Chief Information Officer
Aram Ter-Martirosyan holds a Bachelor of Science degree from UCLA in Computer Science and Computer Engineering, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University. He started his professional career in 1993 at AT&T a Telecommunications Company as a Software Engineer and very rapidly advanced to Senior Software Engineer, Project Manager and ultimately, Software architect. At AT&T, he designed and developed real-time call management software and a billing system which saved the company more than thirty million dollars in operational expenses within the first two years of deployment. He was highly recognized numerous times by his peers and senior management. In 1996, Aram joined NetCount.com, a new Internet startup, as co-founder and CIO, who designed and implemented a real-time website hit counting and verification system which revolutionized the Internet’s add-and-hit counting and reporting technology. This company was successfully sold to a much larger competitor, which is still utilizing the same system, mainly for being more advanced in technology. From 1997 to 1999, he worked as an independent consultant for the software development and IT departments of Telecommunications and Internet companies. Aram Ter-Martirosyan worked with numerous well-known companies including MCI Telecommunications, Sprint Telecommunications, Star Telecom, Geocities.com (Yahoo) and Aegis Telecommunications Group. In September of 1999, Aram Ter-Martirosyan joined Arax Telco, Inc as co-founder and CIO. In 2002 he joint Hi-Tech Gateway, Inc as co-founder and CIO and CopnnectTo Communications, Inc again as co-founder and CEO. Aram Ter-Martirosyan has organized and is part of many Armenian organizations, Armenian Engineers and Scientist of America (AESA.org), HyeZinvor (hyezinvor.org) nonprofit organization, Hayrenaser nonprofit organization, Geopolitical Club nonprofit organization and think tank(geopolitical.tv), Haduk nonprofit organization, Unified young Armenians (UYA), SARF (Syrian Armenian Relief fund), Armenian American Museum and many others.