President and CEO
Bruce L Koch is the founder of Net56, Inc. and currently serves as President and CEO. He has over 35 years of engineering, systems design, networking and interfacing technology experience. Bruce is responsible for the company’s strategic direction, develops proprietary technologies, and establishes corporate sales and marketing goals. In addition, he drives the company’s growth in information technology (IT) infrastructure management services while remaining proactively involved in the management of clients’ information technology infrastructure. Bruce has directed Net56 to examine partnership opportunities and acquire technologies that will allow the company to grow market share in selected traditional corporate and educational markets.
Don Robinson is Net56’s COO and leads all day-to-day operations. He holds a BS in Economics, a B of Music in Music Education, and a Master of Business Administration. Also, he holds an educator license at the Illinois State Board of Education with Superintendent and Chief School Business Official endorsements. In his role, Don is responsible for all client operations and deliverables, both in the field and at headquarters. Don joined Net56 in 2008 and has worked in finance and technology for more than 35 years.
Howard Lim is the Information Services Manager for Net56 and is the expert on software implementation and server management. He has been with Net56 for 15 years and has abundant knowledge working with our school districts. Howard graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering.
Dave Kusch is our Network Operations Manager. Dave has been with Net56 for two years and has an extensive background as a Senior Systems Engineer, Network Administrator, and owned and operated his own IT consulting company. He also has incredible knowledge of Data Center Operations.
Larry Schwartz is Net56’s Business Development Manager. Before joining Net56, Larry spent 10 years providing resource management solutions to the K-12 market and two years at a technology start-up.