I began my professional career several decades ago after completing my university studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, the USA in the mid-seventies. That decade witnessed major developments in Computer Science and electronics which have transformed the world in which we live. I had the opportunity to study and worked with the ARPA network at the beginning of the Internet, and other emerging fields such as Artificial Intelligence, Automatic Programming, Data Models, Simulation, Integrated Circuits, and Human factors in automation,
I have worked at Top Management and IT strategy Consulting to large groups in Europe, the USA, and Mexico, line management as CIO and member of the board at one of the largest financial groups in Mexico, board member at several companies, and teaching at Business Schools in Spain, Mexico, and Colombia. For a while, I was involved with startups regarding mobile payments and jobs offerings. A few years ago, I created a company focused on Digital Transformation, RPA, which was later acquired by a leading company from the UK, Symphony Ventures.
My international experience having worked in several countries across Europe, America and Latin America has given me a broad view of organizations.
I have always acted as a bridge between Information Technology and Business perspectives to support top management understandings of how IT can leverage business problem-solving. Recently, Digital Transformation is widely becoming a part of the C-level agenda, thus the need to better understand the potential impact of technology tools and the requirements to better manage the human side for a successful journey.
MIT Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
MIT Master of Science Computer Science
MIT Master of Science Electrical Engineering
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