David Berger received his AB in Physical Sciences at Harvard where, as a premed, he decided that computers were more interesting than medicine and founded a startup for computer-based medical school test prep.
Currently, his is CTO at Integra Ledger, a Permissioned Blockchain for the Global Legal Industry. At Integra, he oversees all technology development and technical operations. In addition to his operational role, he also functions as the company’s chief architect, exploring new tools and technologies, and developing prototypes for new uses of Blockchain in Law. David is a seasoned technologist with extensive experience in high-end multimedia, enterprise systems, and mobile application development ranging from iOS development to Mobile/Social content delivery. His primary focus has been in distance learning, medical education, and gaming. David has founded a few companies and has worked in companies ranging from small startups to large public companies including SciMedMedia, The Princeton Review, and IGT. In his free time, he helps raise the family pig and practices close-up magic.
Nita Sanger talks about how Wolters Kluwer is using blockchain technology to address client pain points.
Brad Clements and Peter Buck talk about NetDocuments and how it uses blockchain technology.
Elizabeth White and Edgar Radjabli talk about the ways their company, The White Company, is combating negative ideas about blockchain by creating a cryptocurrency marketplace and wallet system.
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