Bruce Steele

As CSO, Bruce provides strategy and leadership for Tiempo Development’s service portfolio and drives the company’s software engineering, professional services, consulting, and customer support initiatives forward. Mr. Steele is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of management experience in the areas of operations, corporate development, sales, and strategic planning with leading technology firms. “Even more so than is the case at many other companies I’ve seen, at Tiempo all of our activities take place in response to clients’ business requirements. That gives us the freedom to create the most powerful software we can and provide professional services that continue to enhance our clients’ value experience throughout the software lifecycle.” Before joining Tiempo, Bruce held a number of leadership positions at ePartners, a highly regarded business solutions consultancy recognized repeatedly by Microsoft’s with its prestigious Global Partner of the Year award. Under Bruce’s leadership as ePartners’ Executive Vice President of Operations, Sales, and Solution Strategy, the company grew from a $5 million start-up to a $90 million leader in its industry. Bruce’s career also includes senior-level positions with a number of other high-growth technology integrators, consultancies, and engineering firms. Bruce has a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Texas at Arlington. Outside of his involvement at Tiempo, Bruce and his wife enjoy travel, golf, and exciting mobile technologies.
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Getting Started with Microservices - Anatomy of a Strong MRD [2019]

Posted by Bruce Steele
Nov 5, 2018 12:00:23 PM

Getting Started With Microservices

 Getting started with microservices can be a challenging and stressful endeavor. It is a giant step for most organizations, and the path to success is paved with risk and uncertainty. There are countless articles and case studies available that attempt to guide you in your decision making and planning process. Many of these articles are intended to drive traffic or leads, without truly taking into considering the individual requirements that each company might have when trying to decide on whether getting started with microservices is the right step. After being involved with multiple microservices initiatives we have put together some guidelines to help guide your efforts. 

Microservices for Beginners

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Topics: Microservices, Software Architecture, Microservices Architecture

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Why Microservices - More Monolithic Clients Are Transitioning [2019]

Posted by Bruce Steele
Oct 31, 2018 12:52:06 PM

Why Microservices

Why Should Your Company Use a Microservices Architecture?

Many organizations adopting microservices decide that monolithic, all-in-one software environments no longer fit the way they work. Over time, these legacy systems can become difficult and expensive to manage. They sometimes provide functionality hardly anybody uses. It might take staggering resources to adapt them to enable the rapid innovation and digital processes that companies want to realize. Neither are all monoliths able to draw on the computing power and scalability of the cloud.

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Topics: Microservices, Software Architecture, Microservices Architecture

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The Importance of UX in Mobile Banking

Posted by Bruce Steele
Apr 12, 2016 2:39:36 PM

Like in most service-oriented industries, a terrible mobile banking experience can lead to customers looking for alternative solutions. The amount of users performing everyday tasks through mobile technologies is growing, and a mobile app may be the only channel for engagement that a bank may have.

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Topics: User Experience, Mobile, Financial Services

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