As the Director of Mobile Innovation, Bryan Coapstick is responsible for ensuring that HP's mobility initiatives successfully helping enterprises improve communications and interactions with customers, employees, constituents and partners to ensure they have the data they need, when they need it, and in a format that is easy to interact with and consume. Additionally, Bryan Coapstick serves as the industry chair for the Advanced Mobility Working group for the American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council (ACT/IAC), whose mission is to "foster collaboration and communication on issues regarding mobile computing in the Federal Government, including citizen services, remote connectivity, employee services, workforce productivity, digital publishing, and enterprise mobility."
Prior to joining HP, Bryan Coapstick spent nearly two decades in both the public and private sectors, focused on emerging technologies and the critical intersections between business strategy and technology. He has worked with several Fortune 200 companies to increase their market presence and effectively leverage their mobile and digital channels. Additionally, Bryan Coapstick has built interactive teams, worked to guide digital mobile strategies, and led an Innovation Lab focused on accelerating digital interaction models, the convergence of big data analytics with context aware applications, and emerging mobile payments and transaction capabilities.