Companies will showcase leading-edge equipment, software and solutions for technology companies at a trade show and networking event Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Richardson Civic Center, 411 W. Arapaho Road, Richardson. Throughout the Live! Expo, each specific Tech Titans®’ special interest forum will host a technical presentation featuring subject matter experts and panels sharing valuable insights about technology topics including perspectives about future impacts, innovative use cases
Ty Harmon from 2THEDGE, which consults with top companies about their innovation projects, talks about establishing an innovation team, setting up success milestones, questions to ask, gives examples about how to set up tests. This conversation will help solidify your understanding of the innovation process. You’re building business value, demonstrating the business case, socializing change, and making sure the solution can fit and drive adoption down the road. A transcription of some of the key take
Not a day that goes by that we do not hear about the cost of higher education. But is the cost of a college degree worth it? In other words, does it pay to invest in yourself (or have someone invest in you)? We believe the answer to that question is yes, and especially so at The University of Texas at Dallas which is both highly selective and capable of economic transformation of its students. But don’t take my word for it, let’s turn to the data. Among the many measures by which a university can be
Bringing together healthcare and technology is the focus of the Health Tech Forum, one of Tech Titan’s eight special interest forums. A leader of the forum is chair Garyld Miles, also a member of the Tech Titans board of directors. and vice president at The Realtime Group, a sponsor of the forum. Garyld was also one of Tech Titans' volunteers of the year last year. “I have a passion to advance the health tech industry in DFW,” Garyld said. “The more complete health tech ecosystem we can develop, the more
Tech Titans celebrates North Texas' best and brightest at annual awards gala 14 companies, organizations and individuals honored for significant contributions to their industries DALLAS – Aug. 23, 2019 – Tech Titans, the largest technology trade organization in Texas, recognized outstanding technology companies and individuals in the North Texas area who have made significant contributions to their industries at its annual awards gala at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West on Friday, Aug. 23.
Fast Tech honors the fastest growing technology companies in North Texas based on three-year revenue growth and is part of the Tech Titans Awards Gala. The ranking is compiled from nominations submitted directly to Tech Titans and Moss Adams, also sponsored by Comerica Bank.See photos from the Fast Tech Reveal. Read the article in the Dallas Business Journal. The ranking of the fastest growing companies will be announced at the Tech Titans Awards Gala on Friday, Aug. 23. In its 19th year, the Fast Tech
James Klein, President, Infrastructure and Defense Products, Qorvo, Inc.by Melinda Guravich As a champion of making real-time connectivity through RF a reality for the 5G market, Qorvo’s president of Infrastructure and Defense products, James Klein, is also making strides in increasing north Texas’ engineering footprint. Since he joined Qorvo in 2011, James has established Richardson as the business headquarters for its Infrastructure and Defense Products (IDP) group. He embraces a culture of lean and
Written by Melinda Guravich Mitel employees around the world recently celebrated the company’s 46th anniversary by giving back on Mitel Serves Day. Employees from the company’s Plano headquarters spent the day providing STEM career inspiration–and pizza–during a Tech Titans panel presentation for 132 middle and high school students attending a STEM Coding camp at UT Dallas. Led by president and CEO Rich McBee, Mitel was the first corporate investor in the Tech Titans STEM workforce initiative. “We owe our
Tech Titans has named its list of the 20 fastest growing tech companies in North Texas. Fast Tech honors the fastest growing technology companies in North Texas based on three-year revenue growth and is part of the Tech Titans Awards Gala. The ranking is compiled from nominations submitted directly to Tech Titans and Moss Adams, also sponsored by Comerica Bank.“At Tech Titans, we recognize those companies who invest and grow the technology ecosystem in North Texas,” said Bill Sproull, president and CEO of
Tech Titans, the largest technology trade association in Texas, has announced its 2019 finalists for the Tech Titans Awards.Representing a quarter million employees through its 300 member companies, Tech Titans includes a diverse group of technology leaders from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies who collaborate to help innovation thrive in the region. The Tech Titans Awards recognize the elite in North Texas technology – individuals currently transforming the high-tech industry and giving companies
Almost 20 years ago, RagingWire Data Centers was founded to create enterprise-grade data center solutions, helping to drive momentum in what was soon to become a multi-billion-dollar industry. Now RagingWire is working to build knowledge in an emerging technology: robotic process automation (RPA). RPA is a new form of business process automation technology based on the notion of software robots or artificial intelligence (AI) workers. RagingWire hosts the monthly meetings of the DFWRPA community. These
Stand back, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé! Engineers are the new rock stars for middle school students attending Tech Titans’ “Successful Women in Technology” and “You Can Be an Engineer” panels. These engaging and diverse panelists are creating a sensation and inspiring kids from all backgrounds to imagine STEM careers of their own. It’s all part of the Tech Titans Talent Team’s initiative to inspire students to pursue STEM education in high school and beyond. To date, they’ve provided 10,000 STEM inspirations
Fifty Richardson ISD (RISD) students participated in a Talent Team workshop hosted by the UTDesign Makerspace. Juniors and seniors from Buckner High School and J.J. Pearce High School spent the day-long STEM education experience touring the UTDesign Studio, talking with engineering students, participating in a design workshop and assembling heart monitor kits that will be used for training in developing countries. (photos by Shirley Wilson, Mitel)The event was sponsored by State Farm Enterprise Technology.
Have you been inside a high school recently? Fifty professionals from Samsung have. They spent their Employee Volunteer Day participating in Tech Titans speed mentoring events at three area high schools.How it works Speed mentoring is an intimate, small-group experience where students talk face-to-face with employees working in the technology sector. Volunteers meet with juniors and seniors to explain their jobs and talk about what it takes to work in specific roles. Students ask questions about what it’s
Tech Titans, the largest technology trade association in Texas with a particular interest in building the tech workforce of tomorrow, hosted a STEM video contest for high school and middle school students this past fall. A reception to honor the winners was held Jan. 31 at the CityLine location of State Farm, who sponsored the contest. The goal of the contest is to inspire both students who create the videos and other, often younger students for whom the videos were created. The winning videos provide
Digital telecom giant Jim Donald selected as 2014 inductee to Tech Titans Hall of Fame James (Jim) Lee Donald has been selected as The Metroplex Technology Business Council’s 2014 inductee to the MTBC Tech Titans Hall of Fame. This honor recognizes a technology visionary from the DFW Metroplex for outstanding leadership in assisting, advancing and accelerating the performance of the technology industry and/or adoption of technology in North Texas. These accomplishments must span more than one decade and