Prof. Marcello La Rosa, CEO and Co-Founder
A professor of Information Systems at the University of Melbourne, Marcello has over 15 years of research and teaching experience in the field of business process management, with 10 years in process mining. He’s delivered consultancy, training, and strategic advice to hundreds of practitioners in Australia and Europe. He’s also written over 150 publications, including a textbook used in 250+ universities and a MOOC series taken by 25k+ participants. Marcello has led the Apromore open-source initiative since its inception in 2009.
Prof. Marlon Dumas, Partnerships Manager and Co-Founder
Marlon is a professor of Information Systems at the University of Tartu. For the past two decades, he’s conducted research and delivered business process management and process mining consultancy. He’s executed R&D projects funded by the European Research Council, the Australian Research Council, the US Army Research Lab, and multinational companies including SAP, Microsoft, and Swedbank. His research has led to 200+ scientific publications, 10 US and EU patents, and a textbook used in 250+ universities. He’s contributed core components of the Apromore open-source product since 2011.
Mr Gregor Greinke, Strategic Advisor
Gregor is CEO and founder of GBTEC Software AG, one of the most successful business process management (BPM) companies in Europe. He has more than 20 years of experience developing cloud-based BPM software and practical BPM methods. He founded his first BPM company at a young age, after completing a master’s degree in business informatics and economics. After working as Managing Director for one of the largest BPM software vendors, Gregor founded his second BPM company, GBTEC, which has gained over 800 customers. Gregor joined Apromore as a strategic advisor and technology development partner throughout our Series A investment.
Dr Simon Raboczi, Chief Architect and Co-Founder
Simon is a software engineer with 22 years of professional experience, including eight years, developing the Apromore platform. Between 2002 and 2005, Simon led the development of the Tucana Knowledge Store, which was acquired by Northrop Grumman Corporation in 2005. He then joined the University of Queensland, where he contributed to several R&D projects and completed a PhD in computer science. Simon is co-author of a dozen research papers and co-inventor in two US patents. Simon is co-founder of Apromore and leads the architectural design of the platform.