About DigiSpoke

DigiSpoke's mission is to create business software that you can enjoy using. We believe products work best when they're able to provide help when you need it and get out of the way when you don't. With this in mind, DigiSpoke was built to manage complex global projects in a clear and concise way. We spent a lot of time thinking about DigiSpoke's user experience. As a result, we created a product at the intersection of art and science. Smart, pretty to look at, and fun to use. We think you’ll love DigiSpoke.
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The Team

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Michael Vernik

Michael is DigiSpoke's Founder, CEO and Product Designer. He has over 14 years of experience as a technology leader at companies like Sony, Hitachi and Sun Microsystems (now Oracle). Prior to founding DigiSpoke, Michael was responsible for all strategy, content and operations of PlayStation’s digital marketing in the Americas. Before that, he managed global web marketing programs for HDS. Earlier, Michael engineered security and operations products for various Silicon Valley firms. Michael holds a BS in Computer Science from San Jose State University.
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Alan Berezin

Alan leads DigiSpoke's Engineering team. Most recently, he was a Founder and CTO of Drillinginfo, the largest SaaS software provider in the E&P space. Alan helped grow Drillinginfo from a 5 person startup to a 450+ person company, during which time he was responsible for all of technology and operations across multiple continents. Prior to that, Alan was the yield enhancement manager at AMD where he was responsible for building teams and managing $50M capex budgets of Fab25 in Austin and Fab30 in Dresden. Alan holds a PhD in Physics from UT Austin and a BA in Physics from UC Berkeley. Prior to his PhD, he was a software engineer at various firms in the Bay Area.
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Oatmeal

Oatmeal is our Chief Connections Officer and happens to be DigiSpoke's first non-human hire. His core duties include going to the park, being cute and putting smiles on people's faces. Oatmeal has nearly two years of industry experience in these fields. He is a tough negotiator, but can be easily swayed with a piece of jerky.
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