Software has become an integral part of our daily lives, making tasks easier and more efficient. Increasing computing power has led to beautiful interfaces and realistic digital experiences. However, there’s still a long way to go.
If you balance integrity with ingenuity and resourcefulness, you will get the best possible answer.”– Corinne Bartow
How much should we rely on AI? What does it look like to center integrity and individualization as technology advances? What is the long-term impact that software has on our lives?
Today’s guest, Corinne Bartow, VP of Fintech Partnerships at MX, joins us to talk about her experience in technology over the past 25 years and the importance of ethics and collaboration in software development. Corinne’s industry experience spans a wide range of areas, from engineering and marketing to sales channels and alliances. She’s launched many successful go-to-market initiatives, specializing in various ecosystem and partner programs. Corinne has a knack for connecting with all her company’s internal and external stakeholders in complex partnerships to ensure that what needs to get done is actually done.
In this conversation, Corinne and I discuss the need to prioritize the human side of technology, the importance of values and beliefs in an organization, what it’s like to be a woman in technology, the evolution of software, the good, bad, and ugly of AI, and more.
Highlights with Corinne Bartow
– Corinne’s fascinating career path from product engineering to sales and beyond
The significant impact of Brandon Dewitt, Co-Founder of MX, including his legacy and the importance of values and beliefs in an organization
– Corinne’s early passion for photography, marine biology, and engineering and why she ultimately chose to pursue a career in engineering
– What it’s like to be a woman in technology and the fight against internal biases
– Finding your path to having a charismatic presence
– Why women especially need to be careful when taking on “glue work”
– The evolution of software over the past 25 years
– How the power of computing and user-centric design have changed software, particularly in the banking industry
– The good, bad, and ugly of AI
– Balancing integrity, ingenuity, and resourcefulness in decision-making
– What people-driven technology means to Corinne