Jahan Ali

Jahan Ali
Jahan has over 20 years of experience in the Technology, Media, and Telecommunication industry. He founded mobileLIVE in 2010, with a vision of creating a “Canadian Centre-of-Excellence” for Development and Testing services. His innovative strategies and sheer determination have helped keep mobileLIVE on an explosive growth trajectory. In less than 7 years, the company that started with just himself, today houses more than 250 team members, has delivered 1000+ innovative digital solutions to some of Canada’s most iconic brands. Has achieved 100% customer retention and industry recognitions among Canada’s Best Managed Companies, Top Mobile Technology Companies in Canada, and Fastest-Growing Companies in North America. Prior to launching mobileLIVE, Jahan led various key roles in Motorola Canada for 9 years where he made significant contributions including two major patents. Jahan has also been recognized as the “MAX Business Leader of The Year” and a finalist in the “EY Entrepreneur of the Year” 2017.
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Technologies Come and Go but Experiences Last a Lifetime

/ by Jahan Ali


I love technology; so much so, that I have made a career out of it. I see its potential, and I see it as the answer to many questions and problems that we as a society face. Technology is not meant to complicate our life; rather simplify it, streamline it, and enable us to do more. And it is these experiences with technology that are at the forefront of the consumer's mind, not the complicated mechanisms behind it. It was Steve Matyas, CEO, Staples Canada, who once said “the customer doesn’t care what happens in the background,” and he couldn’t have been more right. Experiences define a brand; not products, services, or the technology that powers them.

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6 reasons why you should be adopting a DevOps culture in 2018

/ by Jahan Ali

Digitization is sweeping across many industries, creating an unparalleled demand for companies to innovate, experiment and deliver capabilities faster. Increasing speed and agility isn’t just a desire—it’s imperative for survival. You need to adopt a more flexible and efficient approach to software delivery—one that eliminates the barriers and exploits the dependencies between development and operations. And for that, you can adopt a DevOps culture.

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