After studying quantitative economics, Michael took his career in a slightly different direction—away from supply and demand in favor of software consulting. As he progressed through technical architecture roles, Michael gravitated toward opportunities that were packed with potential—like helping Lytx tap the market. However, it’s the open and honest culture that keeps him around.
Michael knows that beyond every celebratory bell ring to recognize new sales, engineers are tinkering away to build and maintain products that help save lives. Because of this, Michael dedicates mornings to walking the floor—and fills his schedule after hearing what’s needed on the frontline. Michael solves problems as soon as they arise, like quadrupling the response time in the data center.