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Ryan Gross

Vice President
Ryan Gross

Ryan Gross

Vice President


Mr. Ryan Gross brings his passion for technology, problem-solving, and team-building together to build quality solutions across many industries. He has taken a generalist approach in solutions ranging from native mobile apps to enterprise web applications and public APIs. Most recently, he has focused on how the cloud enables new application delivery mechanisms, developing and applying a Continuous Experimentation development approach to build a cloud-native IOT data ingestion and processing platform. Ryan strongly believes in a virtuous cycle of technology enabling process and team efficiency to build improved technology.


Ryan’s 7+ years of experience have included web application development, data modeling, streaming big data processing, standards-based integration and authentication, tablet and mobile app development, and public APIs. These projects have been developed for clients across many industries, including entertainment, healthcare, automotive, and agriculture. He has worked on multiple enterprise systems with upwards of 500 enterprise customers, consumer websites averaging millions of hits a day, and has excelled at presenting the solutions he developed to both internal and external clients.

Prior to joining Pariveda, while completing his master’s degree, Ryan was a Software Engineer at GE Healthcare.

Outside of the office

Ryan can be found spending time with his wife, Katie, and their young daughter, Morgan. He is a foodie who enjoys cooking interesting recipes, and he takes full advantage of the magnificent Chicago restaurant scene. Originally from Pittsburgh, and having attended Notre Dame, he is an avid Steelers, Penguins, and Irish fan.

Education and Service

Ryan received a Bachelors of Science from the University of Notre Dame, with a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Illinois.

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