Team Member Type: Executive

David Nakamura

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.

Chris DiPierro

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.

Will Shook

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.

Greg Clary

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.