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Browsium creates software that enables enterprise IT to save money and improve security via granular management of browsers and LOB web apps

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Redmond, WA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 8
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Company Summary

Browsium was founded by a team of Microsoft alums with the mission to be the world leader in enterprise browser management. We put IT in control of their browsers and web applications with solutions that extend the ROI of mission-critical business applications as new OS and browser platforms are deployed. Our first product, UniBrows, enables IE6-dependent apps to run in IE8 or IE9, saving IT time and money while unblocking Windows 7 migrations.


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    Matthew Heller
    Founder and CEO

    Matt founded Browsium after spending several years working with Microsoft customers on Internet Explorer. There he recognized the need for solutions to enable business customers to more effectively manage their browser environment. Matt also served as the VP of Operations for Overture where he oversaw the creation and execution of all technology systems, as well as defining technology standards worldwide. Matt has BS & MS degrees from GWU.

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    Gary Schare
    President and COO

    Gary brings 20 years of experience creating and launching technology products and businesses to Browsium. He spent most of his professional life at Microsoft and Apple. Gary completed a 14 year career at Microsoft in 2010, where he was a director of product management for Windows including 4 years as business leader of Internet Explorer, giving him unprecedented experience in the browser field. Gary has a BS from Cal Poly and an MS from SDSU.

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    Matthew Crowley

    Matthew devotes his time to a lofty goal: building a better web. After years as a web developer, software architect, and frequent MSDN forum contributor, he joined Browsium to make this dream a reality. He had spent the last few years at Microsoft as a Program Manager on the IE and ASP.NET teams. His work on IE was spent designing features around ActiveX and Protected Mode for IE8. He has a BSEE in Computer Engineering from Case Western.


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    Plumleigh Law
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    Kingman Winslow

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