We would like to congratulate Yasser Khan on receiving his latest recognition award. Yasser is featured in ‘D-CEO Magazine’ as a Business Leader. In D-CEO magazine’s July-Aug edition, Yasser is nominated for the EY “Entrepreneur of the Year” program 2016 of the US southwest region.
This year, for the ninth straight year, D-CEO took efforts to congratulate all the finalists in the program’s Southwest region. For 2016, there are 50 individuals in industries ranging from oil and gas to restaurants to healthcare & IoT and consumer products. The 2016 finalists were selected by an outstanding panel of hard-working and independent judges.
“I strive to create value in all my interactions with my customers and my employees to help them succeed with their day-to-day challenges. We continuously endeavor to create a better, more innovative and compelling place to work, for the near- and long-term success of our company.” Yasser said.
Ultimately, Yasser is chosen as a Finalist for the “Emerging Technology” category! The program wanted to acknowledge Yasser for the accomplishments of Plasma and C2M. It is a very great acknowledgment for Yasser and the entire Plasma team. This is a tribute to all the hard work that everyone, especially Yasser, has been putting into Plasma over the years. The Plasma team will continue to work hard and aim for greatness to ensure frequent success.
Congratulations Yasser Khan and a great work to everyone!
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About Yasser and Plasma
Yasser Khan, CEO of Plasma, is a veteran business executive and thought leader in the Digital Transformation, Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) space. Yasser has integral experience developing, implementing and managing smart technology solutions and platforms in an array of areas.
Plasma, a Dallas firm that Indian immigrant Yasser Khan incorporated in 2011, has developed software-based technology that automates the task of connecting corporate assets to the internet. The technology, sold under the name C2M, also allows managers at firms like AT&T to run data that web-enabled items provide through number-crunching analytics to provide new insights into what works in a business and what can be done better.