There's a better way to manage your hierarchical data.
Kimvio proudly presents Abstractor, an innovative, cloud-based software platform for managing complex hierarchical data. Abstractor helps organizations create structured data from scanned documents paving the way to greater visibility into previously unstructured data. Built with security controls and auto-versioning of records, Abstractor provides enterprise-level capabilities for managing a complex range of documents and data.
Operational success requires the right blend of technology, process, and people. Kimvio works with customers to design processes that maximize the benefit of technology investments. With deep experience in hierarchical data management, complex large-scale data conversions, and enterprise systems implementations, Kimvio has the skills to help achieve your goals.
Kimvio was founded in 2012 by Mike Kim and Andre Violentyev to address the significant challenges in complex data entry processes such as lease abstraction. With a focus on solving similar data challenges across industries, Kimvio designed Abstractor as a powerful hierarchical data management system. Having helped numerous Fortune 500 companies successfully overcome various data challenges, Kimvio has the talent and experience to help you achieve your project objectives.
Co-Founder and CEO
Mike has an expert understanding of the challenges that large enterprises face when trying to get data-hungry systems up and running. He has over 20 years of enterprise software experience and has over 14 years of experience working with various lease administration and Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS). Mike has a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.
Co-Founder and CTO
Andre is a computer software engineer with a passion for machine learning and natural language processing. With over 20 years of experience as a developer, Andre also has extensive enterprise applications experience with more than 10 years specifically in the lease administration and IWMS space. Andre has a degree in Computer Science as well as Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.