Bre Callear

Deer Sharpshooter. Storm chaser. Sales / Marketing Manager.

Bre grew up in Illinois where she studied meteorology and art. After moving to Texas, she got her first job by sweet-talking her way into BIS, and has been here ever since. Bre deeply understands the company’s core offerings, after working as a GIS Coordinator as well as 78 other roles. In her six years at BIS, she has successfully built the company’s first CRM, sales plans, implemented new systems, built a Viking Ship out of cardboard and other props for conferences, processed contracts and designed monkey logos on hats. Her favorite thing about working at BIS is that she walks into something new every day.
  • Perfect day: Deer hunting then storm chasing.

  • Last show binged watched: Vikings.

  • Favorite fur balls: Black & yellow labs Trigger & Diesel.

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Greg Jones

Music Aficionado. Pinball Machine Collector. Chief Strategy Officer.

Greg has experience working for all “big three” firms in the Appraisal and Taxation Software Industry and brings the best from each of them to BIS. Greg wears giant bifocals that allow him two distinct optical powers: to craft a road map and plan BIS’ long-term strategy, but also zoom in to oversee the daily activities of the Development team.

If you have met Greg, you will know him for life. He’s a long-term relationship builder who believes, “Together we can do bigger and better things.”

  • First concert: Helen Reddy.

  • Fun fact: Greg has attended 37 Motley Crue concerts, including their closing tour in 2015 in LA.

  • Dream day: Starts with taking care of two needy bulldogs (Bo & Sissy), then diving into his hobbies of cars & pinball machines and finishing the evening with a cocktail.

Published On: April 19th, 2021 / Categories: Employee Stories /

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