About Hexawise

Our passionate team is based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, close to Research Triangle Park.

We created Hexawise to help software testers achieve more coverage in fewer tests. Hexawise Inc. does one thing and we do it well; we deliver an easy-to-use test case generator that lets users test smarter, not harder. At Hexawise, we consider ourselves not so much a Software as a Service provider as we are a Software and a Service provider.

Launched in 2009, the early work of Hexawise was literally performed in a garage. Since leaving our garage, we’ve quickly gained acceptance and broad usage at many Fortune 500 firms.

Today, Hexawise is in use at:

  • 3 out of the 10 largest IT consulting firms in the world (including > 5,000 Hexawise users at a single global IT and consulting firm)
  • 3 of the 10 largest banks in the world
  • 4 of the 40 largest insurance companies in the world
  • 2 of the 10 largest aerospace firms in the world

Our Leadership Team

Justin Hunter

CEO, Founder

Before founding Hexawise in 2009, Justin worked at Accenture where he led several firm-wide initiatives. He spearheaded the adoption of pair-wise test design approaches that doubled tester productivity. Justin received a CEO award for the initiative’s success.

Passionate about spreading awareness of software test design techniques, Justin has taught test design methods to software testers on 6 continents. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and makes it a priority to listen to testers and understand their challenges.

By making it easy for software testers to design efficient and effective software tests, Justin is following in his father's footsteps. Justin's father, Dr. William G. Hunter, was a leading Design of Experiments expert who worked in many industries designing experiments that were scientifically-optimized to maximize the amount of actionable information revealed in each experiment.

Justin graduated from Georgetown University (Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude) and earned a JD/MBA from the University of Virginia.

Lenora Midyette

CFO

Before co-founding Hexawise, Lenora worked in corporate finance at JP Morgan Chase for 7 years in New York, Hong Kong and London, most recently as a Vice President. She has worked on arranging more than $4 billion worth of debt and equity transactions for Companies globally.

Lenora excels at multitasking and makes sure that we are meeting our daily deadlines as well as longer term goals while staying on budget. She loves world travel and has traveled to more than 40 countries on 6 continents for work and pleasure.

She has a BS-Business Administration from the University of North Carolina, an MBA from the University of Virginia, and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Jordan Weck

VP, Customer Success

Prior to Hexawise, Jordan worked for General Electric as an Associate in their internal audit and advisory practice, the Corporate Audit Staff. He also graduated from GE's Financial Management Program while working at GE Aviation. His roles spanned Mergers & Acquistions, Supply Chain and Engine Services, Controllership, Financial Planning & Analysis, and Government Contracts.

Jordan leads the team dedicated to helping customer's acheive their goals. He lives and breathes increasing feature adoption and usage, telling people about the benefits of combinatorial test design, and brainstorming new techniques for using Hexawise.

Jordan studied Business Administration and German Literature at the University of North Carolina, where he was a GLOBE Scholar.

Sean Johnson

CTO

Sean has worked for 20+ years as a software engineer and product manager at IBM and at various start-ups, including 11 years in the CTO role. He speaks at software development conferences about functional programming and product management, and he wrote an iOS development book when the iOS SDK was first released.

Sean has worked on lots of overly complex enterprise software, so he's passionate about keeping Hexawise’s user experience simple and intuitive. He's also excited about functional programming languages such as Clojure and Erlang.

Sean studied Computer Science and Philosophy at Clemson and the University of North Carolina.