In 2005, AliusDoc was founded to better help customers do three things:
- Efficiently and cost-effectively sort, index, and capture data from documents.
- Get the most out of their currently installed systems and work processes.
- Fill in the gaps between what you have, and additional products and services you need.
The core members of AliusDoc possesses over fifty combined years of experience with document imaging, data capture, I/OCR technologies, forms design and extensive knowledge of forms processing applications within the horizontal marketplace as well as specific vertical application expertise within the health care, financial and government sectors.
Mr. Karimi specializes in creating and optimizing business logic for document processing, and providing application development services to diverse Fortune 500 businesses.
Before co-founding AliusDoc, Mr. Karimi spent many years at Captiva (now an EMC division) as Software Development Project Manager, where he was responsible for many cycles of upgrades to their award-winning health insurance claim processing solution (ClaimPakT), providing product customization services for both customers, and for internal groups as the "go-to" top-level expert. Prior to Captiva, he held similar roles at ISG , IRI and Dun & BradStreet software.
Mr. Traite specializes in data recognition, systems specification and implementation, system analysis and optimization, providing high-volume business-critical processing components into many types of industries.
Before co-founding AliusDoc, Mr. Traite spent many years as a principal engineer at Captiva (now an EMC division), where he was responsible for creating their award- winning health insurance claim processing solution (ClaimPakT), back-room recognition components, statistical tuning components, reusable business rule components, and performing analysis and selection of 3rd party components. Prior to Captiva, he developed Business-to-Business software at Applied Learning and CLSI. He holds a bachelor's degree in science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a master's degree in software engineering from Wang Institute.
Board of advisors:
Mr. Weiss founder and chief executive officer, of Market Shield Capital, has devoted much of his career to the development of innovative financial services and products. In 1991 he co-founded Case Shiller Weiss, Inc. and was chief executive officer through 2004. CSW produces CASA, an automated property valuation service, and the S&P Case Shiller Home Price Indexes now traded on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. CSW was acquired by Fiserv, Inc. in 2002. Mr. Weiss is also co-founder of MacroMarkets LLC and served as its chief executive officer from 1999 to 2005. MacroMarkets is the creator of Macro Securities. Mr. Weiss conceived of the essential idea, originally called "proxy assets," and was co-developer of the patented invention that underlies Macro Securities. The first Macro Security, which seeks to track the benchmark price movement of crude oil, trades on the American Stock Exchange. Mr. Weiss has co-authored a number of articles in academic journals concerning the establishment of liquid markets and hedging instruments. He holds a BA in computer science and physics from Brandeis and an MBA from Yale.
Mr. Stern has been Manager of Systems Development at the Harvard University Library Office for Information Systems since 2004, where he is responsible for developing and maintaining digital library software and systems that support the academic and research mission of the University, including the Harvard Digital Repository Service and associated data ingest, cataloging and public access applications and web services. Before joining Harvard, Randy spent many years as a software developer, and was Vice President for Software Development at Captiva Software, Symbus Technology, and Kurzweil Computer Products - companies involved in document scanning, optical character recognition, and reading machines for the blind. He has a masters degree in EE/CS from MIT.
Samuel L. Rodriguez
Mr. Rodriguez is of counsel of the law. His practice concentrates on the representation of emerging businesses in technology, the protection of intellectual property rights and interests, and complex commercial litigation. He has tried jury cases in federal and state court and has successfully briefed and argued before the United States First Circuit and the Massachusetts Appellate Court.