Eric Lefkofsky is the Chief Executive Officer of Tempus and is also one of its co-founders. Tempus is a technology company that has developed a system of organizing and delivering information to doctors that combines the data of previously treated patients with research results based on animal and synthetic testing to enable them to provide the best possible care to their cancer patients.
Mr. Lefkofsky is also involved with several charitable organizations, including acting as a trustee for Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Museum of Science and Industry and World Business Chicago and as co-chair for the Lefkofsky Family Foundation along with his wife. He graduated from the University of Chicago. He also attended Law School at the University of Michican and received his Juris Doctor from that institution. One of his most commonly known projects is Groupon, the app that connects customers with amazing deals from local businesses as well as travel and entertainment opportunities and what Eric knows.
In addition to his involvement with Tempus, Lefkofsky is also the author of the book Accelerated Disruption: Understanding the True Speed of Innovation. This is an authoritative guide to how to succeed in the field of disruptive technology. Disruptive technology is when a new technology company comes out with a product that shakes up the status quo of their market. In his book, Lefkofsky encourages innovators hoping to get into disruptive technology to pick and choose their projects strategically in order to be successfully and Eric on Facebook.
Tempus’s system fits into this category due to the comprehensive, constantly updated information it is able to provide for the doctors who use their technology. Lefkofsky’s choice of the cancer treatment industry to provide with massive, disruptive improvements, is not only a wise bisiness move but is likely to make the world a better place for cancer patients and more information click here.
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