14-Year MSI Veteran Keeps the Innovative Spirit Alive: Ted Warring named Chief Technology Officer

  • Multi-Systems, Inc. (MSI)
  • 02.10.12
Multi-Systems, Inc. (MSI), hospitality technology solutions provider, announces the promotion of seasoned executive, Ted Warring, to the position of chief technology officer.

As chief technology officer, Ted will oversee MSI's technology roadmap, the quality of systems and software, and preside over a team of development managers, quality assurance specialists, IT specialists, and software engineers. Ted’s goals are to provide technical leadership, improve current technologies, and implement future innovations offered by MSI.

Rick Munson, MSI president and CEO says, “Growing with MSI over the last 14 years, Ted has shown excellent technical, managerial, and mentoring skills. We have all been fortunate recipients of his core values of trust, integrity, patience, and kindness.  He participated in creating the founding base of MSI’s Guiding Principles and mirrors these in his daily interactions with the team members.  Please join me in honoring and congratulating Ted in this endeavor, and for his many contributions to our customers, our associates, and our families.”

Ted states, “I am honored to participate in the deployment of MSI's new generation of technologies, as we take our place as a leader in Cloud and online hospitality systems. It has been my privilege being part of the MSI family for over 14 years, and I am grateful for the opportunity to be part of this exciting and transformative time in the industry.”

Prior to joining MSI, Ted was a principal in two software companies focusing on software automation for several vertical market industries, and he was a sought-after software architecture consultant for various software companies during the DOS-to-Windows transition of the 1990's. Ted’s background in computer science and artificial intelligence research has leveraged his more than 27 years of software engineering and systems automation experience. Ted remains current on computer science research and theory, as well as new technologies for the private sector, and holds a number of technical certifications. Ted is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), and is a consulting member for several research projects.




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