About Us


We’re Here For You.

At The Virtual Window, we understand that no two projects are alike. Working one-on-one, we carefully design each digital solution to meet our clients’ specific goals and budgets, customizing staff assignments from our trusted team of designers and developers.

Our Job Is Solving Your Online Problems

  • 2Got a 10-year-old website making your business look dated? Let us give it a refresh.
  • 12Desktop-only site making it impossible for mobile users to see you? Let us take you fully responsive.
  • webOnline inquiries are drying up? Let us build you some custom landing pages and a great ad campaign.

Our Team


We are a team of self-starters who take initiative. We take pride in our work and our ever-present commitment towards client service and satisfaction drive us towards innovative marketing strategies and developing tactics.

Andrew has specialized in Information Technology and Multimedia Design since 1994. He has produced numerous websites, CD-ROM’s, intranets, and other new media applications for non-profit as well as large and small business clients nationwide. His work includes numerous projects for Washington area businesses and organizations such as VIDA Fitness, Exxon/Mobil, the Federal Aviation Administration, The World Bank, The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Sodexho USA. Prior to his work in multimedia and computer development, he served in the Department of Justice as a Program Analyst, and as a Public Relations and Information Manager for the American Sociological Association.
Paul recently moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to join The Virtual Window as COO and Project Manager. He has managed several multi-million dollar software system implementations and provides both operational and strategic direction to the company. Previously, as Director of Finance for Stanford University’s Office of Public Affairs, Paul provided both long-term leadership and immediate management guidance over the department’s business functions, including financial analysis, forecasting, and budget planning, as well as oversight of human resources, IT, and facilities. Prior to joining Stanford, Paul managed and directed the financial and subscription operations for PNAS, the flagship journal for the National Academy of Sciences. He also has extensive experience in billing and pricing analysis, fundraising and grant writing, and strategic planning. Paul holds a B.S. in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA from the University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business.
Anmol serves as the technical lead on our biggest projects. As founder of 42Works, he partners with The Virtual Window to direct a team of 25+ professionals with a wide range of expertise in website design & development, web and mobile application development and system/software architecture. Anmol has worked on over 150+ successful projects for leading banks, educational groups, popular artists and more. Scrum Alliance, Alex Chacon and HDFC Bank to name a few. He holds a B.E. (Electronics & Communications) degree and began work as a software developer. Later, he went on to work as a process analyst where he nurtured his business skills and project management traits.
Andrew has specialized in Information Technology and Multimedia Design since 1994. He has produced numerous websites, CD-ROM’s, intranets, and other new media applications for non-profit as well as large and small business clients nationwide. His work includes numerous projects for Washington area businesses and organizations such as VIDA Fitness, Exxon/Mobil, the Federal Aviation Administration, The World Bank, The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Sodexho USA. Prior to his work in multimedia and computer development, he served in the Department of Justice as a Program Analyst, and as a Public Relations and Information Manager for the American Sociological Association.
Paul recently moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to join The Virtual Window as COO and Project Manager. He has managed several multi-million dollar software system implementations and provides both operational and strategic direction to the company. Previously, as Director of Finance for Stanford University’s Office of Public Affairs, Paul provided both long-term leadership and immediate management guidance over the department’s business functions, including financial analysis, forecasting, and budget planning, as well as oversight of human resources, IT, and facilities. Prior to joining Stanford, Paul managed and directed the financial and subscription operations for PNAS, the flagship journal for the National Academy of Sciences. He also has extensive experience in billing and pricing analysis, fundraising and grant writing, and strategic planning. Paul holds a B.S. in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA from the University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business.
Anmol serves as the technical lead on our biggest projects. As founder of 42Works, he partners with The Virtual Window to direct a team of 25+ professionals with a wide range of expertise in website design & development, web and mobile application development and system/software architecture. Anmol has worked on over 150+ successful projects for leading banks, educational groups, popular artists and more. Scrum Alliance, Alex Chacon and HDFC Bank to name a few. He holds a B.E. (Electronics & Communications) degree and began work as a software developer. Later, he went on to work as a process analyst where he nurtured his business skills and project management traits.

WE DO BUSINESS DIFFERENTLY.

The Virtual Window uses a flexible business model: with two principals and several partner companies, our team is ever-changing based on our clients’ needs. The result: an agile company offering a wide range of experience in technology development and implementation, content facilitation, strategic planning, and management support, as well as media production and marketing.

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