The Cape Visions founders are:
Robert Shapiro: A pioneer in the development of modeling and
simulation at the University of Chicago, Robert has 44 years of
experience with computer software. An innovator of compiler technology
for IBM and Massachusetts Computer Associates. The founder of Meta
Information Applications and Meta Software Corporation where graphical
modeling and simulation of business processes was integrated with
workflow systems. An active contributor to the Workflow Management
Coalition and supporter of the use of international standards in
software. He is currently President and Chief Technology Officer.
Doug Reynolds: Doug has over 11 years of experience in process
improvement and workflow. Primarily as a Project Manager and
Consultant, he has worked on helping companies in the US, Europe, and
South Africa maximize their operational performance. After leaving
Cape Visions, Doug has been operating as an independent consultant
providing services to help improve business operations.
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Tommy Hansen: Tommy holds a Masters degree in Computer Science
from the University of Aarhus, Denmark. He has over 7 years of
experience designing and implementing software for process design and
analysis. As a senior consultant he has participated in workflow
projects at a number of large financial institutions in the US.
Tommy Hansen was a software architect at Cape Visions before joining
FileNet Corporation where he is now developing workflow analysis and
Torben B. Haagh: Torben also has a Masters degree in Computer
Science from the University of Aarhus. For over 7 years he has worked
extensively with simulation technology, ranging from the
implementation of simulators to the use of simulation in cost saving
projects at Fortune 500 companies. Torben initially held a position
as Director of Engineering and headed the European office. The European
office was closed and he is currently Software Team Leader and
Project Manager at Microsound - a newly founded company developing
an innovative alternative to traditional hearing aids.
Henrik Mejlgaard: Henrik holds a degree in Computer Science. He
has broad experience in software development in general and is an
expert in database application development. Most recently he was the
principal architect on a commercial document repository product.
He is currently a Senior Systems Developer at ITI A/S being the head
developer on a newly patented process quality insurance system named Pickolo.