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Jamme Tan

Jamme Tan

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Resource Director Jamme Tan has been a part of Sterling Medical Devices’ team for over 17 years, serving in multiple roles and advancing in company leadership. Mr. Tan has considerable experience in all phases of full lifecycle development under QSR compliant quality systems, especially with software and  project management using Agile practices. He leads Sterling’s team of software engineers and collaborates with clients to understand their project and needs, build an exceptional team, develop solutions to address their unique challenges, and bring their product to life. Mr. Tan has cultivated a broad expanse of expertise in software and firmware development utilized in crucial roles on project rescues as well as new product development across a broad range of projects, from wearable and implantable embedded systems to web portals and mobile applications. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from New York University and is a Certified SCRUM Master and SCRUM Product Owner. Mr. Tan derives tremendous value from his work, improving processes and expanding the capacity of his team, secure in the knowledge that the state-of-the-art solutions he delivers offer remarkable benefits to Sterling’s clients and the people who need them. 

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