Chhean Saur

Entrepreneur, Software Engineer, and World Traveler in Boston, Massachusetts

Chhean Saur

Entrepreneur, Software Engineer, and World Traveler in Boston, Massachusetts

Meet Chhean (pronounced chi-enn, rhymes with names like ian or breanne)

Chhean is an entrepreneurial software engineer currently living in Boston, Massachusetts. His interests ranges from technology entrepreneurship to travel, innovation, and being active playing sports such as martial arts, golf, hiking, running, dancing, and more.

My Professional Background:
I believe that we are all being overwhelmed with information from so many data sources. It has become harder to confidently make a decision because we many times need to aggregate information from multiple sources. For example, you might have to figure out the best dates and times to put on a marketing or advertising event and it becomes painfully tedious to have to analyze our favorite news feed, internal company financial data, and Facebook all simultaneously!
I currently specialize in Big Data technologies that are used to help enhance both companies and individuals to both recommend and make these complex decisions easier. My work and solutions have helped saved companies millions of dollars as well as numerous hours of work for individuals. Some of these solutions involve using machine learning, and I am fascinated by artificial intelligence.

My Personal Career Goal:
I am passionate about getting back to our human social roots and making technology more invisible. I believe that it should make life easier, NOT create more work for us! My goal is to make the joys in life more accessible to everyone through technology. And my hope is that by making the technology more seamless, it will let us put down our mobile phones relish our conversations with our fellow humans. But I also greatly enjoy new experiences. And so I love to travel and being open to new possibilities.

My Guiding Principles:
1. Failure only happens when you give up. This means if you keep trying, then you are already a success.
2. Every moment lived in now is a gift. That is why they call it the present. :)
3. Happiness is counting your blessings and being content with what you have.

  • Work
    • Saur Inc., WhatsBusy.com
  • Education
    • Providence College