Peter Chen has served as Chairman of BenQ Medi-cal Technology Corp. since April 2010.
Since 2010 ,BenQ Medical Technology Corp. (formerly known as Trident Medical) has joined BenQ Qisda Group, Peter Chen was responsible for BenQ medical material. He had led to strengthen operational efficiency and business development .In the first year, he led the performance growth by 30%. Then, on the basis of medical equipment business, it gradually started to develope hospital consumables, medical imaging equipment, digital dentistry, hearing nosiness and other undertakings. Peter Chen has improved the business layout of BenQ Medical Technology. In addition, BenQ Qisda Group invested in Nanjing, Suzhou those BenQ Hospital and other medical services in mainland China. This integration make BenQ Medical Technology has become a model and successful transformation from domestic electronics industry to the medical industry.
Since 1991, Peter Chen has joined BenQ Qisda Group and been served as the general manager of digital media business of product development, from projectors, LCD TVs, digital cameras, note-book ,e-books, etc. that created a new version of products. He has been responsible for research and development, procurement, quality manage-ment, brand marketing and after-sales service management. Those multi-management experienc-es enable Peter Chen to manage cross-functional, cross-product line and cross-industry business.
Peter Chen currently also has been serving chair-man and general manager of Qisda Corporation. He continues to lead BenQ Qisda Group to break through the transformation, expand the group's distribution in the medical industry, and hope to create high value-added opportunities to lead Tai-wan's medical industry to the world.
Peter Chen holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the National Cheng Kung University in 1985, Taiwan. He also has Graduate institute of Tech-nology & Innovation Management (TIM) certifica-tion in 2000 and a Master of International Man-agement degree from America’s Thunderbird School of Global Management in 2001.