Edward Tilley, Chairman and CEO
Author, Lecturer, CEO and Chairman, Edward Tilley is a 20-year Hitech Executive with Board and Not-For-Profit work in engineering. Proud of his one-million lines of code in career, Edward’s six theses have founded the new econometrics science of Transition Economics, and have presented two competing engineering plans for World Peace (Sustainable Societies globally). Your nation has a part to play.
Five years before Bill Gates announced “Outlook”, Edward’s “Recall” ruled the BBS systems that predated the web. In 1999, Google was an upstart when Yahoo was the engine to beat, and Edward said no to a billable internet search. The lesson-learned was that you have to monetize to be able to bring good to the world – an Google has. The Home Deal was an AirBnB competitor and GIS Mall that grew up in the less-fertile venture capital markets of Canada. Dashflows was used by Hewlett-Packard throughout the 2000s to win Gartner Research’s #1 Service Provider Award for almost ten consecutive years – despite tough competition from IBM, Accenture and others. Cinenergy, FoodBots, Robotic Roads, DotDomo, and other important Worthwhile Industries finance programs followed.
Edward has led dozens of companies from – enterprise sized to startups, through 300+ projects that built the internet, government and banking infranets, cloud, and ubiquitous business systems (ERP, Trading, A.I. Dashboarding, and more) for organizations in both North America and Europe. Our office presence in Paris and London evolved from that work.
His CSQ Research-branded programs and planning are known to World Leaders, the United Nations, and his theses and 40-published articles are available to academic researchers, libraries, book sellers, and found on Amazon, Apple, Ingram, Kindle, Audible, and others major media outlets worldwide.