Our Mission

Liberated Electronics Organization mission is to provide the user with useful applications and other innovative devices that bring their external world together into one device, via smartphones. Our mission is to ease everyday interactions of multiple devices for our consumer.

Currently we are focusing on bringing our customers useful applications that they can use for Android and iPhone.

Daniel Leonardis

Daniel Leonardis

Chief Executive Officer

Daniel is founder and Chief Executive Officer of Liberated Electronics Organization. He has a bachelor of science from the school of engineering at Boston University circa 2004. He also has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Long Island circa 2008. Daniel started LEO by answering one basic question after he graduated with his masters, "What Next?" In 2008 the world and U.S. entered the Great Recession and opportunities for future growth and enhancement seem to be buried under a great uncertainty. Instead of sitting idle Daniel started combining his engineering expertise with his new business sense and decided to become an entrepreneur. Daniel knew that many young entrepreneurs were entering into the newly created smart phone industry. Daniel already had the engineering skills to begin so he started to develop simple applications. Once he developed his first application and saw the wide acceptance of it as a novelty, he decided that this was his future because of the countless possibilities they hold. Smart phones in his opinion are portable computers. With that type of power at a man's finger tips, the inventions and applications are limitless. Daniel saw this as an opportunity to liberate ordinary mundane tasks and allow a portable computer to speed up and enhance people's lives. With that vision and passion, LEO was born.

Eric Kronman

Eric Kronman

Executive Vice President

Eric is a co-founder and Executive Vice President of Liberated Electronics Organization. He has over seven years experience working with high technology and emerging growth companies as well as the venture capitalists and angel investors who invest in them. Eric holds degrees from Duke University and the College of William & Mary.