Doxee is a leading global technology and services provider of enterprise-class, cloud-based CCM, with offices in Europe and North America. Over 500 enterprises in banking, finance, telecom, insurance, healthcare, utilities and public sectors employ Doxee solutions to deliver personalized and interactive customer communications to their clients.
Doxee customers process over 2 billion documents every year reaching over 100 million end users across the globe.
Anna Zacchi obtain a degree in Information Science from the University of Milan, Italy, and in 2011 a Ph.D. from Texas A&M University, USA.
She has more than 10 years experience in Human Computer Interaction, in particular for managing documents on the computer, and more than two years in user studies in HCI in various domain, including educational software, software for administering web sites and open source deployment. Moreover she has two years of experience in network research. In the past she also dealt with fuzzy logic and Artificial Intelligence.
In October 2015 she taught a short course on Human Computer Interaction at the University Modena and Reggio Emilia, as part of the master of II level in Visual Computing and Multimedia Technologies.
In the past she participated in a project of the Department of Transportation of USA for the creation of a prototype of NG911, the next generation 911, a system to allow emergency call over VOIP.
For ten years she has been teaching assistant at Texas A&M University. She also worked for three years at IBM Almaden Research Center. In 2012 she collaborated to the development of a Gnome app and she participated in the User Study of a Gnome Deployment in a Public Administration in Florida.
Lorenzo Dodi obtained a master's degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and he recently joined Doxee. He is now developing the cloud side of PreventIT.
His favorite hobbies are Music and sports. He plays the guitar in a rock band and he also play volleyball in a local team.