Chief Technology Officer
Matt serves as CAI’s Chief Technology Officer and is responsible for enterprise technology, infrastructure, security operations, and all technical consulting practices. Matt provides strong leadership across the enterprise and ensures that all CAI technology stacks are modernized and prepared for the company’s planned future growth and scale. Matt continuously searches for new, innovative technologies that can enhance our companies’ capabilities as well as our clients.
Matt has served in other roles at CAI including Vice President – Technology, Executive Director – Intelligent Automation, and Co-Director – CAI Labs. In these previous positions, Matt was responsible for product development and technical consulting services and ultimately formed one of the most technically competent delivery teams in the UiPath partner network. Prior to joining the CAI team, Matt held positions at Accenture and Oracle.
Matt holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Psychology from Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication, Computer Science, and Psychology (Human-Computer Interaction) from Juniata College. Always seeking ways to instruct and help colleagues and clients, Matt has experience speaking at many conferences and webinars including various SIM events, TCCP, AI Summit, and many virtual events. Matt also serves on the ArtsQuest Technology Board and is a former board member (and continued supporter) of Easterseals Eastern Pennsylvania.
Matt's curated resources
How intelligent automation improves customer experience
Intelligent automation and robotic process automation are not only making business processes easier for internal teams, but they’re also making a positive impact on the customer experience.View this resource →
What does it take to succeed with RPA?
Recently, Matt Peters, CAI’s CTO, spoke at a leading industry technology conference about the state of RPA today—and what organizations must do to make the shift to automation.View this resource →
5 cybersecurity threats that send every enterprise into a panic mode
Cybersecurity, according to 61% of survey respondents, is the largest contributor and the top priority to global information security and risk management technology spending. Rising cases of phishing, cyber-attacks, ransomware and social engineering continuously pose high risk vulnerabilities for the IT architecture and therefore need immediate attention.View this resource →