Ron Gutman professional background is that of a marketing executive. For the last eight years he has been working as a co-CEO for Intrivo, an innovative software company and leading digital marketing agency. In his personal life, Ron is an engineer who loves speed and graphics props,
“Working with so many talented people on such a wide variety of projects is very rewarding,” says Ron Gutman. “I’ve been employed at Intrivo since 2011 and it’s always interesting to meet different people with different backgrounds. Being able to communicate with someone from a different industry makes for interesting discussions. The healthy working environment is quite encouraging and more productive than I would have expected.” Ron Gutman adds: “I like that my job has never been the same day-to-day, with ups and downs, highs and lows.
It’s very challenging in that it requires me to problem solve at all levels. I also enjoy a challenge which Intrivo also provides as many projects are unique. Internally, I’m responsible for two groups which offer creative solutions to problems that come up from a variety of sources. Ron Gutman informs that this involves creating and implementing user interfaces, business processes, marketing plans and PR strategies.”
Ron commenced his career as a computer science engineer working at Silicon Graphics Inc., where he helped design algorithms for rendering graphics on the GPGPU. Healthcare expert Ron Gutman later switched to the software industry and joined Just-In-Time software as a manager while continuing his passion for overclocking CPUs.
“The process of overclocking requires a deep understanding of how to program the central processing unit (CPU) and to gauge its performance.” “I started this hobby in 1991 and became a competitive overclocker, who later became sponsored by a major PC OEM. Once silicon technology caught up with my vision, I was able to design low-power processors that ran at extremely high clock speeds. Eventually, Ron Gutman finally states: I moved from the software industry into the financial market where I spent ten years as an options trader.