Jack Berlin, Chief Executive Officer
My job is to push each and every one of us to be better every day, build incredibly useful products, and have a blast doing it.
Jack founded Accusoft (Pegasus Imaging) in 1991 and as CEO has provided consistent leadership and strategic direction for the success of the company. Jack is actively involved with sales, product strategy, software development, and the necessary financial controls that have made Accusoft profitable year after year. In recent years, he has overseen Accusoft’s active merger and acquisition activities that have contributed to the company’s growth and product line expansion.
He is very involved with the local community and currently serves on the Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation, and Conservation Board and on the Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program (ELAPP) site selection committee. Past local community organizations include serving as Chair on the Canal Advisory Committee, as chair of the NFL YET Tampa Bay Committee, and as a member of the Cone Ranch Technical Advisory Committee. Accusoft is Jack’s second company, as he founded and sold the successful computer hardware company IntelliCom during the 1980s. Jack earned a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
2010 IntelliVen, L.L.C.
1600 Tysons Blvd., Suite 800/ McLean, VA 22102
Tel: 703.733.1419 / Fax: 703.744.1001 / www.intelliven.com
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