Enoch Cheung, MCSE

Enoch Cheung

Enoch Cheung , MCSE

Partner

Enoch is a Partner within MNP Digital based out of Richmond Hill. Enoch’s passion is technology, and how to apply technology to solve his clients’ challenges. He is relentless in his focus: empowering businesses to take on the future.

Prior to joining MNP, Enoch held executive and senior management positions at a national bank, insurance firm and software engineering firm. He co-founded and served as managing partner at an information technology company, where he created a number of programs used by provincial governments and not-for-profit organizations.

Enoch earned a Bachelor of Mathematics (BMath) in computer science from the University of Waterloo in 1990 and holds several Microsoft technical certifications.


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