CIO at Inteva Products LLC
Proven IT/Business leader who leverages technology to redefine business, build value, and drive growth. Ten years in each of the following industries: - Oil and Gas - Chemicals - Automotive Tier 1 Supplier Focus on: - Digital transformation of the organization to leverage communications and collaboration - Driving technology to the production floor to improve operations and reduce waste - Operational excellence and disciplined spend
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Sep 2007 - Present
Initial CIO for $2.5B automotive supplier that blends a spinoff and further acquisition. Responsible for 150+ employees globally (we operate in 18 countries). Responsible for enterprise architecture, design, and deployment of all systems. Have implemented ERP, financial consolidation, and business intelligence applications in the past four years.
2007 - 2008
CIO, Interiors and Closures
CIO during transition from being a part of Delphi to an independent entity.
Sep 2005 - Jul 2007
Directed all applications, custom development, and global technology. Transformed a local site oriented group of 100+ professionals into a globally functioning team in fourteen countries (Americas, EMEA, APAC). Oversaw strategy in application development/support, collaboration, and customer support. Managed $30MM operating expense budget. Performed due diligence for several acquisition targets. Demonstrated strong support for technical computing within process industry based systems.
Jun 2003 - Sep 2005
Manager, Electronic Business
Manager, Electronic Business (2003 – 2005) Transformed eBusiness function within company from $100M/yr to $1.6B/yr in transactions (SAP based technology). Met with customers, suppliers, and executive staff to determine effort. Led efforts to exploit business reporting through use of SAP business analytics tools. Reported activity to President’s staff quarterly.
Jun 2000 - Jun 2003
Financial officer in $100M joint venture with audit, treasury, accounting, and financial responsibilities. Developed company budgets, oversaw capital plan, and responsible for company P&L. Developed relationship with and managed company input to the Board of Directors.
Jun 1998 - Jun 2000
Divisional CIO for largest division of Phillips Petroleum’s E&P organization. Led all IT activities from exploration support to back office computing within the division. Utilized corporate shared services for core facilities (SAP, WAN, etc) and augmented this with specialty requirements for the division (geophysical/geological/reservoir) support. Reported to the Corporate CIO and Vice President of E&P-NA. Worked closely with the business for the implementation of SAP in the division, particularly the joint venture accounting group. Supported computing and communications requirements for all other aspects of the division, including Commodity Trading and field SCADA management. Managed staff located in US and Canadian facilities from Kenai (AK) and Calgary to Odessa, Houston, Bartlesville (OK), and Lafayette. • Ensured adequate, cost effective delivery of corporate shared services (SAP, WAN, etc) • Developed data center support strategy for divisional sites • Improved working relationship with various customers, particularly VP, Finance Director, Commodity Trading Manager, and Reservoir Manager
Jun 1997 - Jun 1998
IT Manager - Data Warehouse Project
Led implementation team responsible for new SAP Business Warehouse data warehousing solution, Sat on overall implementation leadership team.
Jun 1995 - Jun 1997
Responsible for all field and office computing for all China E&P operations. Based in Shekou, China, supported South China drilling and production facility (Xijiang field) as well as opened Bohai Bay and Beijing facilities. Sat on leadership team for local operation. Provided all services as part of joint venture operation – computing, communications, etc. This included drilling operation support for offshore platform based drilling and production facilities and floating production, storage, and offloading tanker. Challenges included satellite communications between offshore facilities and onshore headquarters. Led numerous efforts to reduce cost and improve performance/service within a challenging, restrictive environment.
Feb 1990 - Jun 1995
Served in a number of roles supporting E&P operations. Led team supporting seismic interpretation systems, including early sub-salt projects (including the Mahogany field) and subsidence evaluation (Ekofisk facility moves). Worked with domestic and international E&P staffs providing communications and computing support. Managed UNIX based technical computer platforms from SGI 3 D graphics devices to Cray supercomputers. Worked closely with technical population to promote requirements within corporate IT, which often focused on commercial, rather than technical, computing. Worked with E&P International organization to develop standard implementations in remote foreign locations, including Paraguay.
Jul 1985 - Feb 1990
Supported system responsible for communications with group companies, marketers, and Shell branded service stations. Led several projects supporting expansion of the Shell Corporate Employee Benefits organization.
1998 - 2000
MBA, Global Management
1982 - 1985
MS, Computer Science