Accelerate Live! talk: Learning from Silicon Valley - Using SaaS to automate AEC, Sean Parham, Aditazz

Sean Parham shares how Aditazz is shaking up the traditional design and construction approaches by applying lessons from the tech world.

   

Straight from Silicon Valley, Sean Parham has spent nearly his entire career in the tech and telecom worlds, from Motorola to Cisco to launching his own startups.

Last July, he joined the executive team of one of the AEC industry’s hottest tech-focused startups: Aditazz.

As VP of Product Marketing and Management, Parham is leading the firm’s charge in shaking up the traditional design and construction approaches.

The firm’s goal is to simplify and improve what is an inherently complex and messy process by adapting technologies and methodologies from the semiconductor and software development worlds.

In this 15-minute talk at BD+C’s Accelerate Live! conference (May 11, 2017, Chicago), Parham takes us through the "Aditazz way" for automating traditional AEC practices.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Sean Parham is VP of Product Marketing and Management with Aditazz. With over 25 years in SaaS (software as a service), enterprise software, and broadband networking, Parham is a successful entrepreneur and executive committed to building and launching innovative products.

From founding startups to executive management of large-scale enterprises, his experience spans marketing, general management, and product development.

Before joining Aditazz, Parham was VP and General Manager of IoT New Ventures for Cisco, where he was responsible for creating an IoT PaaS (platform as a service). Prior to Cisco, he was retained by Pace plc following its acquisition of 2Wire, where he was Chief Marketing Officer.

He helped lead the strategic process that resulted in the Pace acquisition of 2Wire for $475 million. While CMO at 2Wire, he headed the company's strategic planning, corporate marketing, product marketing, and worldwide sales support.

Parham holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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