Board of Directors and Advisors
With decades of experience in technology and business software development, we’re proud to support your digital transformation and Industrial IoT initiatives powered by Decisyon.
President & CEO, Chairman
Alex Aminian is President & CEO and Chairman of Decisyon. Under Alex’s leadership, Decisyon has pursued innovative approaches to accommodate the speed of technological change in today’s global marketplace, changing the way digital transformation is implemented by democratizing access to technology while drastically reducing cost, slashing development time (up to 10 times faster), and delivering enormous ROI to customers – up to 400%.
Franco Petrucci founded Decisyon and previously served as CEO and CTO. He is a serial entrepreneur, startup advisor, and one of the leading M2M / IoT experts, having successfully commercialized several scalable and secure systems over the last 20 years.
Rob Pflieger is Chief Investment Officer at Palm Ventures focusing on the firm's private equity and public equity investments. Prior to joining Palm Ventures, Mr. Pflieger was the General Partner of Crystal Brook Capital Partners, a small cap focused hedge fund, which he founded in 2014.
Erik Jansen has more than two decades of successful technology investing experience. He is co-founder and Chairman of Ultra Capital LLC, an innovative investment firm focused on sustainable real asset projects in the growth sectors of energy, water, waste and agriculture.
Kevin Kimberlin, chairman of Spencer Trask & Co., starts, banks and builds new ventures that make the world a better place. He co-founded Ciena Corporation which developed and first deployed the DWDM optical networking technology that today serves as a foundation of the Internet.
Ron Rose has been an executive leader in Internet and software technologies for over three decades in companies including Dell, Priceline.com and Standard & Poor's. At Dell, Mr. Rose ran an $8B business unit. This B2B division grew at 20% per year during the years he was running it, increasing revenues from $5.5B to $8B, and far outpacing Dell's overall revenue growth over that time.