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Leading the Market with Mobile Data Collection Solutions for Testing & Inspection

16 years ago Mi-Corporation pioneered data capture on tablets and coined the term “mobile data collection”. Ever since Mi-Corporation has been providing the technology which allows the Testing, Inspection and Certification industry to mobilize and automate their mission-critical data capture and related processes. Mi-Corporation’s Mobile Impact Platform provides a rich and powerful toolset that allows organizations to custom build flexible solutions that improve workforce efficiencies, increase productivity, reduce costs and increase profits.

You will find our solutions deployed across a diverse industry base and in use at organizations like Transport for London, Security Alarm, Bureau Veritas, the NC Department of Agriculture, the United Nations, The US Dept. of Transportation, and many others. In addition, Mi-Corporation is the proud recipient of many prestigious industry awards including a 2015 and 2016 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award for our work in the Public Sector.

Mi-Corporation Executive Team

Greg Clary

CEO and Co-Founder

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Greg Clary

CEO and Co-Founder

Dr. Greg Clary holds eleven U.S. patents related to mobile data capture and has additional patents pending. Prior to co-founding Mi-Corporation, he was with the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center working on handwriting recognition and pen input systems. Results of the work were published by IEEE, and the IBM handwriting recognition product was recognized with industry awards. One of the novel pen input systems of the IBM team became the CrossPad from the A.T. Cross Pen Computing Group. He previously served as President of Epiteleo, Inc., a North Carolina developer of handwriting-based electronic personal information management software and handwriting-based electronic messaging software. Dr. Clary has been active in leading the development of Mi-Corporation’s Mi-Forms since the product’s inception. His research interests include statistical pattern recognition, image processing, and the design of flexible and scalable enterprise information systems. He holds the B.S.E. and the M.S.E.E. degrees from Duke University and the Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Will Shook

Chief Revenue Officer

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Will Shook

Chief Revenue Officer

Will Shook has operated in both COO and Sales & Marketing Vice President roles. He has a solid track record in growing revenue and carving out sales frontiers. His ability to build and motivate high-value, high-touch sales teams and to continuously identify new process and performance opportunities have made him a major contributor to technology companies through exceptional periods of sustained growth.

Over one five-year period, Will grew sales at a vertical market software provider by 1,500%. At another, mature company, Will helped the company realize a CAGR of 71% over 9 years, multiple INC 500 awards, and eight consecutive RTP Fast 50 awards. He has served on the National Advisory Boards of BMC Software, Symantec, and Sun Microsystems and served multiple terms on the board of the Society of Information Managers of NC.

Most recently Will was Managing Partner at Accelerence a business services firm that helped growth stage technology companies confidently cross the chasm from great product to great business. Will and his team brought sophisticated operational capability, business development channels and strategic financing resources to accelerate revenue growth and ultimately grow enterprise value. They consistently created 50+% yearly growth for their clients.

Chris DiPierro

CTO

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Chris DiPierro

CTO

Chris DiPierro is Chief Technology Officer with more than 12 years experience developing enterprise-level mobile computing solutions. Mr. DiPierro leads a technical team in the development of Mi-Corporation's flagship Designer, Client, and Server software products for mobile electronic data capture. Mr. DiPierro holds four patents in the area of handwriting recognition and the processing of handwritten data. Additionally, he oversees Mi-Corporation's CFR 21 Part 11 validation efforts that enable Mi-Forms use in the highly regulated clinical research and pharmaceutical industries. He joined Mi-Corporation in 2000 and previously managed a technical team at IBM. Mr. DiPierro holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.

David Nakamura

VP, Customer Success

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David Nakamura

VP, Customer Success

To facilitate Mi-Corporation’s dedication to quality, David Nakamura currently serves as the Vice President of Customer Success for Mi-Corporation. Before starting at Mi-Corporation, he worked as a teacher in California and developed his technical skills in the school computer lab. In 2000, David began testing Mi-Corporation products which were centered around the Palm OS. Soon after, he also began supporting customers as a technical support specialist. With support for .NET scripting in Mi-Corporation Mi-Forms, David learned Visual Basic to assist customers with their form needs. To help with the development of Mi-Forms System products and customization needs in the Microsoft .NET, ASP.NET, Windows Phone, Android, and iOS environments, David has acquired skills in C# and web technologies such as JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS3. In 2004, David moved to the Seattle area to establish a west coast office for Mi-Corporation's nearby customers and partners. In his spare time, David enjoys hiking, running, racquetball, and photography. He is an Eagle Scout. David holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of Puget Sound.

Mi-Corporation Board of Directors

James B. Clary

Chairman and Co-Founder

James B. Clary

Chairman and Co-Founder

Jim Clary brings more than 30 years of computer software and hardware experience to Mi-Co. Prior to co-founding the company, Clary served as Vice President of Electronics and Systems for the Research Triangle Institute - a research and development organization providing technical services for technology commercialization, decision support, education and training, environment, health and pharmaceuticals to meet enterprise and government needs. At RTI, Clary was responsible for five P&L centers with a total staff of over 135 people. Before becoming a VP of RTI, Clary founded and headed the Digital Systems Research Department for the identification, development and implementation of digital systems. He also held prior positions at AT&T Bell Telephone Laboratories, Applied Science Associates, Inc., and as a 1st Lt. in the Avionics Laboratory of the US Army Electronics Command.

Clary holds a Bachelors and Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University and has completed all Ph.D. course work in Electrical Engineering at Duke University. In addition, Clary has attended various management training courses at the MIT Sloan School of Management, UNC-Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler School of Business and The Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC.

G. Kinsey Roper, III

Glenbrook Hills Capital

G. Kinsey Roper, III

Glenbrook Hills Capital

G. Kinsey Roper, III is the Founder and Managing Partner of Glenbrook Hills Capital LLC, a lower middle market private equity firm focusing on the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. In addition, he is a Co-Founder and Partner of Sustainable Community Partners, LLC. Prior to this, Mr. Roper was a Partner and Managing Director at Cherokee Investment Partners LLC, a Raleigh, North Carolina-based multi-fund private equity firm managing over $2 billion in assets. Prior to joining Cherokee in 2005, he was the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Brighton Partners LLC, an Atlanta, Georgia-based private equity firm. Mr. Roper began his career in commercial lending with the Chemical Bank in New York. Since 1984, he has held Principal/Partner positions with several private equity firms including Ruddick Investment Company and North Riverside Ventures. In addition, Mr. Roper was an Executive Vice President with BellSouth Corporation where he led strategic planning and corporate development for BellSouth International and BellSouth Wireless in the 1990's. In addition to Mi-Co, Mr. Roper serves on the board of Create Your Dreams and the advisory board of Holocene, LLC and Friends of Cliff Asbury. Mr. Roper received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill where he was a Morehead Scholar.

Marvin L. Welton

Metro IS

Marvin L. Welton

Metro IS

Mr. Welton has over 27 years of experience as an information technology professional. Upon receiving his bachelor’s degree in education from East Carolina University, Mr. Welton taught school for two years before entering the information technology industry. He joined Hospital Data Center of Virginia as a member of the technical staff providing business and medical systems to 10 to 15 hospitals in Virginia and North Carolina. He then served as product manager and marketing and sales manager for SATCOM, a developer of manufacturing and distribution software. Mr. Welton worked the next 16 years with Metro Information Services as marketing director and division director. He also supported the growth of new offices throughout the southeast, and he founded the Raleigh, NC regional office.

John Mazzarino

Cherokee Investments

John Mazzarino

Cherokee Investments

John Mazzarino is Co-Founder and Managing Principal of Cherokee Investment Partners, a private equity real estate investment manager focused on the acquisition, remediation, management and development of brownfields in North America and Europe. Cherokee has raised four funds with aggregate commitments exceeding $2 billion. John is also Co-Founder of Cherokee Ventures, a venture and middle market private equity investor, Cherokee Renewables, a brownfield solar investor, Cherokee Tower, a cell tower company, and Brownfield Revitalization, a three times New Markets Tax Credits allocatee. His responsibilities include strategy, capital raising, investor relations and investment management.

Prior to forming Cherokee John was a Manager with Bain & Company in Boston, MA. He serves as Chairman of Hometown America, an owner of manufactured housing communities, and is a director of Cherokee Gives Back, Cherokee’s philanthropic arm, and the North Carolina Opera. John received a BA in mathematics from Colgate University where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and an MS in management from MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

Greg Clary

CEO and Co-Founder

Greg Clary

CEO and Co-Founder

Dr. Greg Clary holds eleven U.S. patents related to mobile data capture and has additional patents pending. Prior to co-founding Mi-Corporation, he was with the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center working on handwriting recognition and pen input systems. Results of the work were published by IEEE, and the IBM handwriting recognition product was recognized with industry awards. One of the novel pen input systems of the IBM team became the CrossPad from the A.T. Cross Pen Computing Group. He previously served as President of Epiteleo, Inc., a North Carolina developer of handwriting-based electronic personal information management software and handwriting-based electronic messaging software. Dr. Clary has been active in leading the development of Mi-Corporation’s Mi-Forms since the product’s inception. His research interests include statistical pattern recognition, image processing, and the design of flexible and scalable enterprise information systems. He holds the B.S.E. and the M.S.E.E. degrees from Duke University and the Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Technical Advisory Team

Ralph Cavin, NCSU/SRC

Wayne Clark, Cisco/NCSU

Dr. Thomas K. Miller, Vice Provost for Distance Education and Learning Technology, NCSU

Alan Ying, M.D., Former CEO, Mercury MD

Business Advisory Team

Bert Maggart, Chief of Staff, RTI International

Steve Griffith, former Chief Counsel and Chairman of the Board of Duke Power Company

Richard Holcomb, Serial Entrepreneur, Research Triangle Region

Kurt von Koch, President, FM Systems

Barrett Joyner, Vice President of Marketing Emeritus, Mi-Corporation

Mi-Corporation in the Community

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Communities in Schools

Communities in Schools of Wake County connects students with community resources and educational opportunities to help them succees in school and life. Mi-Corporation has supported their efforts by providing resources and sponsoring CIS of Wake County as the User Day/PartnerEd Community Connection since 2003.

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Walk for Hope

The Walk for Hope is the annual event for the Foundation for Hope for the research and treatment of mental illness. The mission of the Foundation of Hope is to promote scientific research aimed at discovering the causes and potential cures for mental illness in order to develop a more effective means of treatment. In 2006, the Mi-Corporation team joined in the fund raising efforts and contributed time, energy and funds to this worthwhile community program.

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Transitions LifeCare

Mi-Corporation won third place in the Go-Kart races to benefit Hospice of Wake County (now known as Transitions LifeCare). We had a great time, didn't get run over, didn't lose our helmets (did we, Danielle?!), and mostly stayed on the track. Congratulations to Danielle McNeillie, Jack Armstrong, Adam Duggan, and Chris DiPierro - the reigning champions!

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Mi-Corporation participated in the MS Walks in April on both the East and West coasts with walkers in Seattle, Washington and Research Triangle Park, NC.The Mi-Corporation walkers raised over $500.00 to contribute to the fight against MS. The money raised from this year's walk will fund research into the cause, treatment and cure for multiple sclerosis and local programming for people with MS and their families in our community. Barrett Joyner, Former Sr. VP of Marketing and Strategic Sales, was one of the special "Red Carpet" guests at the Triangle event. Thanks for all you do, Barrett!

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The Ronald McDonald House of Durham

The Ronald McDonald House of Durham allows families to focus on the health and wellbeing of their critically ill children by keeping families together who are in need of a community of hope, comfort and empathy. Critically ill children stay at the House while being treated at Duke Children’s Hospital and several other surrounding medical facilities. The House serves up to 55 families a night. Mi-Corporation is pleased to support RMHD and our team enjoys volunteering to serve dinner to the residents and families.

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NYU School of Dentistry

The NYUCD Henry Schein Cares Global Student Outreach Program provides oral health services and education to tens of thousands of underserved people in the United States and several international locations each year. The goals of the program are threefold: service, education, and research. Mi-Corporation is proud to support NYUCD HSCGSO and equally proud to call them a valued customer.

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Honduras

Mi-Corporation CEO Greg Clary started travelling to Southern Honduras in 2009 and has a passion for helping the people there. There are numerous opportunities to serve with groups such as Sharefish, Mercy and Grace Ministries, and North Carolina Baptist Men. Home construction, library and community center creation, and child sponsorship opportunities are available through these and other organizations.

Mi-Corporation's Certifications & Awards