I’m pleased to join the CTO Forum Executive Board at such an exciting time in software innovation. GE shares the CTO Forum’s belief in the power of digital, as evidenced in our recent launch of the GE Health Cloud.
Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) February 03, 2016
The CTO Forum and GE Healthcare today announced that Evren Eryurek, Software Chief Technology Officer for GE Healthcare, has been appointed to the CTO Forum Advisory Board. The CTO Forum brings together senior technology executives and business leaders in order to discuss and collaborate on key technology issues facing the industry and to accelerate innovation across organizations.
"We are honored to welcome Evren to our advisory board. He is one of the industry’s most respected forward thinkers and innovators with more than 20 years of experience in developing and leading new software-based growth technologies. His expertise, vision and knowledge will be a tremendous asset for the CTO Forum community,” said Basheer Janjua, founder and chairman of the CTO Forum.
“I’m pleased to join the CTO Forum Executive Board at such an exciting time in software innovation,” said Eryurek. “GE shares the CTO Forum’s belief in the power of digital, as evidenced in our recent launch of the GE Health Cloud. I look forward to collaborating with other industry leaders to harness the potential of cloud, mobile and digital technologies.”
Dr. Eryurek leads software technology programs across the entire GE Healthcare portfolio focused on driving customer success and on helping providers deliver improved patient outcomes. His responsibilities include overseeing the creation of a harmonized software architecture & platform; delivering, harnessing and maintaining common services across the platform; driving global strategy and engineering capabilities; developing and delivering Cloud, Mobile and Analytics technologies for clinical, financial and operational customer outcomes; and leading software development as a function including its governance, processes, tools and execution.
He is championing several initiatives across GE Healthcare including Cloud and Mobile first design, Software User Experience, Big Data & Analytics, and the adoption of Agile methodologies as the software business process. He is also a member of GE’s Software Council.
He began his GE career at GE Transportation, where he served as General Manager of the Software and Solutions business. He led the development of GE’S Movement Planner system, which helps railroads solve capacity issues by better managing the movement of trains. Before joining GE in 2005, he was with Emerson Process Management group for over 11 years, where he held several leadership positions.