Chief Innovation Officer
Harry Schechter specializes in creating unique, innovative, and reliable technology. His greatest talent lies in formulating creative solutions on which businesses are built. He honed his leadership and technology skills for 10 years as co-founder and CTO at Doceus, Inc. ranked as one of TechWay Magazine's 50 fastest growing companies. With nearly 50 employees, Harry and his teams spearheaded projects for major area non-profits such as the American Diabetes Association, National Park Foundation as well as local businesses such as Discovery Communications, L-3 Communications, Zurich Insurance and others.
After selling Doceus in 2005, Harry joined forces with inventor Scott MacLean at Time Trax Technologies Corporation, manufacturer of satellite radio-to-MP3 recording products.
His latest technology venture, TempAlert, provides cloud-based temperature monitoring solutions for IT, bio/pharma/medical, commercial refrigeration and agricultural applications. TempAlert has been recognized as an American Business Awards Gold Winner in multiple categories and a Mass Challenge Finalist for an innovative alternative energy powered product.
Harry holds 6 United States Patents for his work at TempAlert where he also received Connected World Magazine's 2011 Entrepreneurs Award and the Boston Business Journal's 40 under 40 award. Harry received a BS in Applied Science from Miami University in Oxford, OH and an MBA from MIT where he was a Sloan Fellow and returns as a regular guest lecturer.