Management biographies

Matt Link, CEO and President

As CEO and president, Matt Link sets H&W's strategic direction, oversees business planning, and is responsible for setting long-term and short-term goals. He guides H&W in executing current initiatives and pursuing new product opportunities. His vision is always to deliver ever-greater value to customers and the market through the company's software and service.

Link became CEO in early 2016 and president in July 2014. Previously, he served as the director of business development, and he began his career with H&W in 1998 as part of the sales team.

Link holds a Master of Business Administration degree and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing from Boise State University.

Julie Bouvier, Director of Communications and Operations

Julie Bouvier, who joined H&W in 1994, has built a career on more than 30 years of technology and managerial experience. In her current position, Bouvier holds overall responsibility and governance for the direction of finance, human resources, IT, and facilities management. As a member of the management team, Bouvier participates in setting H&W's strategic direction and overseeing the creation and implementation of standards, technology, and processes to ensure the company meets its strategic goals.

Prior to joining H&W, Bouvier spent more than 15 years in IT management at Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies.

Roy Farren, Development Manager

As the development manager, Roy Farren contributes to the direction of H&W's software and oversees the team that implements coding and testing and provides support. Farren comes to this position after serving as an H&W systems engineer, assisting current customers and supplying technical expertise to prospective ones. Prior to joining H&W in 2008, Farren worked for more than 25 years in technical positions at American Airlines, IBM United Kingdom, and a major mainframe software company.

Farren holds a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in Computer Science from Paisley University, now called the University of the West of Scotland.