Craig Conway

Craig Conway
Chief Technology Officer

Craig ConwayIn April 2014, Craig E. Conway joined Livingston International in the role of chief technology officer with responsibility for technology, enterprise portfolio management, and general management for its software businesses. Craig has modernized Livingston’s infrastructure and application capabilities by leveraging mobile, cloud, machine learning, data analytics, and blockchain technologies.

Craig joined Livingston from Transaction Network Services, Inc. in Reston, Virginia where he served as executive vice president and global Chief Technology officer since 2009, leading 500 technology professionals serving customers in over 60 countries in the telecommunications, retail, banking and financial services industries.

For five years prior to that, Craig held progressive executive positions including chief technology officer and general manager with First Data Corporation, one of the world’s largest electronic payment processors. Craig was senior vice president, technology and operations with Concord EFS Inc. for five years prior to its merger with First Data in 2004.

He has a unique portfolio of experience and has achieved exceptional results in driving product development and global product offerings, enterprise architecture and standardization, and process and customer service innovation. Craig also brings leadership experience in governance, merger integration, service quality, operational efficiencies, and ultimately, building great teams.

Craig holds a B.B.A. in finance and legal studies and an M.B.A. in technology management, both from Temple University, Fox School of Business in Philadelphia. He also attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management Executive Program in product development.

Craig served on Temple University’s Management Information Systems advisory board and as an IT Fellow. In addition, he sat as a board member for their Institute for Business and Information Technology. Craig also sits on the Technical Advisory Committee of Ben Franklin Technology Partners, which evaluates business plans and products for investment by the state of Pennsylvania.