Innovation has provided the customer relationship tools we routinely use to learn more about our customers, provide transparency as required, or interact with them in real time, both ways. Now that we’re collaborating with them to give them these things they want/need, what about pushing the envelope? Encourage them to dream even bigger, demand even more, and then we innovate to surpass even those expectations? Can current IT transform business into an innovation machine that will make this happen?
Bryan Sivak, CTO, District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.)
Bryan Sivak was appointed by Mayor Adrian M. Fenty on October 13, 2009 to the Cabinet post of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the District of Columbia. As CTO, Sivak leads the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO), an organizatio... More View all posts
Bryan Sivak was appointed by Mayor Adrian M. Fenty on October 13, 2009 to the Cabinet post of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the District of Columbia. As CTO, Sivak leads the Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO), an organization of more than 500 staff that provides technology services and leadership for 86 agencies, 38,000 employees, residents, businesses and millions of visitors. Bryan has over 15 years of international experience in building software and internet technologies and organizations. In 2002, he founded and developed InQuira, Inc., a multi-national technology solutions company whose products are used at top private and public sector organizations. Prior to his work with InQuira, Sivak founded Electric Knowledge LLC, which provided the world's first Natural Language Search engine available on the web. Electric Knowledge eventually merged with Answerfriend, which was the basis for the formation of InQuira. Less View all posts