Across the Divide: Navigating the Digital Revolution as a Woman, Entrepreneur and CEO

Across the Divide: Navigating the Digital Revolution as a Woman, Entrepreneur and CEO

by Susan S. Elliott

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Across the Divide: Navigating the Digital Revolution as a Woman, Entrepreneur and CEO by Susan S. Elliott

A First-hand account of a pioneering woman's experiences in the world of business and computing. Anecdotal history of computing from the days of punched card computing to the present. Observations, insights and tips drawn from the author's personal experiences as one of the first female programmers at IBM and later founder of SSE.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781864704556
Publisher: Images Publishing Dist Ac
Publication date: 09/29/2011
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author



Undeterred when IBM policy forced her to leave her job as a punch card programmer when pregnant, Susan S. Elliott went on to form her globally successful company Systems Services Enterprises (SSE) which today produces a series of highly successful custom eLearning and mLearning solutions.

Across the Divide is not only an interesting account of the rapid evolution of computer technology and an informative and instructive guide to achieving success in the world of business, it is an inspiring story of a woman's dedication and passion to succeed, no matter what the obstacles. Susan's wins and perseverance are impressive and inspiring; the positive energy jumps off the page.

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BeckyBertram More than 1 year ago
I've thoroughly enjoyed reading this biography of Susan Elliott and how she built her company. Susan started working with technology in the 60's and built her company up over time until she could transition it to her daughter, who is running the company today. As a woman entrepreneur myself, who started working with the Internet at its inception and has been steadily building my own business in the same St. Louis in which Mrs. Elliott has worked, I'm encouraged that I, too, can build a world class software services firm. Hopefully Savvy Technical Solultions will have the same kind of success that Mrs. Elliott's SSE has had over the years.