UXTesting Inc. Appoints New CTO to Lead Technology Efforts




Image: Aldrich Huang, CEO and co-founder of UXTesting (Left) and Chris Tollinger, CTO of UXTesting (Right)

 

UXTesting (UXTesting.io), the leader in user experience analysis for global corporations, today announced the expansion of its executive team with appointing Chris Tollinger as a new Chief Technology Officer. Using his 10+ years of IT industry experience, Chris will centralize, provide AI strategy for different cultures, and expand the engineering team globally.

 

Chris attended the University of Texas at Austin and earned a B.S in Computer Science. Years later he returned to study business and eventually completed a Master’s of Science in Technology Commercialization. Prior to joining UXTesting, Chris was a six-year veteran of the Air Force serving as a communications officer. In this role, he maintained and defended computer systems and networks. Currently, Chris is an experienced software engineering manager balancing building products and leading talented people. In his new role, Chris will evolve the UXTesting technical direction and development with deep learning to support the growing needs of the researchers and UX designers and keep our vision “Better UX, Happier Users” by our technology.

 

Chris has the expertise, experience, and a technical vision, which will be highly beneficial for UXTesting as we look to develop our plans for the user experience industry by using latest Artificial Intelligence and machine learning technology in pursuit of making UX professionals effective and easier than ever before.

 

“UXTesting is an amazingly innovative platform and I have no doubt we will become the standard for companies to improve desirability for all their digital products. I was impressed from Day 1,” said Chris. “I am looking forward to working with such a talented team and bring the next phase of maturity while expanding our core platform. It’s going to be a lot of fun.”

 

Aug, 4th, 2018 10:35 AM (CDT)

 

 

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