The numberGo Team


Lee Andrews

Lee is numberGo's President. He is a specialist in the creation of B2B information delivery systems for the rapidly evolving publishing marketplace. At numberGo he focuses on the company's planning, business development, and alliance partnerships.

Prior to numberGo Lee was a co-founder of SageMaker, an e-business solutions company, where he created strategic alliances with information providers in multiple verticals around the globe including energy, financial, scientific, healthcare, and heavy and light manufacturing industries. The company's SageWave subscription portal provided single point-of-access to real-time news, newsletters, internal and external research repositories, databases and business applications. Lee and his partners sold SageMaker in 2001.

Lee holds a B.S. in Finance from the University of Vermont School of Business Administration.

Mikhail Kuzemchenko

Mikhail is numberGo's CTO. He is recognized as one of the world's leading experts in database and application design, specializing in enterprise information integration and content management software, and holds multiple patents for subscription data distribution technology and computer-aided design of composite materials. He is also a well-known provider of due diligence for merger-and-acquisition and venture capital clients.

Prior to numberGo Mikhail held various positions in the energy and aerospace sectors before co-founding SageMaker, an e-business solutions company, where he was the chief architect for the company's industry-leading products. Mikhail and his partners sold SageMaker in 2001.

Mikhail holds a master's degree in Physics from the prestigious Moscow Steel and Alloys University.

Brian S.

Brian J. Scanlan

Brian is numberGo's founder. He is a serial entrepreneur and investor in early-stage companies in the technology, energy, and materials sectors.

Prior to numberGo Brian co-founded ZaiNet Software, a provider of foreign exchange trading platforms to Fortune 500 banking clients. Brian leveraged the company's expertise in transaction processing and risk management to enter the energy business, and after rebranding the company as Caminus Corporation he and his partners executed an IPO in 2000 (NASDAQ: CAMZ). The company was subsequently acquired by SunGard Data Systems in 2003.

Brian holds a B.S. in Finance and Economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.