Aaron Cutlip

CTO and VP of R&D

All things technology. All things SharePoint!

A tried and true Florida Gator, Aaron has spent the last 17 years of his career building software that focuses on managing documents and the processes around these documents. From home-grown skunkworks to full enterprise systems, Aaron has been neck deep in SharePoint since the original product release. An original employee of Corridor Company, Aaron has come full circle with Corridor's acquisition of the company he founded and managed, Opti-Docs Software.
When he's not coding he spends his spare time wrangling his three kids, participating in extreme sports that make his wife nervous, and taking epic motorcycle trips!

Jasmin Steely


All things operational

With a preference for cold, snowy academic institutions, Jasmin earned degrees from both Boston College and Northeastern University. Initially focused on Sales & Marketing, Jasmin has spent the last 15 years of her career helping software companies achieve operational excellence. With responsibility for Legal, Finance, HR, Customer Support, Sales Operations, Marketing and Office Administration, she is truly all things operational.
And, when she's not harassing her staff, she spends her free time scuba diving, snowboarding, and dreaming of Caribbean vacations on deserted beaches.


Russ Edelman

President, Founder and CEO

Well...really...all things!

With more years in the document and content management space than he cares to share, Russ brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to his many endeavors. In addition to founding and leading Corridor Company, Russ was also a founding partner of Integrated Computer Management (ICM) which was acquired by eB Networks, Inc. In his role as industry analyst, he frequently writes for such notable publications as InformationWeek, CIO Magazine, The Huffington Post, and CNBC. And as originator and lead author of the book Nice Guys Can Get the Corner Office, he is well versed on a variety of management and leadership issues.
Knee deep in Fatherhood 2.0, he spends his days in hot pursuit of his toddler daughter and his college-age sons, and dreams of a future in a rock 'n' roll band.