Michel Von Grey – Chairman, Ruby Software
Mike is a successful entrepreneur, who is passionate about applying technology to solve business problems
Mike Co-founded RevenueMed in 2002, an Atlanta-based company that provides remote coding and billing services to hospitals and larger physician groups. The firm combines process re-engineering, sophisticated imaging and workflow technologies with a skilled off-shore workforce to deliver improved revenue levels and tighter regulatory compliance. He is the CEO and chairman of the company.
Mike founded Speech Machines in 1996 and was the CEO of the company till 2001. The company was the first-mover in moving medical transcription to an Internet-based, ASP service model. Mike sold the business in 2001 to Royal Philips Electronics/MedQuist.
Mike co-founded Software care Ltd ?in 1989, a Market leader nursing software system — combined decision-support care planning, acuity, patient costing and automated scheduling. This company was Sold to HBOC (McKesson.) in 1996.
Mike earned his BSc, in International Business and marketing from University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School in 1983 and his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1989
Joyce John – Co-founder and Managing Director, Ruby Software
Joyce is a visionary with solid grounding in all aspects of software engineering, including design, administration, deployment/delivery, security and operations; he has successfully executed a number of long terms, high profile technical projects.
Joyce is an entrepreneur at heart, passionate about building and mentoring high performance teams. Joyce has around 17 years of industry experience, working with Fortune 500 companies as well as with start-ups.
Joyce built a team of 30+ Ruby Developers, and led them to create and operate Ruby on Rails applications and related services, he has been associated with RevenueMed since 2007.
Before joining RevenueMed, he was employed by Brunswick as Director – IT and strategic businesses and was based out of their New Zealand office, he was associated with Brunswick since 2003, he initially built Brunswick’s innovation center in Singapore.
Joyce founded Helixense in 2001 with two of his friends and lead the team to build an innovate platform for Bioinformatics. The idea was to use the human genome database and other publically available databases to provide a software platform for research organizations that will enable them to quickly build bioinformatics applications.
Joyce stated his career as a Software engineer with TATA-IBM – in 1990 and moved to Singapore in 1993 to work with Creative Labs, he spend around 6 years with the company and lead the development of a number of Video graphics drivers and application that Creative sold to the consumer market.
Joyce earned his Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from Mysore University in India and Post-Graduation in Software Engineering from National University of Singapore in 2000.