Charles Laymon has worked in software development since 1989.
A graduate of Wake Forest University
was quick to recognize the power of computing by developing a software solution for administering Flexible Spending Accounts (Medical and Dependent Care).
Once implemented, the reduction in administrative effort could be measured in days by the customer.
This success sparked a career-long interest in bringing the power of computing to small and large business.
Most recently the issue of adopting practices and patterns to ensure the longevity of software has taken a front seat in the software community.
With shrinking IT budgets and a tough competitive landscape, all businesses possess a keen interest in ensuring their business software investment can stand the test of time.
Over the years, Charles Laymon has understood this need for maximizing software tool potential, and to that end he founded StepQuest in order to help promote the use of robust software development patterns and practices.