Skunkwerks Software Inc. is a Vancouver, British Columbia-based software company that creates highly customized interactive database driven enterprise level rich internet applications.
The company’s first application, Laboratory Management Systems, was created for the academic biotechnology and life sciences sector. Skunkwerks has since authored numerous other software systems ranging from cable television scheduling to workflow intensive business process systems. Our expertise lies in software development consulting and our focus is on building lasting and evolving relationships with our customers. We are proud of the innovative and comprehensive data management solutions we create for our customers.
Over the last nine years, Skunkwerks has earned the confidence and loyalty of its clientele through its customer-focused approach to application scoping, design, development, implementation and training. The result of the company’s emphasis on careful planning and exceptional communications is software solutions that are designed to capture workplace efficiencies and improve productivity because they are dynamic and easy to use.
In 2012, Skunkwerks spun off Skunkwerks Kinetic, a video-game development company, which released an iPad game in 2014 and is developing a 3D sequel game in collaboration with science fiction author William Gibson.
In March 2015, Skunkwerks sold its controlling interest in its second spin-off, iClinic Inc. Originally developed for Vancouver General Hospital, iClinic continues to use the Health IT product developed at Skunkwerks.
We pride ourselves in our ability to provide customized, innovative and comprehensive data management solutions.
Ian Jardine B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc
CEO and Co-founder
Ian Jardine has more than twenty years of experience as a Software Developer and manager of large-scale software projects. His experience includes seven years as a Programmer Analyst at the University of British Columbia, four years as a System Administrator at the Biomedical Research Centre, and nine years as Director of IT during his time at Immgenics Pharmaceuticals, Abgenix Biopharma and Amgen. He was awarded his M.Sc in Computer Modelling from UBC and his B.Sc (Hons) in Theoretical Physics from Carleton University.
Julio Carneiro BSCS
CTO and Co-founder
Julio Carneiro has more than forty years of experience as a Systems Analyst, Software Developer and Application Designer and has been responsible for enterprise level application development at MTV, ESPN, HBO Latin America, Abgenix Biopharma and Amgen. Julio is one of the chief architects of the Skunkwerks framework used in all Skunkwerks applications. Julio divides his time between the Brazilian and Vancouver Skunkwerks offices and manages the Brazilian office of two software developers. He was awarded his BSCS from Universidade de São Paulo.
Craig Martin B.Sc
COO and Co-founder
Craig Martin has more than nineteen years of experience as a Business Analyst and manager in the technology industry. His experience includes stints as a Senior Systems Analyst at Immgenics Pharmaceuticals, a Senior Programmer at Abgenix Biopharma and Director of Application Development at Amgen. At Abgenix, he led efforts to streamline data access and organization across multiple geographical locations by creating collaborative systems between the Vancouver, B.C. and San Francisco, CA offices and manufacturing sites. He was awarded a B.Sc in Biology from UBC..
Kevin Brown BA, BCS
Kevin Brown joined Skunkwerks in 2013. He brings his talent and experience as a software engineer to the role of Project Manager. Kevin is also responsible for mentoring new engineers who join Skunkwerks. He holds a BA in Asian Language and Culture (Japan focus) and a BCS in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia.
Ivo Marjanović BA, BCS
Ivo Marjanović joined Skunkwerks in 2015. Prior to joining the company, Ivo worked as a freelance web developer for eight years, and helped build products for local companies including the Arts Club Theatre Company and Pacific National Exhibition. He holds a BA in Political Science and a BCS in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia.