For more than 20 years Cesar has been applying leadership combined with his expertise in software development and User Experience. Together with his brother, they founded Making Sense in 2006, a UX-focused software development company with more than 150 employees and 3 software products; one of which was awarded and later on, acquired by a Silicon Valley company.
Apart from serving as CEO and founder of Making Sense, Cesar has participated as speaker at various IT events, including World BPO-ITO Forum in NY, SXSW 2013, and more. He was also selected among the 2013 Nearshore Americas’ Power 50 Leaders and in 2016 he was chosen to take part in the Stanford Latino Entrepreneur Leaders Program. This past September, he was awarded as the Top Midmarket IT Executive of the Year, recognized as the most influential vendor and solution provider executive because of his strong commitment to the midmarket customers, for his leadership, and for his strategic thinking.
He lives in Portola Valley, California with his wife and two kids.
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