AMUT (abbr. AMC) - management biographies|
is president and chairman of the board of AMC. A native of Singapore, Tan is a graduate of the prestigious Raffles Institution, Singapore. Upon graduation, he served on the Singapore Police Force for nine years, rising to the rank of Inspector of Police. In 1977, he founded a business that manufactured and sold aluminum products. In 1980, he left the industry and joined the firm of J. Ballas, Singapore, as a stockbroker. In 1986, Tan emigrated to the United States and entered the telecommunications industry where he started a value-added service network. In 1991, he founded Temasek Telephone Inc., which marketed PABX and telephone equipment. Temasek developed, among other products, a single line PABX. The following year, he teamed with Hispec, Singapore, to develop the MUX-6. Tan is a director and majority stockholder in AMC.
is the chief technologist for AMC. Chen has more than 20 years experience as a product developer in the telecommunications and computer industry and more than 10 years experience in executive management positions. He graduated cum laude from California State Polytechnic University where he received a bachelor of science degree in electrical and electronic engineering. He attended the Florida State University Master of Business Administration program and subsequently was a post-graduate researcher at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Chen started his career with National Telecommunications, the Latin American telecommunication operation company. In 1977, he moved to Wescom, Inc., a Silicon Valley telecommunications manufacturer which was acquired by Rockwell International. In 1979, he joined ROLM Corporation to undertake the technical migration of its popular Computerized Branch Exchange (CBX) into the international market. In 1979, he also founded Engineering Management Consultants, a technical consulting firm specializing in software engineering consulting and services. In 1984, he founded Evotech, Inc., a product development company that pioneered embedded computing. Chen has been a consultant to companies such as FMC, General Signal, Raychem, Ericsson, Racal Datacom, Pacific Bell, ROLM/IBM, Fujitsu America, and Perkin Elmer.
is the director of research & development for AMC. A graduate of Tunku Abdul Rahman College, he earned a diploma in technology, electronic engineering in 1985. During his more than 13 years of experience in telecommunications, Chan has held a number of engineering positions with companies such as Powermatic, Ramptel, Sime Darby/McDonnell Douglas and Unisys. In 1990, he joined Signal Corporation as engineering manager where he managed testing, technical evaluation and support for Telekom Malasia Berhard's Line Test Systems. In 1992, Chan returned to Tunku Abdul Rahman College as a lecturer on computer systems engineering and electronics. During his tenure, he also completed a LAN security access system project for the CAD laboratory, as well as a number of related R&D projects. Most recently, Chan served as technical director for Lattice Research where he directed the lead project management and consultancy team in the implementation of telecommunications projects.
is the financial consultant for AMC. A graduate of the University of San Francisco, he earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting in 1970. After receiving his undergraduate degree, Tan earned a masters in business administration from the University of California at Berkeley in 1972. Tan has more than 20 years professional experience in accounting. Presently, he works as a certified public accountant at Chek Tan & Co. - a firm that he founded in 1981. Previously, Tan held accounting positions with firms such as Price WaterHouse and KPMG Peat, CPA. While at these companies, Tan was responsible for auditing several large clients including American President Lines, Levi Strauss and the Fireman's Fund. Tan's early accounting experience includes studying internal controls in financial insurance systems. Tan is a member of the American Institute of Certificate Public Accountants and the California Society of Certified Public Accountants. He was the first president of the Singapore American Business Association (SABA).