BURLINGTON, Mass., Dec. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Qstream, makers of software that uses science, data, and mobile technology to prompt meaningful behavior change, today announced Chris McCauley has joined the organization as Chief Technology Officer. Chris will lead and accelerate Qstream's technology roadmap, utilizing his extensive SaaS software experience.
"Qstream's superior technology is a major aspect of what differentiates us in the marketplace and empowers our customers to increase employee knowledge retention and behavior change in an intuitive, easy to use manner," said Rich Lanchantin, Qstream CEO. "With Chris's deep technical expertise building and scaling SaaS platforms, he and his team will help us continue to innovate in the market with our unique best practice microlearning approach."
A seasoned technology leader, Chris brings nearly three decades of experience with both B2B and B2C companies to Qstream. Prior to Qstream, he was CTO for large scale cloud and e-commerce platforms including Motocal.com and held the position of VP for Product Strategy at Informatica. Earlier in his career, he was co-founder of Clavis Insight, a leading provider of cloud-based solutions for consumer products, manufacturers, and retailers.
"Qstream's vision for the microlearning market, paired with its unique core technology and scientifically-backed delivery platform, has made the company a first-mover in the industry," said Chris. "I'm thrilled to join the team and lead Qstream's efforts as the company continues to push the boundaries of excellence in the L&D market."
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Queen's University, Belfast and a Master's of Science in Information Systems Management, Distinction from Ulster University.
About Qstream Developed at Harvard Medical School, Qstream is the only microlearning platform scientifically proven to quantifiably enhance job proficiency. Unlike traditional corporate training programs, the Qstream app delivers scenario-based, precision learning (Qstreams) in just minutes a day, and within the daily flow of work. Knowledge-intensive industries including life sciences, healthcare, financial services, and technology use Qstream to improve recall of critical information and identify individual proficiencies so managers know who, what and when to coach. With hundreds of customers and thousands of participants globally, including Mastercard, Pfizer, and Autodesk, Qstream is trusted to build teams that excel. To learn more, visit Qstream.com, and connect with us on Twitter and Linkedin.