Intelligent Technologies, Inc. (ITI) was founded in 1997 by Timothy C. Barry, a corporate executive with over 30 years of high technology company experience.
and a select group of experienced technology business consultants started ITI
to focus on Internet development and business consulting services.
Timothy C. Barry is a veteran business executive with a wide range of experience in technology companies.
His background includes business plan development, capital formation, all aspects of operational management, mergers, acquisitions and international business development.
During his over 30 years of business experience, including over 23 years spent in Silicon Valley, he has had experience in all aspects of technology company growth and development with a special emphasis on start up and early stage companies.
founded Intelligent Technologies, Inc.
in 1997 as a vehicle for his
has a state of the art understanding both of e-commerce strategy and of how it can be cost effectively developed and deployed by both new and established organizations.
Over the course of his career he has served in senior management roles as President, CEO, COO, CTO and as an independent consultant and outside director for high technology companies.
has had extensive experience in establishing and maintaining international relationships for domestic corporations.
first trading relationship in China in 1978 and he
has in depth experience in international manufacturing, product distribution, technology licensing and finance, particularly throughout Europe and in China, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan.
International partners have included Samsung
Tim holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Electronics Engineering and Computer Science from Oregon State University.
is the holder of eight patents.
He is also the author of five books, numerous articles and papers on the personal computer, software and semiconductor industries and he is a former InfoWorld columnist.
He is a life member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and a member of the Board of Advisors for the New Media Program in the School of Journalism at Oregon State University.