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Henry Davis has unique skills crossing the boundaries between hardware engineering, software, systems, semiconductors, marketing, sales, and business management. His technology experience started in 1970 while still in high school developing software for accounting, engineering, and law firms. A broad University background in psychology, accounting, business administration, marketing, and advanced engineering form an important part of his approach to technology businesses. A few of his notable accomplishments  include the first universal microprocessor development system based on a personal computer, managing the funding of the first digital light processor, the fastest selling Mixed Signal Processor,   co-author of the first process-based IEEE Software Engineering Standard, author of more than 1,000 articles, and holder of 11 US and foreign patents. He has most recently been Chief Operating Officer.

He may be reached at henry@businessfulcrum.com



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