Liam Broza is a seasoned engineer and entrepreneur in various high technology fields and currently runs BitScoop Labs and Project LIFESCOPE in an effort to transform the way we use data.
Liam graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science where his academic focus was hardware engineering, data science, graphics, and cryptography.
Liam has been a software developer for over ten years. Between 2011 and 2013, Liam was a Senior Software Consultant for Definitive Logic working as a contractor for civilian and government agencies. Liam designed and built secure Government mobile apps for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Defense (DoD) and the Transportation Security Administration.
For two years Liam was the primary developer of the Health Care Planning Model (HCPM) for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). HCPM is a data collection modeling and analysis system used by the VA to plan health care services in the five, ten, and thirty year timespan. He has been a consultant where he specialized in process management, data management, and analytics.
He has also built projects for the American Petroleum Institute, Gannett’s news network which included USA Today, and Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering (PACE). In college Liam worked as a research intern for the Augmented Reality and Visualization Lab at the RIT College of Information Sciences.
Liam Broza and Steven Berry met in 2012 while working on defense industry projects involving data and systems integration. They quickly discovered themselves completing similar tasks over and over and over again. This compelled them to create a better way.
In December 2013, while still in Washington, D.C., they founded Ografy software. Ografy was a data analytics SaaS company and their experience from Ografy provides the technical and operational foundation for BitScoop Labs, which they co-founded in 2015 in Laguna Beach, California.