Among the many emerging technologies that are available, not all will help with differentiation, allow breaking into new markets, remaining competitive, and enabling innovation. How can organizations stay current with these emerging technologies, prioritize related investments, and reduce the associated risk of failure or costly mistakes?
Ying Chan, CITO - Chief of IT Operations, Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Ying Chan is a business and technology executive with a proven track record of creating positive change through visionary leadership, flawless execution and relentless relationship building. He is passionate about defining and achieving bus... More View all posts
Ying Chan is a business and technology executive with a proven track record of creating positive change through visionary leadership, flawless execution and relentless relationship building. He is passionate about defining and achieving business objectives through customer empathy, creative problem solving, innovative use of technology and leveraging diverse global talent. With over 25 years of industry experience, Ying offers a deep background in increasing roles of responsibility across software engineering, software operations, software management and business process automation. His domains of expertise spans across all enterprise functions from finance to product development to supply chain. Ying’s assignments included leadership responsibilities across software platform development and integration, M&A integration, continuous improvement Initiatives and IT operations throughout the US, Asia, Europe and Mexico. A high energy leader with exceptional coaching and mentoring skills. Ying is Passionate about people and organizational development leading to inspired and motivated teams that consistently deliver world-class results. Ability to attract, retain and groom top talent onshore and offshore Ying is known for driving collaboration across organizational and functional lines to create win-win partnerships with his team, executives, peers, stakeholders, customers and suppliers. Less View all posts