In 1996, a group of software developers and researchers from the Applied Science and Engineering Laboratories (ASEL) – jointly operated by the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children and the University of Delaware – banded together to form AgoraNet. ASEL focuses on advanced rehabilitation and assistive technology for people with disabilities. To this day, we carry our passion for accessibility and usability into every project.
We know our technology backward and forward, but we’re not just a bunch of geeks. We have backgrounds in such diverse areas as rehabilitation, film, psychology, and art as well as computer science and engineering.
What sets us apart from run-of-the-mill web and software development firms is the level of personalization we bring to your project. We’ll help you discover not only what you want in your website or software package, but also what you really need to meet your goals.
Meet the Managers
John Gray – Founding Owner, President
John holds a Master’s Degree in Computer and Information Sciences and brings more than 20 years programming experience to the team. He is proficient in a number of computing languages and platforms including the relatively new world of mobile applications.
Lorie Miller – Vice-President, Web Services
Lorie holds a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering and has been with AgoraNet since 1999. Her varied background includes over 20 years of experience in project management, computer programming, and clinical work with people with disabilities.
Betsy Warren – Office Manager
Betsy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Marketing and has been with AgoraNet since 2005. She directs the day-to-day activities of the office including contracts, accounts receivable and payable, and human resource issues and is our primary point of contact for business administration issues.