Art Burris has more than two decades of progressive business development and transformation experience as well as cross-team functional leadership that enabled him to significantly impact profitability and growth objectives by $2.4B for PayPal, Microsoft and GE Financial Services. His understanding of complex business processes and financial principles and practices, including transfer functions enables him to analyze enterprise needs and quickly develop plans and execute solutions to facilitate operating growth and improvements.
He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. He is also a Certified GE Six Sigma Black Belt, and holds Microsoft certifications for Capability Maturity Model Integration for Services (CMMI) and IT Operations (ITSM/ITIL/ITLC/SDLC).
Abou KoneDirector of Engineering (Ivory Coast)
Dubbing his personal blog “The Technological African” was a way for Abou Kone, a Cote d’Ivoire native now living in Maryland, to shock and refactor the thinking of his American developer
Amadou DaffeCEO/Co-founder (Senegal)
Back in 2009, Amadou came back to Africa in a quest to locate the best African software developers to kick-start a software outsourcing venture that operated entirely by African citizens but serving
Merkeb MengistuDirector of Marketing (Ethiopia)
Merkeb Mengistu has over 7 years experience in sales & marketing. She has experience in the FMCG, IT training and mobile industry. She first ventured into her professional journey with a law degree,
John AdamsDevOps Engineer/Trainer (Kenya)
First wrote code at age 15. Co-founded a tech startup while in his senior year at Strathmore University. John has 6+ years experience professional software development across different tech stacks. He's
Teka CherenetTraining Manager (Ethiopia)
With encouragement from his family, Teka moved to Awassa, a city 275 km away from the capital city of Ethiopia to study Computer Science at Hawassa University (formerly called Debub University) and