MicroSearch’s mission since 1996 has been to provide an ever-growing number of clients with custom online research tools to find and retrieve digital versions of their critical documents. Our clients (teacher associations of nearly 75% of America’s public school students; to federal agencies like the FAA and the DOT; State agencies like the Massachusetts Department of Education) trust MicroSearch for fast, reliable search engine access to their digital documents and media assets.
Our continuing mission is to provide constantly improving digital document access techniques for our clients who, one by one, have come to rely on MicroSearch’s innovative research tools.
MicroSearch is founded
Flagship product is released
Support for video transcriptions
Services migrated to the cloud
MicroSearch is transforming the way unions get work done by bringing secure, online information management to unions around the globe. Worldwide, more than 50 unions, associations, and government agencies trust their mission-critical operation information to MicroSearch.
To maintain that trust, we’ve always dedicated ourselves to providing the best in technology, service and security to our clients. So we look for the best of the best—people who have the know-how and the dedication to get the job done. They believe in the power of MicroSearch to streamline document-intensive, cumbersome processes because they often come from the communities in which we specialize.
Our formula for success combines technical prowess with an effective business model and sales strategy. Industry experts and experienced professionals ensure that our formula works. Each MicroSearch team member contributes their talent and commitment, strengthening the company through technological improvements, experienced management, innovative sales tactics, creative marketing strategy, quality customer care, efficient accounting—the list goes on and on.
Chuck Kelly, Chief Executive Officer
Chuck Kelly is one of the co-founders of MicroSearch Corporation.
Chuck graduated from Harvard College in 1966, and immediately began his 35 year career in electronic information services.
Chuck developed new electronic information services while employed at several Boston-area institutions before co-founding MicroSearch. His latest corporate position was as Executive Vice-President of State Street Bank and Trust, where he was responsible for developing a series of electronic banking services.
In 1996, Chuck co-founded MicroSearch Corporation in order to provide electronic document database services for unions, associations, and legal enterprises. Chuck has been instrumental in directing the growth in the electronic services infrastructure of MicroSearch Corporation. Today, MicroSearch is one of the leading vendors of secure web-based document retrieval services, as well as browser-based information processing systems.
Susan Kelly, President
Susan Kelly is the president and co-founder of MicroSearch Corporation. After beginning her career as a lawyer, Susan quickly recognized that document search and web-based retrieval solutions were going to be critical for legal research moving forward.
By focusing on labor unions and associations, Susan has helped grow MicroSearch as a leader in cloud-based information retrieval for research in legal and non-legal environments.
She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College and has her law degree from the Boston College Law School.