Robert Gatti, Getfused’s Senior Development Architect, has been programming since high school. His interest in technology and its applicability led him to study high performance computing, epidemiology, and computer security in college, during which time he met Mike Kelp, Getfused’s CTO. The two teamed up to architect highly complex systems for their clients. Working with one large client Robert created a play-by-play feed to publish real-time information to their iPhone app, which provided their fans with direct and immediate access. Robert has an innate ability to take technology and architect it to meet client needs.
Robert has coauthored three papers, one of which was presented at a Symposium on Applied Computing. He has also earned Committee of National Security Systems (CNSS) 4011 and 4013 security certifications, which provided him with a broad knowledge and expertise that he applies in building e-commerce based systems for clients.
Prior to Getfused, Robert used his extensive skill set to architect complex systems and support other technologies used by clients. His love and passion for technology and its applicability keeps him constantly looking for new technologies that could be beneficial for Getfused and its clients. Robert’s innovative thinking has allowed Getfused to stay on top of the latest and greatest technologies, to provide clients with the best options available.
After partnering with Getfused for many years in his capacity as Development Architect of EdomGroup, Robert was eager to merge the company’s talents with Getfused. In 2010, Getfused acquired the company and extended its technical powerhouse in its new Dallas, TX office. With Robert and his wealth of knowledge and proficiency helping to lead Getfused’s technical team, Getfused is able to create innovative technologies to meet its clients’ needs.
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