Christopher Doggett :: Co-Founder
With over 25 years of industry experience, Chris has occupied a variety of executive, implementation and development positions in the insurance industry. Prior to founding Adminovate, Chris was the co-founder, President and CEO of AdminServer, a market leader in policy administration. At AdminServer, Chris oversaw the company from inception through nine years of rapid growth and wide accolades including:
- Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies list for three consecutive years
- #6 on the Deloitte Fast 50
- #3 on the Philadelphia’s Business Journal's Best Places to Work in Philadelphia
Chris was named one of Insurance & Technology’s Top 10 Innovators of the Decade for his work on AdminServer’s insurance policy administration system.
Christopher Gali :: Co-Founder
Chris is the chief architect and leads the technical design and management of all Adminovate development. With over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, Chris brings a deep background in insurance practices and core systems. Prior to Adminovate, Chris served various roles as an architect, developer, and consultant where he focused on implementation of enterprise applications for a variety of large carriers such as AIG and Nationwide. Chris was the co-founder and architect at AdminServer where his expertise and vision guided the development of the AdminServer policy administration system.
Chris holds a MS in Computer Science from Temple University as well as a MS in Computer Science from St. Joseph’s College (Trichy, India). Chris serves on the Board of Trustees for The Franklin Institute for science and technology in Philadelphia, PA.
Duane Pressley :: CTO
Duane is deeply involved in the management and execution of all Adminovate’s enterprise insurance system development. Duane is a passionate software professional with over 20 years of software architecture and development experience.
Duane played a key role in the development and maturation of the AdminServer insurance administration software solutions. His expertise in architecture, project management, and core system implementations was an essential factor in the success of all AdminServer client implementations.