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Alex Tai

Principal
Alex Tai

Alex Tai

Principal

Overview

Alex is an energetic and passionate problem solver that loves taking on new challenges. With an eye for emerging technologies and current business trends, Alex enjoys helping organizations creatively craft solutions that drive business value. His favorite part about is job are the opportunities to create and implement a vision, delivering holistic end-to-end solutions.

Experience

Alex has over nine years of experience consulting and software engineering. He has developed skills in custom development, business intelligence, big data analytics, and project management. (Custom dev experience includes: enterprise portals, content management systems, inventory and task tracking, and customer-facing mobile applications). He has served clients across a wide range of industries, including: oil and gas, real estate, healthcare, professional services, electricity provider, finance & insurance, and media publication.

Outside of the Office

Alex is an avid sports fan, especially basketball and football. One of his goals I to attend an NBA game in all 30 cities. When he is not watching sports, he is staying active by running, practicing yoga or playing intramural sports. As a lifetime learner he enjoys learning new skills like cooking, drawing, photography and new languages.

Education and Service

Alex received a B.S. in Management Information Systems from The University of Texas at Austin.

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