NATEA

Jesse Shiah

Jesse Shiah

CEO & Co-Founder, AgilePoint
UTHF Conference Co-Chair, 2018
UTHF Program Co-Chair, 2016-2018
Vice President, NATEA-SV, 2018

“The Trend of IoT and How It Will Transform The Next Generation Digital Business”

Abstract:

While many early adoption scenarios of the IoT are for consumer markets, the IoT devices and technologies originally designed for consumers will shift into a powerful force to determine an organization’s speed and level of success to become a digital business. In addition, while organizations span industries recognize the long term impact of the IoT, their attitudes to the IoT vary significantly by industry, company size, and region. In this session, we will discuss what are the key technology and service oriented building blocks that can enable enterprises quickly create self-adaptive, scalable, and reliable real-world IoT solutions and deploy business models that take advantage of the IoT.

Biography:

Jesse Shiah is the CEO and Co-Founder of AgilePoint, a leading developer of the next-generation Low-Code development platform designed to accelerate digital transformation. Throughout his career, Mr. Shiah has devoted his energy to redefine the software-development paradigm. His research in the model-based development and model-driven execution architecture is the key to democratize application development by enabling “citizen developers” to create business-critical applications without writing code. Currently, Mr. Shiah is focusing on applying his research to create self-adaptable, no-code applications that support continuous deployment at run-time driven by IoT and AI. Mr. Shiah has been a frequent speaker at various, leading high-tech conferences, where he continues to evangelize his vision.

Before AgilePoint, Mr. Shiah’s prior startup ventures included a real-time decision support system developer acquired by G.E., and a global content management system developer funded by Sequoia Capital and acquired by SDL. Mr. Shiah graduated from NTUT in Taiwan and received a M.S. degree in Computer Engineering and a MBA degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.