In this exclusive video, Alvin Tedjamulia looks at the importance of having an interconnected organisation to improve an organisations ability to transform their business with technology. He discusses the importance of data and content management as a global streamlined process, as opposed to operating as various regional units, restricting the accessible data across an international organisation. He explains how NetDocuments helps global organisations with the business transformation through their use of NetDocuments, highlighting 'the power of one', not just for people but documents and locations too.
Alvin Tedjamulia co-founded NetDocuments with his two partners in 1998. Alvin graduated in Computer Science and Statistics from BYU as a University Scholar and summa-cum-laude, and pursued graduate studies in the MBA program and masters in Computer Science. He received the Outstanding Young Scientist award from the United Nations and was co-founder of SoftSolutions, until WordPerfect and Novell acquired the company.
At WordPerfect he served as Director of Strategic Planning for Groupware, and later as Chief Technology Officer for WordPerfect Corp. Alvin was a co-founder of the Open Document Management API (ODMA), and the Document Enabled Networking (DEN) industry consortium. He served as one of the four Board Members of the OpenDoc group, with representatives from IBM, Apple Computers and Adobe. At Novell, Alvin was VP of Engineering for Java Technology and Vice President of the Advanced Technology Group, responsible for R&D, Novell Developers Kit, Java Virtual Machine, machine translation services, distributed technologies (including CORBA), Web Application Servers, RAD components, Netscape technologies, and Oracle services for Novell.
Alvin is a well-known technology and legal industry speaker. He was the original chief designer for Comprehensive Law Office (CLO), an accounting and time & billing system for Law Firms which is now with Aderant.