Raymond Fu

Raymond is an Information Technology leader with over 16 years of experience specializing in big data, business intelligence, and enterprise architecture.

Raymond Fu has served as Assistant Vice President for Bank of America in a blend of roles ranging from highly technical to functional. As an innovative technology builder balanced by business acumen, his career is highlighted by multiple transition initiatives he was put in charge to support the data integrations for the merge of Fleet, MBNA, La Salle and Merrill Lynch. He has demonstrated his broad-based view and flexibility to create quick win solutions or frame long term complex multi-million dollar road maps.

After gaining 10 years of corporation experience, Raymond Fu made a transition to entrepreneurialism by founding his own technology company Xceed Consulting Group Inc. providing service in full software development life cycle, including requirements definition, design, system configuration, testing, deployment and training. The company also provides business intelligence and big data solutions to help business bring return on investment with data driven IT solutions and strategies.

Raymond Fu is active in Atlanta IT community and served as board members for various non-profit organizations. He was elected President for 2012 – 2013 for Atlanta Chinese IT Association, where he still serves the board till today.

Raymond Fu currently lives in Irvine CA and works as a Big Data Practice Architect for Trace3.

Raymond Fu holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from Georgia State University and a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature from Tsinghua University in China.

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