Prior to starting Keas in 2008, Adam Bosworth was Vice President of Engineering at Google. He then headed Google Health, a personal health information centralization service. Previously, he was Senior Vice President of Engineering and Chief Software Architect at BEA Systems. Prior to joining BEA, he co-founded Crossgain, a software development firm acquired by BEA in 2001.
Known as one of the pioneers of XML technology, Bosworth also held various senior management positions at Microsoft, where he was responsible for creating the Microsoft Access PC database and led the team that developed Internet Explorer 4.0 HTML engine. Prior to Microsoft, Bosworth worked for Borland, where he developed the Quattro spreadsheet application following Borland’s acquisition of Analytica, his first company, which built a product called Reflex.