History

History of TER

The Technology Executives Roundtable (TER) was originally founded by Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) as a company strategy to stay aware of local technology entrepreneurial endeavors across the country.

In 1993, DEC eliminated TER from its plans; however, through the leadership of local sponsors and leaders in the technology community, TER in Atlanta incorporated as an independent non-profit organization.

TER now consists of hundreds of high profile CEOs, CFOs and General Managers in the southeast technology community.

Over the past few years, TER has been focused on increasing member participation and value through more targeted and compelling programs that meet the needs of the chief executives and CFOs of technology companies.

“TER is the most productive and impactful organization for tech companies in our community. The meetings are always practically focused on relevant business needs of technology companies of all sizes. TER has distinguished itself as the forum for information of critical importance and value to tech entrepreneurs.”

John C. Yates
Morris, Manning and Martin, LLP