Paul M. Claffy
Paul co-founded Capturity’s parent company, Compu-Power, Inc., in 1979. Today, his expertise in Unix operating system and C programming is applied to enhancing Compu-Power's TRACS™ Tire Management Software Package, as well as developing web services for various applications.
Throughout his career, Paul has been active in the community. He is a former board member for Camp Attaway, an organization that supports children in overcoming behavioral issues; has coached several recreational sports teams; and has served as a soccer area coordinator.
Neil E. Amrhein
Neil began his career with Compu-Power, Inc., (Capturity’s parent company) as an intern in 1995 and became a full-fledged employee just one year later.
Neil’s primary focus is on building systems which utilize appropriate data collection technologies for an array of business operations scenarios. He is responsible for project engineering, design, and implementation for applications from mobile software to web-based and Windows desktop applications.
In his spare time, Neil is a member of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association and a collector of former military vehicles and classic antique cars.
Marcele is responsible for Capturity’s business development and marketing programs, and she states that the best part of her job is showing companies how to solve their real-world problems using the latest available technology. She also is responsible for the administration of Capturity’s daily work, as well as the implementation of the company’s long-term vision.
Currently, Marcele is expanding her skill set by attending Towson University Business School’s Project Management and Business Analysis program.
In her spare time, Marcele competes on the DC Diplomats handball team and participates with the Baltimore Dragon boating club. She is also a regular supporter of the American Red Cross’s blood donation program and a member of the Columbia Community Exchange Time Banking.
Marcele is also the proud owner of Dexter, Capturity’s dog-in-residence.
Dexter is Capturity's office companion. As a good Poodle, he is most efficient while in someone's lap. At the office, he alerts when there is a visitor or a squirrel and even when the neighbor's dogs are close by. He loves chasing the mail lady and FEDEX/UPS delivery people. Dexter also works well as a vacuum cleaner after lunch.
His indispensable companionship is a crucial piece of Capturity's culture of friendliness and loyalty to our clients.