The world of technology has grown by leaps and bounds throughout the decades. Information technology is one of the fastest growing fields in society, and it’s very rewarding. The average person uses some form of technology on a daily basis, but many of the developers who build these advanced devices never becomes prominent to the public eye. This is where William Saito comes into the picture, and this man has used his company to shed light on these overlooked developers. Tecur, a consultancy and capital venture firm, provides a wide range of services for aspiring technologists. Tecur definitely has its clients’ best interests in mind by developing global talent, by identifying innovative technologies and by helping tech-entrepreneurs in becoming more successful.
William Saito was born back in 1971. He was the oldest child out of three siblings. Saito and technology tends to go hand-to-hand to some degree. While in junior high school, he started his very first software company. By the time he made it to college, this software company was up and running on all cylinders. I/O Software did a phenomenal job of identifying fingerprint recognition, and it translated Japanese characters to English characters very well. This was just the start to something that would become epic. In 1998, Ernst & Young presented him with the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award. Siato would go on to be featured by many high-profile companies like NASDAQ and USA Today.
As of today, Saito is a well-rounded businessman. He has had a hand in a number of tech-related projects, and he has provided cybersecurity for multiple Japanese organizations. In a sense, he is a true pioneer of the sport. “A typical day for me is to find innovative solutions that will benefit people in real-time.” He brings his ideas to life by a term that he has titled as “design thinking.” This method is all about failure, but failure can cause an individual to perfect his craft and rise to the occasion when needed. William Siato is definitely a futurist, and he will continue to push the boundary of technological excellence.