a visionary leader known by employees and customers alike for his authentic, engaging, and quick-witted communications style. Matt appreciates meeting directly with customers and prospects while utilizing his inquisitive nature to uncover new and innovative ways for Q2 to improve their business and create growth.

Matt currently serves as CEO of Q2. From 2012 to 2016, he held the dual roles of President and CEO. Before this he was responsible for sales, marketing, and business development for both Q2 and the previous holding company, CBG Holdings, Inc.

During his tenure at Q2, he’s been a significant contributor to the growth and strategic direction of the organization. With more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, including sales and banking operations, Matt is intensely determined to help regional and community-focused financial institutions compete with the Mega and money center banks. He is a recipient of the esteemed EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in the Central Texas region and was an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year National finalist.

Matt received his degree from Baylor University and is currently a member of the Dell Childrens Hospital Board of Trustees.

Charles T. (Chuck) Doyle

Charles Doyle has had a distinguished career in government and the payments and banking industry. In addition to currently serving on the Board of Q2, Chuck is a former member of the Board of Directors of Visa Inc., Visa U.S.A., and Visa International. He also served as Director of Certegy, Inc., an international payments company, and on the Board of Directors of Inovant.

Among his many banking affiliations over the years, Chuck has served as the first community banker on the Federal Advisory Council to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve and as a Director of the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas, Texas. He is past president and former member of the Board of Directors of Independent Community Bankers Association of America, served on the Advisory Board of the Southwestern School of Banking at Southern Methodist University, and is a former Board Member of the Texas Tech University School of Banking.

He was also organizing Director of Texas Independent Bank in Dallas, Texas and is a former Texas Banker of the Year. Chuck helped organize and served six years as Chairman of ICBA Bancard, Inc., a national credit card network of more than 2,000 community banks, and served as an Advisory Board Member. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Independent Bankers Association of Texas Education Foundation.

A former Mayor, Mayor Pro Tem and Commissioner of the City of Texas City, Chuck has continued to service the community and remains active in the city in an advisory role. He has received numerous accolades and awards over the years for his volunteerism and service to his community from organizations such as the Boy Scouts of America, Rotary International, the Society to Prevent Blindness and the Independent Bankers Association of Texas.

Chuck holds a MBA from the University of Houston and a BBA from the University of Oklahoma.