CFI was founded in 2001 by Bryan Kaplan and Atila Omer, both alumni of Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to attending Carnegie Mellon, Kaplan graduated from the Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles. Omer, a graduate of Detroit, Michigan's Wayne State University, previously worked at JPMorgan Chase before attending Carnegie Mellon's MBA program and subsequently co-founding Collaborative Fusion.
At the beginning of 2008, CFI moved into its new corporate headquarters offices on 5849 Forbes Avenue in Squirrel Hill, Pennsylvania.
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