Thomas Chen

Thomas M. Chen is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Berify, a leader in

blockchain-based authentication solutions that seamlessly bridge the physical and digital worlds.

Prior to his role at Berify, Thomas founded TrinityTech in 2012, a global systems integrator (SI)

and managed service provider (MSP). TrinityTech is renowned for assisting organizations in

achieving regulatory compliance and frameworks from DO/ISO/IEC, particularly within the

military, aerospace, automotive, healthcare, and medical verticals. Under Thomas’s leadership,

TrinityTech significantly expanded its global presence and consistently achieved revenue growth

exceeding 70% year over year.

From 1996 to 2011, Thomas held various executive positions at Parasoft Corporation, a leading

company in automated software testing and application security solutions. His strategic

contributions were instrumental in growing the startup to over $60 million in annual recurring

revenue (ARR). During his tenure at Parasoft, he served as the President and Chairman of the

Board for Parasoft Asia, overseeing operations across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.

Additionally, he held roles such as Senior Vice President of Development Tools and Senior Vice

President of Sales and Support.

Currently, Thomas serves as the Chairman of the Board for TrinityTech. He also holds board

position at Crosscheck Networks, a leader in API testing solutions; Forum Systems, a leading

provider of API Security Gateway solutions, securing 10B+ transactions daily with 100%

success deployments spanning across United States Treasury, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Federal

Aviation Administration and more; and Visure Solutions, a leader in requirement management

and application lifecycle management (ALM) tools, ensuring compliance for 1000+ highly

regulated organizations.

Thomas holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Loyola Marymount

University (LMU) and an MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of

Southern California (USC). An innovator in his field, Thomas has been awarded seven patents in

blockchain technology, natural language processing (NLP), and artificial intelligence (AI).