Meet The Team

Founder/CEO

Don's Bio

Vice President

Mike's Bio

Datacenter Operations

Jay Dunn has almost 40 years of experience in Information Technology. His IT background includes programming, application development, networking and project management.

Jay grew up in Dallas, Texas. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Austin College in 1975. In 1980, he moved to Kerrville, Texas where he continued his education completing 35 semester hours of Accounting and related business at Schreiner College.

After spending several years helping to run family owned small businesses, Jay started working for application developers in the Land Title industry. Besides programming escrow accounting modules, Jay worked heavily with document imaging systems used for digitizing Title Plants (i.e. recorded documents, maps, policies and index information).

In 1995, this experience led to a contracted position at Kelly AFB in San Antonio where Jay designed, programmed and implemented a document imaging system used to digitize all of the Engineering Data Master History files for every weapon system managed at the San Antonio Air Logistics Center.

Jay’s success with that project led to additional DoD contract awards spanning the next 14 years.  These projects were global in scope and included the Air Force Library Information System, the Air Force Vulnerability Assessment Management Program and the Air Force Non-Appropriated Funds Purchasing Office Internet Based Purchasing System. In managing these projects, Jay gained extensive knowledge of networking, information assurance and regulatory compliance.

In 2008, tired of the commute and traveling, Jay joined AIM Services in their Kerrville location. Jay’s primary responsibility has been to utilize his background in networking and information assurance to design, manage and secure AIM’s datacenters and hosting architectures.

When Jay’s not in front of a computer or in one of AIM’s datacenters, you will either find him on the golf course or at one of the Texas Hill Country wineries.