Delivering better services – lessons from Netflix, Uber and US Digital Service

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Delivering better services – lessons from Netflix, Uber and US Digital Service

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This year we will be celebrating the 4th edition of the Puerto Rico Tech Summit and we would like to extend an invitation for you to be a part of it. The event will be held at the Puerto Rico Convention Center in San Juan, on Tuesday, June 7, 2016.

This Summit is known for bringing together high-ranking world government officials, engaged in disruptive technological strategies, and technology industry leaders who continually push the boundaries of disruption to build companies that disrupt traditional habits to develop innovative solutions to transform and improve delivery of government services.  

Eventbrite - Tech Summit 2016: The Strategy is Delivery.

Some of our featured speakers:

                                   Brian Holt – Senior UI Engineer at Netflix

Learn about delivering better UX & UI with Brian Holt’s presentation on
“Keeping users in the couch watching ‘House of Cards'”

Paul Ahlstrom – Alta Ventures

Learn about the roadmap to creating an investment fund in Puerto Rico – Paul shares his story on the internal market research that led Alta Ventures to create two investment funds in Mexico.

  Erie Meyer – founding member of US Digital Service

Named one of Forbes 2014 30 under 30, Erie will deliver a presentation titled:
“If you can’t deliver simplicity in software, complexity will win and it will fail”

Francisco Sordo – Uber Latin America

Learn about Uber expansion in Latin America and Puerto Rico, the “Sharing Economcy” and the economic impact of the sharing platform.

Greg Gershman – Former White House Innovation Fellow, Healthcare.gov

Co-founder of Ad Hoc USA, Greg share his belief that small, smart teams of developers can improve how government delivers services.  Learn about the Vets.GOV contract and future opportunities with Federal contracting

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