Jan Kostyun

Jan Kostyun

Bates financial services expert Jan Kostyun has over 35 years of experience in computer systems and software development, enterprise architecture, and telecommunications including extensive experience in the wireless industry. Mr. Kostyun has broad telecom experience in both wireless and wireline disciplines. His wireless experience includes wireless telecommunications standards, text messaging internals, and in-depth experience with the end-to-end cellular provisioning process. His wireline/landline experience includes development of software systems to support business operations and provisioning of landline services, including overall architectural knowledge of the wireline business.

Mr. Kostyun is also recognized as an industry expert in the field of Local Number Portability (LNP) and the process of customer movement between cellular carriers, as well as significant experience in landline number portability and number pooling. He has a wide range of experience in database technologies as well as data analysis. Mr. Kostyun has held senior technical positions with Bell Telephone Laboratories, Exxon-USA, GTE and Verizon, as well as consulting positions with Informatics, Syniverse Technologies, Business Edge Solutions/EMC and eComp Consultants. His experience encompasses successful assignments in implementing eCommerce, Business Intelligence & Telecommunications systems in the U.S. and Canada, as well as a collaborative effort with the National Regulatory Agency of Colombia.

Mr. Kostyun’s extensive experience has enabled him to provide expert opinions, reports and analysis in legal matters covering trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement, software financial valuation and damage assessment, patent infringement, and litigation involving the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).



Independent Consultant, Middletown, NJ/Burlington, CT, 2012-present

eComp Consultants, Tampa, FL, Senior Consultant, 2009-2011

Independent Consultant, Tampa, FL, 2008-2009

BusinessEdge Solutions/EMC, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Senior Consultant, 2006-2008

Syniverse Technologies, Tampa, FL, Senior Technical Consultant, 2003-2005

Verizon Communications, Tampa, FL, Software Engineer

GTE Telephone Operations, Tampa, FL, Senior Advisory Systems Engineer

Exxon Company, USA, Houston, TX, Senior Database Analyst

Ford Aerospace, Houston, TX, Senior Database Analyst

Informatics, Inc., Houston, TX, Senior Consultant

GTE Data Services, Tampa, FL, Senior Systems Analyst

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Piscataway, NY, Technical Lead


Union College, Schenectady, NY, MS Computer Science, 1976

Union College, Schenectady, NY, BS Mathematics – magna cum laude


Wireless Communications: Syniverse/Telcordia Service Management Gateway (SMG), Canadian portability standards (CWNPG and CLOG), Wireless to Wireline (WPR to LSR) translation, Wireless Number Portability

(WNP) & WICIS Industry standards, InterCarrier Communications (ICC), Service Order Administration (SOA)/NPAC; and Tekelec LSMS database, Wireline Porting and PortFlow Management, Provisioning, GSM/CDMA technologies, SIM Card Provisioning

Telecommunications: Local Number Portability (LNP), Telephone Number Pooling (TNP), Telcordia's LSMS and SOA, Customer Contact, Provisioning & Operations, eCommerce applications

Database Technology: IBM IMS Database/Data Communication; DB2/SQL database design, Performance Optimization, Query Specialist; Informix; ORACLE; Logical Data Modeling; MS Access

Software Engineering: Enterprise integration, Order Entry/CRM, Trouble Management, Provisioning, Customer Billing, Work Allocation/Work Management, Inventory Management

Languages and Tools: IBM Assembler, FORTRAN, COBOL, C, C++, JAVA, Visual Basic, IMS DB/DC, CICS, DB2/SQL, Informix, Oracle, MS Access/SQL, HTML, MS Office, WordPress

Platforms: IBM Mainframe/370, IBM 4300, IBM 9700, IBM RS/6000, HP 9000, Sun SPARC, Windows-based PC

Operating Systems: IBM MVS, IBM DOS/VSE, AIX, HP-UX, UNIX, Solaris, MS-DOS, Windows

Professional: Published article in Computerworld, 9/24/84: “IBM ISPF Dialog Manager: More Than Meets the Eye”