The Remarkable Early Success, Prodigy Skills and Other Stories of William Saito

A company executive or CEO has to be both capable of handling the leadership of the company but is also adaptable to the modern changes in technology. Those who are on top have the edge because they know innovation. They understand the power of tech. They understand that talents can significantly be enhanced with the right boost from tech tools. One of these exceptional CEOs, leaders and market game changers is no other than Entrepreneur of the Year by Nasdaq, William Saito. And all of the anecdotes, commercial success and commendable decisions that Saito now have are easily learned through his new book available on Amazon.


Story From Childhood to Now

His book, “An Unprogrammed Life: Adventures of an Incurable Entrepreneur” encapsulates everything that makes William Saito one incredible guy. It details the childhood life of Saito, including the days when it was clearly evident to him and his parents that he was indeed a prodigy. The book is a story of how Saito is a unique personality but doesn’t lose the heart in creating products that he thinks would benefit the general good. He is a self-taught genius who also handled business responsibilities that panned to an immense success. His business angle has indeed been a source of inspiration for many people, especially because the ideas he developed resulted in creating job-making industries and companies.

The Early Success

People can also get a complete set of details about William Saito’s career growth in the profile of him from Hi-Tech Chronicle. It is there that people may get an idea of the work he did that made him worthy of being called Entrepreneur of The Year in 1998 by Ernst and Young. It also details his success as a consultant for clients all over the world, including the U.S. Dept of Defense’s Counter-terrorism Unit and several government units in Japan.

Another remarkable success in the name of Saito would be the work he did with Sony, where he invented a security mechanism called I/O. It is now the groundbreaking invention that paved the way for the biometric data collection software mostly used in smartphones right now.

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