Adam is co-founder and CEO of Doctor on Demand.
He began his career as a software engineer and architect, and soon went on to found several companies that have since been acquired. In 2007, Adam started DriverSide, which helped dealerships and repair facilities retain existing and gain new customers through a suite of SaaS offerings and it was acquired by Advance Auto Parts (AAP) in September of 2011.
Prior to Driverside, Adam founded venture-backed MarketSquare in 2004, which was one of the first online local shopping destinations on the internet. The company was acquired by StepUp Commerce (which was later acquired by Intuit) in 2005. Over the past four years, Adam has also been an active angel investor and advisor to over two-dozen companies, most of which have had successful exits or have done significant follow-on financing.
He holds a computer science degree from Vanderbilt University.
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