Nest Organization is a company that has been making waves in the home automation and digital thermostat sphere for some time now, and its latest triumphs are no exception. It was recently announced that Nest will be releasing new features to its app that will allow users to control their homes remotely from anywhere in the world. To learn more about these new features, we interviewed Pam Baer, who shares with us what inspired them and how they work!
Pamela Baer has passionately followed the disruptive movement in technology, information and entertainment since the mid-70s. Her career began at Wells Fargo Bank where she used emerging technologies to create early automated financial services for consumers and small businesses such as electronic funds transfers, home banking and remote deposit capture. She moved on to serve as Marketing Director of a division within Wells Fargo that was pioneering new digital channels for customer service and support including online chats, self-service and social media.
Career Background of Pam Baer
Having worked extensively in the world of finance to bring new digital channels for customer service and support, Pam now works with Nest Organization to help bring new innovative features from their app into reality. In this interview with Techaeris, she shares some of her insight into the design process that went behind these features, as well as how she keeps up with the latest technology and trends in the market. She possesses a wide range of experience having worked with companies such as Wells Fargo, New York Life Insurance Company, AT&T, and most recently Nest Labs.
Besides being a career lady, Pam is also a mother of three and grandmother of six. She is actively involved with her children’s and grandchildren’s lives, serving as a Girl Scout leader, soccer coach, chaperone for school trips and occasional babysitter. Click here to learn more.
In her spare time, she likes to garden, sew and quilt.
Find more information about her on https://www.wboc.com/story/43434482/pam-baer-a-passion-for-philanthropy-marks-a-life-of-giving-back