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BOB FABBIO

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CEO, eRelevance

Mr. Fabbio is characterized as a visionary and successful serial entrepreneur. He has founded and built multiple industry-leading healthcare and technology companies by identifying large emerging markets, gaining intimate knowledge of the market needs, challenging conventional wisdom, and bringing targeted, innovative solutions to those markets.

Fabbio has functioned as a Chief Executive Officer, board director, and venture capitalist for over 25 years with notable experience launching, funding, growing, and managing innovative and category creating companies.  He has had a transformational impact on the software, systems technology and healthcare industries resulting in the creation of over $1.5 billion of shareholder value at time of exit.

Prior to eRelevance Corporation, and in 2006, Mr. Fabbio left the technology industry to focus on healthcare and launched WhiteGlove Health where he was able to uniquely apply his technology background to address the many challenges found in the healthcare industry today.   Prior to WhiteGlove Health, Fabbio spent nearly 6 years in the venture capitalist industry with Austin Ventures, as a Venture Partner, and with TL Ventures, as a Managing Director.  While in the venture industry, Fabbio had a very strong track record.  He co-founded Ventix Systems, which later merged with Motive Communications and went public.  Fabbio also lead the incubation and funding of Agere Systems that was acquired by Lucent Technologies.  In 1993, Fabbio founded DAZEL Corporation, which quickly became the acknowledged market leader in Output Management, before being acquired by Hewlett-Packard.  In 1989, Fabbio founded Tivoli Systems and was the catalyst for what became one of the largest software categories in the world — Enterprise Systems Management.  In 1996, after a successful IPO, Tivoli was acquired by IBM.  In addition, Fabbio has held senior technical and executive management positions with Cesura, VIEO, IBM, Prime Computer, Applix, and Kodak. Mr. Fabbio also served as a Rochester Institute of Technology Board of Trustee member.

Fabbio received an A.A.S in Chemistry from Mohawk Valley Community College, a B.A. in Chemistry/Computer Science from SUNY at Potsdam and an M.S. in Computer Science and Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

 

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