Matt Katzer is a veteran of embedded technology development, from Ford's 1978 (Electronic Engine Control) EEC-II controlling air-fuel ratios and automation controls at GM, to working on the first 1" laptop in partnership with Sharp. His expertise and innovations have resulted in 19 domestic and international patents in related areas.
He has contributed to computing innovations as engineer and manager, influencing strategic direction as well as product development. Matt created KAMIND in 1998 to provide out sourced IT managed solutions using Microsoft and Intel Technologies for small and medium-size businesses. In addition, Matt holds a BSEE from the University of Michigan and an Executive MBA from the University of Oregon.