Two Long Island-based tech companies that have a strong presence and participate actively in the local business community will host a webinar this week to talk about how they are using some of their technology to help businesses locally and beyond during the COVID-19 crisis.
Presenters will be Tyler Roye, CEO of Huntington-based eGifter, which provides innovative e-gift cards and digital gifting solutions, and Michael Ohayon, COO of Garden City-based Webair, a leading managed Cloud and IT infrastructure solutions provider. Moderating the discussion will Paul Trapani, president of LISTnet, a local nonprofit tech trade organization.
About the presenters:
eGifter CEO Tyler Roye
After co-founding and growing Invision.com, Inc., one of the first and most innovative Managed Service Providers in the country, Roye and his team successfully sold the fast-growing venture-backed company in 2007. The company was a pioneer in what has today become the omnipresent cloud services business. He and the team went on to found eGifter, which provides innovative e-gift cards and digital gifting solutions. In his role as CEO of eGifter, Roye has resumed his hands-on leadership style of orchestrating idea-flow into actionable plans.
Webair COO Michael Ohayon
Michael Ohayon is the Chief Operating Officer of Webair, New York’s leading managed Cloud and IT infrastructure solutions provider. Ohayon has over a decade of experience as a leader in the field of Information Technology. Overseeing all operations within the company, Ohayon excels at creating and cultivating high-performance teams. He intuitively sees opportunities that wind through an organization and brings them together in a coherent whole. As the COO, Ohayon has been integral to the growth of the company, forging a unique path and inspiring change to develop action across all departments of the organization. With exceptional proficiency in decision making, developing strategic initiatives, and establishing governance boundaries, all processes and procedures throughout the organization have been streamlined under Ohayon’s leadership.
The webinar is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday, May 21. To register, visit LongIslandPress.com/Tech. The event is presented by Schneps Media, the parent company of the Long Island Press.