CHICAGO, Ill.--Livingston International has appointed Craig E. Conway as chief technology officer. In his new role, Conway is responsible for product delivery, platform integration, infrastructure and quality. Conway will work out of Livingston’s US headquarters in Chicago, said a release.
“Craig’s unique portfolio of experience makes him exceptionally well-qualified to propel Livingston to the top as the leading technology innovator for our industry, providing solutions that are the greatest benefit to our clients," said Livingston International CEO Steve Preston.
Conway joins Livingston from Transaction Network Services, Inc. in Reston, Virginia, where he served as executive vice president and global chief technology officer since 2009.
With more than 25 years of experience, Conway has spent his career successfully leading efforts to drive product development, enterprise architecture and standardization, as well as process and customer service innovation. Conway will use his leadership experience in governance, merger integration, service quality and operational efficiencies to support innovation at Livingston.
“I’m excited at the opportunity,” said Conway. “Livingston International has a strong foundation built around its people and its processes and I look forward to building on our strengths to bring new and innovative solutions that will benefit our clients.
“The global trade market provides significant opportunities for our clients. To help them capitalize on these opportunities we need to develop new solutions that improve the visibility of their supply chain so they can adapt to changing conditions and ensure that speed and compliance are at the heart of our products,” he added.
Conway received his Bachelor of Business Administration in finance and legal studies and a Master of Business Administration in technology management from Temple University, Fox School of Business. Conway also serves on the Fox Institute for Business and Information Technology advisory board at Temple University. In addition, he is a member of the Technical Advisory Committee of Ben Franklin Technology partners, which funds early stage companies.