About Tien

Tien Wong, CEO of Lore Systems, expects margins to shrink and competition for contracts to grow more fierce as agencies prepare for budget cuts.

Chairman & CEO of Tech 2000, Inc.

Chairman of Lore Systems and Opus8.

Serial entrepreneur, angel investor, community servant.  Speaker, writer, mentor, YPO/WPO Member. Champion of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. Entrepreneur in Residence at Georgetown University’s McDonogh School of Business.

My passion is Excellence.

Tech 2000 is a leading tech training, e-learning, and mobile content management software company.  Clients include Apple, Cisco, Verizon, AT&T, Dow, Novartis and other corporate clients, educational institutions, mid-sized organizations and the U.S. Dept of Defense.

Lore Systems is an IT services company concentrating on “IT as a Service” including IT support, enterprise network engineering, enterprise architecture and strategy, managed services, managed datacenter hosting, cloud computing (IaaS, PaaS, VPS and private cloud), and help desk/tech support.  We serve commercial, nonprofit, and government clients. We are certified by the US Small Business Administration as a HUBZone company.

Opus8 is a private investment firm focused on datacenters, cloud technologies, ITO, BPO, CRM, and call centers.

Boards:  Maryland Venture Fund AuthorityTechnology Council of Maryland, Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business, Potomac Officer’s Club,  Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) GAP Fund, SmartCEO Magazine, FounderCorps, Washington DC ArchAngels, cadre.

Connect with me!

Twitter:  @tienwong and @loresystems

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/stienwong

LinkedIn:  http://www.linkedin.com/in/tienwong

About.me:  http://about.me/tienwong

Quora:  http://www.quora.com/Tien-Wong

AngelList:  http://angel.co/tienwong

12 thoughts on “About Tien

  1. Tien, I’m very glad I stopped in to read your blog. Lots of wisdom and sound advice. I especially enjoyed my first encounter with the wisdom of Tim Ferriss, though I’m certain that the time I’ve spent wondering through all your content and links violates at least one of his 9 rules. See you at the next Lore Happy Hour!

    Jerry Mowery


  2. Tien,
    Love the Blog, and appreciate the Twitter links. Might want to add a comment section at the bottom of the blog itself.
    Good Luck!


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