Charlie Kindel is the founder of Kindel Systems, an American company that provides management and technology consulting services to home automation, mobile, and developer ecosystem companies as well as the financial services industry.
Kindel is known for building two Seattle startups (including MileLogr), the Windows Phone 7 application platform and 3rd party ecosystem, Windows Home Server, and Windows Media Center. He is an active angel investor and has advised technology companies in Seattle, Boston, New Hampshire, and California.
Kindel has obtained a bachelor’s degree in systems engineering from the University of Arizona.
Board & Advisor Roles (3)Update
BS, Systems Engineering1990
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