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Spotlight on a Volunteer - July 2016

Posted By Lyndsey Zajac, Wednesday, July 06, 2016
Updated: Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Christopher Carpenter
CEO and President
Bienabee Technologies
Seattle Chapter Leader

Chris Carpenter is an entrepreneur and the co-owner of Bienabee Technologies (www.bienabee.com) located in Bellevue, WA. Bienabee was founded in 2013 and is a leading SDLC solutions and software company that specializes in delivering best practice Agile, DevOps, & Waterfall methodologies to solve complex QA Problems.  Mr. Carpenter enjoys any opportunity to share his industry leading expertise by speaking at Vivit and HPE Discover sessions.

As an HPE Resale Partner, Bienabee gets to work closely with HPE R&D to help shape the future of the HPE Application Delivery Management (ADM) toolsets and to work on the most complex of customer solutions including being a design partner at the TriZetto Corporation with the HPE Agile Manager toolset.  Chris’ mission is to ensure his company’s clients are receiving the maximum return on their investments in their HPE ADM tools as well as the strategies to make any project a successful one.

What I like about volunteering for Vivit:

"Being apart of the Vivit community has been a wonderful experience. At my very first Vivit meeting I was asked to speak on my work with HPE’s Business Process Testing at Portland General Electric. I was a bit nervous but after I started my presentation, the premise of Vivit clicked for me. These fellow members weren’t there to be sold on a product or concept, they were there to learn from my experiences.  The reason they attended the meeting was driven by their own internal quest for knowledge.  Now as the Vivit leader for the Seattle Chapter, I have the ability to help others grow which is the most rewarding aspect of being a Chapter leader.  In our Chapter we pride ourselves on finding interesting new topics, meeting great speakers, and networking with other Seattle technology professionals." 

 

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