Brady Brim-DeForest

Chief Executive Officer

All companies are becoming software companies.

The barrier to entry is decreasing for all industries.

34% of people would prefer to bank with Apple.

Amazon is going head-to-head with logistics providers.

Tesla adds features and improvement seamlessly over the air.

Initial success came through expertise in products, services, and customers. Continued growth requires adding technology as a core business strategy.

To stay competitive and meet customer expectations, companies need to digitally transform.

Brady Brim-DeForest

Chief Executive Officer

Brady is a serial entrepreneur, digital pioneer, and technologist on a mission to transform the future of innovation. He serves as Chief Executive Officer of Theorem and Managing Partner at Halmos Ventures. He has also served as a member of the Board of Directors at the Open Web Foundation, and on the Steering Committee of the DataPortability Project.

Brady helped pioneer the application of lean product design, Agile development, and autonomous, self-empowered teams within the Enterprise and has helped numerous Fortune 500 companies implement radical new processes that enable them to design, build, and ship competitive products at startup speeds.

At Theorem, Brady has led platform and product architecture for services that power enterprise-scale technology solutions for customers like AT&T, Apple, American Express, Caterpillar, Cisco, Disney, Fox , Nielsen, Ubisoft and more — including software systems designed for global scale and mission-critical uptime in finance, telecom, media, and healthcare verticals.

Brady has spoken at numerous conferences in his fields of expertise, including NATPE, NAB, Digital Hollywood, DMA, NextTV, OMMA, IoT Security Summit, Act One, CREtech, and NxtStage, and he has guest lectured at both UCLA and USC on topics including product design, entrepreneurship, and digital innovation.

Brady is an elected Life Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute, and a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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