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STEVEN MCINTOSH Santa Rosa, CA 95403 (707) 696-9209 home (415) 940-0673 cell firstname.lastname@example.org CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER Seeking a Chief Information Officer role for a company between $100 million and $2 billion in revenue which has challenges making technology work within its organization. This will leverage my experience with large and medium sized enterprises building strong technology teams, delivering the right capital projects on time and budget. Demonstrated ability to drive significant cost reductions, while increasing customer satisfaction and operational performance. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE TechSoup Global, San Francisco, CA 9/2011 – Present Chief Information Officer TechSoup Global is a nonprofit organization that provides technology resources and knowledge to NGOs around the world. Leading a team of 50+ full-time employees (Software Engineering, QA, Infrastructure and Project Management) with interfaces to development teams in Warsaw and London. Peer Review Solutions, Walnut Creek, CA 01/10–08/11 Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer Peer Review Solutions provides objective, accurate and independent medical reviews of physicians and patient treatments to hospitals, insurance companies, attorneys, third party administrators, public agencies and Fortune 1000 companies that retain our services. Jackson Family Enterprises, Santa Rosa, CA 12/01–08/09 $700MM multinational privately held Winery and one of the nation’s best known wine brands. Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Responsibilities included leading a team of 25 IT professionals that supported a global organization. K Key Accomplishments: Virtualized over 100 servers in the datacenter. Reducing costs for power, cooling and space by - 33%. Internally developed and maintained vineyard and winery production application. Saving of over $1M in application development and software support fees over the past 8 years. Reduced long distance costs by -10% and improved network performance by 10% through MLPS (Multi-Packet Layer Switching) datacomm project. Delivered IBM’s Optim solution for archiving general ledger data, inventory transaction data, BIMS historic blend compilations and cost runs, while providing users with transparent access to historic data. Reduced in-line storage requirements by -50%. Consolidated disparate accounting systems onto a single JDE software platform saving 3 FTEs and reducing software maintenance costs by eliminating 2 ERP systems. Provided Regal sales admin group with tools to evaluate product demand against inventory, which resulted in -5% less inventory and a total year one savings of $1.3MM. Reduced telecomm charges by -20% by leveraging the existing data network via VOIP solution. Launched new wine delivery organization through joint venture with Biaggi Bros. Built information infrastructure for 2 warehouse locations and avoided over $2MM in expenses while retaining customers. Led the assimilation of three wineries from a $100MM acquisition. Leveraged internal resources to have all wineries running on JDE applications within 90 days of acquisition, avoiding $1MM in consulting fees. Provided CRM team with the ability to implement an integrated web shopping cart, resulting in a single view of the customer across all sales channels. The combination lowered costs to ISPs, hosting fees and reduced data entry staff. Winner 2009 CIO 100 Award and 2009 Information Week 500 award. Chief Information Officer Sega of America, San Francisco, CA 11/99–06/01 $830MM video game hardware and software manufacturer Vice President of Technology Managed all data processing functions for 500 devices, Windows NT network including SAP application for sales, distribution, materials management, production planning and finance modules. Led a team of 30 professionals. Key Accomplishments: Completed $10MM rollout of SAP application. Saved nearly $400k/year by replacing SAP consultants with in-house analysts. Completed a $1MM implementation of Epiphany CRM software with a focus on reducing marketing costs by -10%. Hitachi PC Corporation, San Jose, CA 03/96–09/99 Director of Information Technology Relocated 450 users to new location which including data center, engineering labs, customer support call center and video conference center. Replaced cc: Mail email application with Microsoft Exchange and Outlook. This was the first company within Hitachi to make the transition. Completed EDI project to provide connectivity to customers such Ingram Micro, Best Buy and Tech Data. OTHER EXPERIENCE Software Publishing--Manager of IT CMSI--Senior Consultant American Pop Video--Chief Information Officer Pitiglio, Rabin, Todd and McGrath (PRTM)--Senior Consultant Arthur D. Little--Principal Consultant EDUCATION Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Stanford, CA MBA, Finance 1984 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA BA, Engineering and Applied Science 1980 Continuing Education Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Stanford, CA The Indispensable CTO: Strategic Leadership Of Technology and Innovation June 2012 BOARDS/AFFILIATIONS Board Member, Treasurer, American Red Cross, Sonoma County 2003-2009 Avotus Customer Advisory Board 2006-2008 Board Member, Santa Rosa United Soccer Club 2006-2008 Member, CIO Magazine, Executive Council 2004-2008 Novell Customer Council (Advisors to the BOD) 2003-2006
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