CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER & FOUNDER
Brient’s career includes over 40 years of innovation in three industries: dairy, advertising and media, and computer hardware and software technology.
Brient began his career at Mayfield Dairy Farms, a successful family dairy products company where he also served on its Board of Directors until the company was sold to Dean Foods in 1991.
Brient’s technology companies developed computer systems for food product formulation, process control, financial management, and route optimization. Brient also co-founded 13-30 Corporation, the predecessor to Whittle Communications.
At Whittle Communications, Brient was Vice President and Publisher of the magazine, Tennessee Illustrated. Brient founded Optimal Answers, and the Optimal family of innovative decision optimization software solutions is his vision. Brient has a Bachelor’s degree in Dairy Manufacturing from The University of Tennessee.
PRESIDENT & CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Milton’s career includes 35 year of building businesses and scaling revenues in technology and medical industries as well as in government roles. Milton has managed organizations with as many as 2,000 employees and is a renown marketing executive.
Milton has been CEO of Coastal Mississippi, CEO of Meet Puerto Rico, VP Business Development and Marketing Grupo HIMA San Pablo, CEO Nova Infusion, and Secretary of Commerce for Puerto Rico.
Milton has a BS from The University of Puerto Rico; graduate courses at Cornell University in Hotel Management and at Ashridge Business Institute in UK as well as other Executive Education programs.
Benjamin joined the Optimal Development Team in 2015 to migrate the Optimal Windows product to the web. Ben is expert in Advanced.NET language programming (C#, ASP), database administration, SQL Server database, and full life-cycle software development.
He was Computer Programming Technical Training Instructor for the 333rd Training Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base, MS. Benjamin has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Southern Mississippi.