Aki Korhonen has steered the growth and development of PC-Doctor, Inc. since the founding of the company in 1993. Korhonen continues today as the company's leader and technical visionary, driving software development efforts and defining new products and architectures. More than 300 million copies of PC-Doctor products based on his work have been shipped.
Before founding PC-Doctor, Korhonen worked for Nokia Information Systems and Data General.
Korhonen is the co-author of the Common Diagnostic Model (CDM), adopted as an industry standard by the Distributed Management Task Force. He holds seven patents from his work in the field of diagnostic software. Korhonen is the author of "PC Hardware from the Inside Out," a book on low-level programming for personal computers, and has been a contributing editor and columnist for "MikroBitti," a leading computer magazine in Finland, since 1984.
Yang has held the position of chief financial officer since 2004, and manages the company's financial, budgetary and tax operations. He has worked with PC-Doctor for more than eight years as a senior partner with Sallmann, Yang and Alameda, one of the largest accounting firms in the Tri-Valley region of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Yang received his bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of California, Berkeley and a Masters in Taxation from Golden Gate University. He has received accreditation in business valuation from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is certified by the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts.
Yang is active in the California Society of Certified Public Accountants, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and other business and professional communities as an active board and committee member. He lectures at the National Association of Accountants and other accounting, real estate, business, and professional groups, and is active in several local community service groups.
L.C. Robertson is responsible for the ongoing design, direction, and implementation of the company's organizational infrastructure, and leads the areas of company operations and internal initiatives.
Robertson brings over 25 years of experience in technology, health, and adult education, and is active in company and community programs involving wellness, social causes, and recreation. Robertson earned a bachelor of science in organizational communication with minors in cultural anthropology and Spanish, and holds professional certifications in corporate wellness and resource management.
Zaretsky evaluates and drives product offerings, product niche and marketing, overseeing worldwide account sales and solutions support. He brings more than 25 years of software engineering and management experience to this role (including 16 years with PC-Doctor), and holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Binghamton University.
McKay joined PC-Doctor in 2003. She leads the sales team in cultivating business relationships worldwide, and drives new product features based on the industry and unique customer needs. McKay brings over 20 years of experience in the hardware and software industries to her role, including the development of one of the first major depot repair centers for a Fortune 500 company. She enjoys volunteering, and co-founded a 501c3 organization that support families across the U.S.
Goldman leads the company’s team of project management, product management, and support professionals, ensuring a smooth flow of operations between engineering teams, business owners and management. He brings over 15 years of software engineering experience to this role through positions in development, QA, technical support, technical writing, and product, program and project management.
Martinez leads the company's software validation and verification initiatives, overseeing projects, releases, and SVV operations. He has more than 25 years of experience in management and technology, including over 15 years with PC-Doctor.
Lamongie joined the software engineering team in 2010, and has over 13 years of industry experience. He oversees several product development teams, along with data infrastructure and analysis teams. Lamongie earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in computer science from Lawrence Technological University in Michigan, and a bachelor’s in applied foreign languages from University of Provence.
Evans joined PC-Doctor in 2004 and now leads the architecture, system information and diagnostics teams. His teams develop and support products for Windows, Linux, Android and PC-Doctor proprietary operating systems for x86, x64 and ARM platforms. He is a graduate of UC Davis and brings 16 years of computer experience to his role at PC-Doctor.