Randy Chung is the Chief Architect of Treez, and is responsible for designing Treez’ systems to be robust, secure, and scalable. With Treez’ focus on becoming the platform to power the cannabis industry, it is imperative for the software to be built with tomorrow’s needs in mind, so it can handle the market’s growth, changing needs, and unique challenges in regulation.
Randy’s career has encompassed both enterprise-scale and startup-scale endeavors. He started at Amazon, where he was a software developer on the retail website team. His work there included building services that run at Amazon’s global scale, and contributing towards patents for Amazon. After leaving Amazon, he founded his first startup, Zhurosoft, a mobile game company that was self-bootstrapped and grew to seven figure ARR. Afterward, he founded Mister Kraken, and grew the company to service 25% of Washington state’s cultivation/manufacturing market.
Randy holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley.