Armando Viteri has more than 25 years of executive management and expertise in the enterprise computing, software, networks, and services market. Currently, he is CEO of Neubloc, an outsource software development, design, and testing firm. He is also founding partner of Teqniksoft which focuses on AI related software development. Previously, he was President and CEO of RF Code, Inc., an emerging growth RFID solutions business where he raised Tier 1 VC financing and delivered RFID hardware and software products to market. He co-founded and was President of Pinpoint Corporation, the industry's first Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS) company where he pioneered the use of this technology for mission critical applications. Before Pinpoint, he was EVP of TriTeal Corporation where he was responsible for creating domestic and international sales channels and infrastructure and drove the advanced Java™ development organization resulting in three patents. Following three private financings, he played an instrumental role in TriTeal's successful IPO in 1996 and secondary public offering in 1997. From 1983 to 1993 Mr. Viteri held various sales, marketing, and management roles with Sun Microsystems, Inc. Joining Sun during its start-up phase, during his tenure he created, managed, and executed many initiatives that were important in the company’s early success. Mr. Viteri has served on several technology company boards and variety of industry standards bodies and is an active technology angel investor. He is the Founding Chair of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Phoenix, Regional Chair of the MIT Educational Council and President of the R. Charles Thompson Fund (an MIT scholarship fund). Mr. Viteri earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.