Alluvial Software


Alluvial Software was established by Monte Davidoff in 2000. Monte has decades of software development experience. Before starting Alluvial Software, the companies he worked for include: Stratus Computer, Tandem Computers, and Honeywell Information Systems on the Multics project. Monte was instrumental in creating Microsoft's first product, Altair BASIC. He received an A.B. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Harvard University.

Clients of Alluvial Software include: Silvr, Violin Memory, Ericsson, NetApp, and Gracenote.