Eric Lefkofsky is a graduate of the University of Michigan and is the co-founder of Tempus. He has a lot of experience founding other companies serving as CEO and chairman. An article by Medcitynews.com sheds light that Tempus, based out of Chicago, has launched a new application that will allow doctors to access information from patients on the platform. Aside from being a CEO, according to his LinkedIn page bio, he is also an adjunct professor at the University of Chicago. He also his own foundation called the Lefkofsky Family Foundation. It was founded in 2006 and serves to help people seek education, make contributions to the medical field, embrace the culture, and improve rights for all. The company was able to make the application after getting $110 million of funding as the application will be available on both Google Play and the App Store. The company was able to acquire the funding in late August from many investors and accounts. It lets doctors see patients information, methods of treatments, and trials. The main objective of Tempus is for patients to get high-quality treatment and the right kind for their condition. Tempus plans to use the money to open up new locations possibly and discover treatments to other disorders of the brain and heart. Tempus believes that they can do that eventually and expand in the process, without it taking away from their other efforts. The company based out of Chicago also announced an operating system named Tempus O, which is for cleaning and organizing data for physicians. Overall Eric Lefkofsky is a hard working with a mind for business and a passion for it. He does not like to quit and is driven to succeed in the business world. Tempus is a company that will be looking to keep improving and make a change in the world.