Founder and CEO: Milford Estay

Milford Estay Ibarra is our CEO and Founder of SARCAN. Degree in Physics of the University of Chile, with post-graduate in Theoretical physics, Biology and Economics, possesses broad experience in Mathematical Modeling and complex Algorithm design; Data and Processes Modeling and Systemic Modeling to solve complex problems, packaging in software and automatizing processes for big companies. Expert Consultant in Revenue Management, implementation and automation for big companies in an international level. Milford Estay is the creator of SARCAN Method, method that is in service of Business Consulting and Projects that our company delivers to our clients.

Development Manager: Erick Navarro

Erick Navarro González is currently our Development Manager, in charge of all the developments of SARCAN systems. Erick is Computing Technician from the Technical University Federico Santa María. His areas of interest are Development, Analysis and Data Modeling.

Engineer in Technology and Services: Juan Pablo Pirce

Our technologies and systems must achieve the highest degrees of efficiency and effectiveness engaged to our clients, due to the fundamental the technological component is, it allows taking to the practice our optimization solutions. This is how Juan Pablo Pirce, our Engineer in Technology and Services, of Computer Engineering training, with knowledge in Java, Oracle, Windows, Rational IBM within others, is responsible of granting a correct execution of the SARCAN method.

Associated Consulter: Roberto Donoso

Roberto Donoso C. has Science Degree with major in physics, Master in Physical Science and Doctorate in Science with major in Physics, all degrees obtained in the University of Chile. Currently he is Professor of Theoretical and Experimental Physics in the Universities Central and Araucana and Assistant Professor in University of Chile. In the industrial area he has taken charges of engineer and investigation management, development and currently supports our company in the phases of mathematical modeling and design of complex algorithms, through his investigations in computing physics.