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Daniel has extensive experience in the development and delivery of software solutions across a diverse set of industries. He has over 15 years experience of software development management, software delivery services and process design. Most recently, Daniel was overseeing the Atlanta software development organization for Cisco Systems, which included the Mobile Development Center of Excellence for Video as well as various integration groups for cable customers. Prior to Cisco, Daniel was a co-owner of Infinovate, establishing the software delivery services branch of business and executing business development. In this role, Daniel helped grow Infinovate by creating new and managing existing services as well as holding responsibility for account relationships. Previous to Infinovate, Daniel established the European Development and Delivery for Radiant Systems in Prague, CZ from the ground up. In this position, he exponentially grew the install base while building the office to up to 30+ engineers. This Radiant position was preceded by a process consulting role at Ernst & Young in the Middle Market Consulting organization. Daniel is a Georgia Tech graduate (BSISyE).
Kapil is a hands-on system and software architect with over 13 years of experience developing software, designing systems, and architecting solutions in a wide variety of domains ranging from pay TV, hospitality, and healthcare. After graduating from Georgia Tech with a B.S. in Computer Science, Kapil worked at Radiant Systems (now part of NCR) as an embedded systems developer. After leaving Radiant, and after a short stint at an IVR analytics startup, Kapil co-founded Infinovate, a software services and consulting company where he helped to design and develop next generation cable headend and settop box software as well as software to streamline business operations in the healthcare and real estate industries. After Infinovate, Kapil worked at NDS and Cisco, where he was employed as a systems architect working on IPTV initiatives across various cable and satellite MSOs.
Akash has worked in various aspects of software development across multiple industries. He began his career doing embedded software development for the defense department at Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin. Later he joined Infinovate and diversified to architecture, web development, mobile development, and enterprise server development for the pay TV market. Most recently at Cisco Systems, he managed the mobile development group for the Atlanta office. Akash is a two time graduate of Georgia Tech (BSCmpE, MSECE).
After graduating from Georgia Tech, Michael spent time independently developing iOS applications before joining Infinovate as a software engineer. He remained with the team as it was acquired by Cisco. At Cisco, Michael led the iOS development team. He designed and implemented Cisco's second screen SDK for iOS. Through this process Michael never missed an opportunity to get involved in as many projects as possible, always expanding his technical expertise.