Emerging Industries | Technology
Groupware Technologies | Wauwatosa
In 2018, Andy Nunemaker sold Dynamis Software Corp, the West Allis-based sales software company he founded six years prior, to Illinois-based Applied Systems. He went on to hold a senior VP role at Applied, and today is chief executive officer of health care software company Groupware Technologies. Prior to founding Dynamis, Nunemaker was an executive at GE Healthcare and later CEO of EMSystems. In 2020, Nunemaker was among the group of investors who purchased Glendale-based Sprecher Brewing Co. from its founder; he serves as chairman of the board. He also sits on the boards of Northwestern Mutual, EmOpti and ConsortiEX. His current nonprofit board service includes the Milwaukee Art Museum, Sculpture Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
Education: Bachelor’s, Valparaiso University; master’s, Georgia Tech; MBA, Harvard University
First car: “My parents bought a Pontiac Tempest from Ernie von Schledorn the year I was born. I drove that car during high school and kept it well into my 20s.”
Favorite destination: “I love Puerto Vallarta and try to go several times each year.”
Hobby/passion: “I love photography and wish I spent more time pursuing it. In years past, I would walk 4 miles just to take the perfect photo.”
What would make Wisconsin better: “Wisconsin has so much going for it. I would love to change our election process to try to loosen the chokehold the two-party system has on our state and nation. I’ve been a public advocate for five-forward, rank choice voting.”