Friday's Last Word: BitTitan CEO Geeman Yip

Friday's Last Word: BitTitan CEO Geeman Yip

Geeman Yip founded BitTitan in 2007 and has served as CEO since its inception. As CEO, Geeman guides the company’s strategic growth as a cloud services delivery and managed services automation pioneer. He is instrumental in defining and driving BitTitan’s core technologies which enable IT service providers to manage the entire lifecycle of selling to, onboarding and servicing cloud customers. Filling a void in the marketplace, BitTitan was founded to eliminate the barriers to digital IT transformation, including complexity, risk, cost and time constraints associated with selling, onboarding and servicing the cloud. Under Geeman’s leadership, BitTitan continues to experience worldwide growth and success through its automated cloud-based solutions. With its 10K+ partners, BitTitan has helped over 4.5 million users from more than 105,000 companies spanning 140 countries successfully adopt the cloud.  

See also: A Decade of Being Different: BitTitan CEO Reflects on 10 Years in the Cloud

Geeman has two decades of experience in the software and IT industries, including email services, identity management, telephony systems and business productivity applications. Prior to BitTitan, Geeman was a program manager at Microsoft where he worked on a number of initiatives ranging from consumer devices to enterprise services. He contributed to the release of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager and Microsoft Office suite. Geeman holds an Information and Computer Science degree from University of California, Irvine and is the author of multiple US software patents.

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