Computing That Serves

Colloquium: Jeremy Warren, V.P. of Vivint


Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 11:00am


Jeremy Warren


Parris Egbert


Jeremy Warren is Vice President of Innovation at Vivint Inc., the largest home automation company in North America. In this position, Jeremy drives growth and business opportunities and oversees the creation of new product and services ideas for Vivint. He works closely with the entire innovation team to create the structures and processes necessary to analyze new business ideas and allocate resources for their development.
Before joining Vivint, Jeremy was the Chief Technology Officer at 2GIG Technologies, a leading provider of innovative solutions for home security and home automation. There he was responsible for the engineering and mass production of 2GIG’s product line, with a particular focus on forward evolution in this now rapidly-changing industry.
Prior to 2GIG, Jeremy was the Chief Technology Officer of the U. S. Department of Justice, where his responsibilities included formulating the Department's technology strategy, providing technology expertise in program oversight, performing research, and coordinating all aspects of the Department's technical architecture. Jeremy was also the Chief Architect of Lavastorm Technologies, where he focused on rules-based processing systems, data mining, and statistical analysis.
Jeremy studied computer science engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.