E. Sterling Chamberlain III

Vice President & Senior Technologist

Mr. Chamberlain is Chief Technology Officer for WTRI proprietary software products and the chief architect behind our key solutions, such as the Profiler, the FutureView Event Generator and a number of automated data collection systems for measuring business performance. He is regarded as having a unique ability to deploy state of the art, leading-edge technology for measurable business value. Chamberlain began his career success in the early 1990’s, when he was the only executive to successfully deploy and design an enterprise technology with measureable financial benefits for New York City Transit. The gains were measured to be in excess of $300 Million the first year. His contributions to virtual world business solutions and the automation of cognitive science applications have won him numerous awards in recent years, including three awards for innovations in IT.

He is an author of several publications on the application of technology to improved business performance publishing several papers in scholarly journals on his methods.  He considers day-to-day shop floor operations, employee education and state-of-the-art technology as critical elements to a large-scale decision support technology implementation.

In order stay abreast of technology innovations, Mr. Chamberlain is an active member of the technology community and holds a number of technical certifications from Microsoft.

Professional Affiliations:

6/03 – Present   San Diego Small Business Server Users Group

4/00 – Present   Member Transit Managers Curriculum Committee sponsored by the National Transit Institute.

2/99 – Present   Member Task Force  on Professional Capability Building sponsored by American Public Transportation Association Committee on Research and Technology.

5/99  – National Register Who’s Who in Executive and Professional.

8/96 – 8/98   Fellow National Transit Institute fellows program sponsored by Federal Transit Administration through the Transit Research Board.

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