Strengthening Airbloc’s engineering capabilities through rich experience as a data expert in large enterprises
To engineer more enterprise-level data exchange use-cases, Airbloc, a consent-based real-time data exchange platform, has hired Tony Byun, the ex-CTO of 10x10 as the new VP of Data Engineering. Tony’s illustrious career spanning several years as a data expert can be seen by his past work experience as CTO of 10x10 (TenbyTen), a prominent brand in Korea with more than 3.5 million customers on their e-commerce platform and offline stores. He also brings his rich experience as an Engineering Team Leader in Netmarble, the No.1 online game publisher in Korea that developed games familiar to us such as Lineage Revolution.‘Maximizing Data. Maximizing Performance.’
In order to realize Airbloc’s vision of maximizing business performance through data exchange, it is important for senior data experts with experience working in large enterprises to join the ranks of our company. Below is an interview we conducted with Tony Byun. Enjoy!Please share with us your background before joining our company.
I worked as a CTO of 10x10. 10x10 is a design-oriented e-commerce shopping mall with more than 3.5 million customers and more than 10,000 participating stores. As CTO, I was in charge of creating a data pipeline that helped 10x10 craft better data-driven business decisions and building an enterprise-wide business intelligence system (BI). Prior to 10x10, I was an Engineering Team Leader at Netmarble, №1 online game publisher in Korea which developed games such as Lineage Revolution. I was also a Platform Division Leader at NeoCyon, a company that provides global mobile gaming contents in 16 countries.I am curious as to how you served as a CTO at 10x10, and how you have achieved data-driven business success.
Before I joined 10x10, there was no culture to craft ...