As the lead architect for Terakeet’s custom technology projects, Ryan incorporates the latest software advances into how Terakeet serves its clients. He designed and developed the first version of Chorus, Terakeet’s proprietary engagement engine. Chorus is a key component in how Terakeet’s strategists can be so successful in improving client brand visibility. Ryan’s team works diligently to grow Chorus constantly with new features and new technology integrations which provide new processes and ideas an environment in which to thrive.
Prior to his work on the Chorus platform, Ryan created a number of custom software solutions for Terakeet’s clients. These utilized a broad range of technologies including: speech recognition, retail RFID, behavioral content tailoring, machine learning, modern encryption, and even airport radar diagnostics. The development teams he has led have varied from a small group of programmers to a multi-company consortium of industry-leading tech firms. The deployments of these projects are just as diverse: from embedded systems to touch screen kiosks to smart phone apps to multi-server web architectures.
Born in Rochester, New York, Ryan graduated from Cornell University in 2004 and holds a B.S. in computer science. His hobbies include skiing, videogame development, and travel: he has visited 14 countries and more than 30 states.