Chief Executive Officer
Greg joined his four brothers at Bentley Systems in 1991. Previously, he founded a financial trading software firm, which became part of SunGard Data Systems, Inc., an S&P 500 company on whose public-company board Greg served from 1991 through 2005. He holds an M.B.A. in finance and decision sciences from Wharton. Greg is a trustee of Drexel University, where he also serves as chairman of the advisory board for the Pennoni Honors College, and a trustee of the National Building Museum.
Keith A. Bentley
Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Keith is a founder of Bentley Systems and is the principal architect of the company’s technology directions. He has served as a director and an executive officer since Bentley’s inception, and was the company’s president until 1995 and CEO until 2000. He holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Delaware and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Florida. Keith is the primary inventor on numerous patents.
Barry J. Bentley, Ph.D.
Executive Vice President and Director
Barry is a founder of Bentley Systems and has served as a director and an executive officer since the company’s inception in 1984. He is one of the originators of MicroStation and has been continuously involved in the planning and development of Bentley’s software products and technology. Barry served as chairman of the board from 1984 to 1996. His software development career dates back to 1979, when he co-founded and served as vice president of Dynamic Solutions Corporation, developing products for data acquisition and analysis. Barry holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Delaware and an M.S. and Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the California Institute of Technology.
Raymond B. Bentley
Executive Vice President, Software Engineering
Ray is one of the original developers at Bentley Systems. He was the lead developer for MicroStation and chief architect in the Core-Graphics group. Ray earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a master’s degree in computer engineering from the University of Cincinnati.
Malcolm S. Walter
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President
Malcolm joined Bentley in 1999 and has served as COO and senior vice president since 2000. He is responsible for Bentley’s global sales, service and marketing organizations. Prior to joining Bentley, Malcolm served as CFO for R&B, Inc., a NASDAQ listed company and a worldwide distributor of automotive parts for aftermarket repair. Previously, he held positions in finance and operations with several technology companies. Malcolm is a C.P.A. and spent six years at Arthur Andersen. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Malcolm serves on the boards of Water for People and the Presidio Graduate School.
Chief Financial Officer
David has served as Bentley’s Chief Financial Officer since 2007. In addition, David leads Bentley’s IT, Business Intelligence and MANAGEservices functions. David is responsible for Bentley’s Portfolio Development activities, including M&A and Accelerated Commercial Development, and lends executive sponsorship and oversight to Bentley’s Offshore and Asset Performance Management solutions. Prior to joining Bentley, he was the CFO and a member of the board of directors for Broder Bros., Co., a $1 billion apparel distributor and Bain Capital portfolio company. David also served as a director in the M&A Transaction Services practice at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, LLP, where he specialized in international transactions. He is a C.P.A. and earned an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan.
Senior Vice President, Bentley Software
Bhupinder joined Bentley in 1994 and is the Senior Vice President of Bentley Software. His team is responsible for the strategic direction, development and delivery of Bentley’s industry leading software solutions for sustaining infrastructure. His prior roles at the company include managing director of sales for Bentley South Asia and senior vice president of the Platform Products Group. Prior to joining Bentley, Bhupinder held various software engineering positions at Montgomery Watson Hazra, Bell Labs and Intergraph Corporation. Bhupinder holds master’s degrees in Computer Science from Rutgers University, Structural Engineering from Vanderbilt University, and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from IIT Delhi. He also has a certificate in Management from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
David was named Bentley’s general counsel in 2015. Prior to this role, he served Bentley as deputy general counsel responsible for the day-to-day operations of the legal department’s global operations. David joined Bentley in 1998 and spent his first seven years in the company’s Hoofddorp, Netherlands, office. Prior to Bentley, he was with the Washington, D.C.-based law firm Covington & Burling LLP, in its Brussels, Belgium, office. David earned a juris doctorate degree from Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Senior Vice President, Project Delivery – Global
John was named Bentley’s senior vice president, project delivery – global in 2015, after serving as Bentley’s senior vice president of North American Operations since 2000. Prior to Bentley, he held vice president positions at Integic and Cabletron, where he led federal sales, Middle East, and mid-Atlantic sales and operations. John also served as director of federal at Intergraph Corporation. He earned a degree in mathematics from the University of Oklahoma and was decorated for his service as an officer in the United States Army.
Senior Vice President, Infrastructure Owners – Global
Ted was named Bentley’s senior vice president, infrastructure owners – global in 2015, after serving as Bentley’s senior vice president of civil and geospatial global operations since 2007. In his previous positions with Bentley Ted was senior vice president of international operations from 2000-2007, president of Bentley Asia/Pacific from 1998-2000, and vice president of sales for Bentley Europe, Middle East, and Africa from 1994 through 1997. Prior to joining Bentley, Ted served for 13 years at Intergraph Europe, the European headquarters of Intergraph Corporation. He holds a degree in geodetic engineering from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands and several post-graduate diplomas in computer engineering and development.
Jean-Baptiste "JB" Monnier, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President, Bentley Asia Operations
Jean-Baptiste has served as Bentley’s senior vice president of Asia Operations since 2005. From 2001 to 2005, he led Bentley Plant Sales for the international operating unit from Paris, France. Jean-Baptiste joined Bentley headquarters in 1994 as vice president of corporate marketing and was later appointed to manage the geoengineering (geospatial and civil) software spanision. Prior to joining Bentley, he headed an engineering department at DUMEZ, an international EPC, now part of Vinci, the largest construction company in the world. Earlier he managed a research laboratory at the French National Research Agency (CRNS) in solar energy thermodynamics. Jean-Baptiste holds a Ph.D. from IIT, the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, an MS degree from INSA in Lyon, France, and an executive MBA from HEC in Paris.
Senior Vice President, Bentley CONNECT LEARNservices
George joined Bentley in 1986. Prior to assuming responsibility for LEARNservices, he held various executive positions at Bentley including senior vice president, Global Professional Services; senior vice president responsible for managing Bentley’s business in Greater China; senior vice president responsible for The Viecon Network; senior vice president, strategic planning; and president of WorkPlace System Solutions, the Bentley strategic affiliate that developed ProjectWise. Prior to joining Bentley, George spent seven years in various management positions at Intergraph Corporation, Intergraph Europe, and Intergraph Canada. He has a bachelor of commerce degree from the University of Calgary and an M.B.A. from Duke University, Fuqua School of Business.
Vice President, Corporate Communications
Chris joined Bentley as vice president of corporate marketing in 2008 and was named to his current position in 2012. A registered architect, Chris left architectural practice in 1983 to pursue a career in the marketing of computer-aided-design software to the AEC industry. Prior to joining Bentley he served as marketing director for the AEC Market Group at Autodesk and as corporate marketing manager of Softdesk and senior marketing manager at Intergraph. Chris holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and geography from Middlebury College and a master’s degree in architecture degree from Harvard University.
Chief Marketing Officer
Carey joined Bentley in 2000 and has held several senior roles including vice president of industry marketing and vice president of solutions. He was named chief marketing officer in 2015. Before joining Bentley, Carey was chief operating officer of HMR, a digital imaging software vendor acquired by Bentley in 2000; the executive vice president of Morgan Technologies, a rules-based design and electronic cataloguing vendor for the door, window, and millwork supply chain; and a founder and the vice president, operations of Greentree Technologies, a developer of digitizer-based estimating software. Carey earned a bachelor’s degree in history from McGill University, in Montreal, and an MBA from the University of Ottawa.
Chief Talent Officer
Florence was named chief talent officer in 2015. She is responsible for all Bentley colleague talent management and talent development, while also overseeing the company’s global human resources functions to ensure their alignment with Bentley’s talent management strategy. Prior to being named to her current position, Zheng served as Bentley vice president of talent management. Over the past decade she has led Bentley’s human resources associated with creating and developing the company’s highly effective Asia organization. Zheng began her career with Shell in various roles, including recruiting, compensation, and business HR. She also served in a human resources management position with GE Energy in China. Zheng earned a bachelor’s degree from Shanghai International Studies University and an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.