MANAGEMENT / FOUNDERS

Doug Schaedler
Co-Founder & CEO
Mr. Schaedler has extensive management and capital raising experience. Prior to founding Homee he served as President & CEO of inno360, Inc., a cloud-based leader in cognitive analytics developed in partnership with Procter and Gamble (P&G). Prior to inno360, Mr. Schaedler was the CEO of Innovaro, Inc, a leading enterprise SaaS provider to the Fortune 500. As CEO, Mr. Schaedler managed a team of more than 150 professionals and oversaw the Company’s IPO in the UK and the development and launch of the Company’s enterprise SaaS platform. Previously he was a Principal in a New York based venture capital firm and before that was an early employee at VerticalNet Inc reporting to the founder and CEO. He has significant startup and capital raising experience, having raised more than $75 million into his last two companies and effectively managing periods of high-growth. Mr. Schaedler holds an M.B.A in finance and economics from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a B.A. in economics from Tufts University; He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). He has three kids under the age of eight and two English bulldogs, one named Goose after the navigator in the movie Top Gun.
Dave Theus
Co-Founder & CTO
Mr. Theus is a 20-year veteran of delivering software solutions in Fortune 1000 globally. Prior to founding Homee, Mr. Theus was the Chief Product Officer at inno360 and was responsible for product strategy, product management and product development of a market leading, cognitive research and collaboration platform. Prior to joining inno360, Mr. Theus held various software sales, services and support roles at MSC Software Corporation (one of the oldest software companies still in existence) and prior to that various Engineering positions at General Electric Aircraft Engines. Dave has a Master’s degree in Aerospace Structures Engineering from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dayton. Dave is also a graduate of the General Electric Technical Leadership Development Program (formerly the Edison Program). He has two kids, a son and a daughter, under the age of nine. His biggest fear is that when he dies, his wife will sell his guitars for what he told her they cost.