Edward (Teddy) Alexander, founder and Chief Executive Officer of tTech, Jamaica's first Managed IT Service Provider, is a true visionary in the field of Information Technology.
This profoundly capable IT specialist and business executive established tTech in 2006 after an illustrious 18 year career with GraceKennedy, where he served as the company’s Chief Information Officer. His distinguished career spans more than 3 decades. During the 1980’s he worked in the alternative energy field at the Ministry of Mining & Energy and the Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica before switching to the information technology field when he assumed the position of Management Consultant at KPMG Peat Marwick & Partners. In 1988 he joined Grace Unisys as an Account Manager and it was here his passion for IT blossomed.
By 1993 he was given responsibility for information technology at GraceKennedy and ushered in an era of innovation during his tenure until he left to form tTech in 2006.
His vision is to assist companies to improve the effectiveness of their investments in information technology by minimizing the cost of ownership of their infrastructure while maximizing the value from their business applications, ultimately leading to systems which contribute to increased competitiveness and profitability.
His many successes have been shaped in part by his experiences and too by his impressive educational background. He holds a Masters of Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania and Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Windsor. In addition he has completed professional courses at the Harvard Business School and the University of Florida and is also a former President of the Jamaica Computer Society.