Matthew Kineiko is a technology visionary and evangelist who has an innate ability to evaluate the power of technology can have on potential business impact. He is an experienced technology researcher who cuts through the marketing hype around technology and defines real value and sustainability. Matthew’s ability to identify technology trends and how they can be leveraged in industry has helped many companies optimize their technology investments to meet their business goals.
Matthew has over 25 years experience in the technology industry, primarily in the emerging technology space. He is currently the CIO/CTO of Fundamental Business service (FBS) Inc., where Matthew sets all technology strategies and investments. He is also the Founder of a boutique consulting firm, Underhill Technology, which helps companies with technology modernization, enterprise architectural guidance and emerging technology practices.
Previously, Matthew spent over ten years in an IT Executive role at the Estee Lauder Companies, where he held several positions in the Emerging Technology, Enterprise Architecture, Mobile Center of Excellence and e-Business areas. As the lead practitioner in the Emerging Technology space, Matthew worked with business leaders across Estee Lauder’s portfolio of 25+ global companies helping identify significant technology trends that could impact business strategies. With those insights, he partnered with the business to create pilots marrying business vision with top startups and think tanks from Silicon Valley, Silicon Alley and other technology hotbeds including the MIT Media Lab. He was responsible for the creation of the Mobile Center of Excellence which was an early pioneer in bringing mobile technology to the retail and enterprise spaces.
Matthew is a frequent speaker at technology conferences on topics such as Data Warehousing, Technology Modernization, Mobility, and Emerging Technology, and is often asked by Apple and other major technology vendors to speak to their customers about best practices on how to design and implement mobile retail deployments.
Matthew graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he holds degrees in Chemistry and Political Science.