CEO, Beep, Inc.
JOE MOYE CEO, Beep Joe Moye has over 35 years of experience as a business executive and entrepreneur across the technology industry serving both the private and public sectors. As the CEO of Beep Inc., Mr. Moye leads their efforts in the safe testing of electric, autonomous vehicles to serve the needs of public and private communities seeking to extend mobility for all in the United States. He has actively engaged with the Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to promote openness and transparency in the testing of autonomous vehicles across the industry to leverage data and learnings to advance this important area of innovation.
Joe is a recognized expert and regular speaker in industry on the importance of U.S. leadership in autonomous transportation to positively impact safety, sustainability, mobility equity and technology innovation in our Country.
Before joining Beep, Joe was President of the Software Division and General Manager of the Public Sector Business Unit for Virtustream, a leading enterprise cloud services and software company. He was a member of the executive team which successfully integrated the business, post-acquisition, into Dell Technologies. Prior to that, Joe served as President of Blackbaud's (BLKB) Enterprise Software Group where he led the transformation of the group's migration to a highly successful SAAS platform and business model. Joe also previously held the position of CEO for Capgemini’s U.S. Public Sector Company where he led multiple strategic technology transformation programs for the Departments of Transportation, Defense, Homeland Security and Agriculture. He originally founded Gazelle Consulting, a branded leader of strategic services in data modeling, data enrichment and analytics for the financial services industry. This business was acquired by Adjoined Consulting and ultimately by Capgemini in 2006.
Joe holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Florida State University he is active in the community having served on multiple boards.