Helping you save time since 2010.
In 2010, Eyjafjallajokull filled the European sky with ashes and grounded us in Chicago. Our flight was cancelled; we used the money from the ticket to purchase a Macbook and created Genius Scan. Since then, 20 million+ users have downloaded Genius Scan worldwide and scanned more than 200 million documents.Users love it, consistently rate it five stars and Apple features it regularly.
Following our goal of making it easier for individuals and small businesses to go paperless and manage their documents digitally, we launched Genius Fax in 2013.
In 2016, we launched Pyfl, an app that let users create the map of their favorite places, add a comment for each of them and get trustworthy recommendations from the maps of their friends.
Bruno is an entrepreneur and programmer who loves building simple, easy-to-use products. He received his engineering degree from Supélec and a Master in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After graduating, he joined Amazon.com in Seattle where he worked on large-scale projects. He then moved to the Silicon Valley as a lead engineer for 1000memories which was later acquired by Ancestry.com. He is now working full-time on The Grizzly Labs focusing mainly on iOS (@bvirlet, email).
Guillaume has a passion for image processing and computer vision. He graduated from Supélec and holds a Master in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Understand: he is the brain behind the Genius Scan smart algorithms. In the past, he worked for Morpho, a subsidiary of Safran, in the fingerprint recognition department. He now works full-time on The Grizzly Labs and focuses on the Android apps (@kyom63, email).
Patrick is a passionate developer and a mobile enthusiast. He graduated from École Polytechnique, holds a master's degree in Computer Science from Télécom ParisTech and in Biomedical Imaging from Université Pierre et Marie Curie. Fond of image processing for a long time, he started developing for medical imaging at GE Healthcare. He then took the mobile turn and joined Applidium, a mobile agency specialized in iOS and Android (the ones who brought VLC to iOS and hacked into Siri). He joined The Grizzly Labs in 2015 to help make the genius products even more genius (@PatrickNLT, email).
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