VP, Strategic Innovation
Matthew Tyler navigates the challenging landscape of technological innovation and its application in business settings. Serving as the VP of Innovation and Business Development, Matthew brings over two decades of experience in operational and information technology. His primary aim is to assist businesses in finding technological solutions that support safety, boost productivity, increase efficiency, and make the most of their investments.
Matthew’s expertise has been especially beneficial to companies within the Healthcare, Retail, Industrial, and Commercial sectors, particularly among Fortune 1000 clientele. He approaches problems with a solution-oriented mindset, frequently utilizing technology to address sector-specific challenges.
His industry engagements include the CRN Magazine IoT Advisory Board, where as a member, Matthew collaborates with professionals from various fields to contribute to the growth and direction of the IoT market. He is also an Intel Channel Board of Advisors Alum. Over five years, Matthew shared insights and feedback with Intel on product technologies, market trends, and potential areas of investment.
A regular participant in industry events and conferences, Matthew values the exchange of ideas and the continuous learning such platforms offer. His contributions have earned him respect among his peers and professionals in the tech sector.
Integrators today are facing major upheavals. Artificial intelligence solutions are on the horizon, requiring enormous skill changes for field staff and potentially creating a more direct relationship between manufacturers and integrators’ clients. End user buyers are simultaneously moving steadily to cloud-based services, further creating the possibility that the software vendor will be more involved with your clients. And hiring skilled talent is tougher than ever, which is limiting some integrators’ ability to take on new projects or clients in other destinations. How are top integrators navigating these changes and not only retaining their value but adding new value in today’s changing marketplace?