- CEO of technology or service based company
- Business Unit Leader
- President of Business
- Senior Vice President
- Vice President and General Manager
A technology and business leader who wants to maximize financial gains for a business while serviing as a senior leader within the company. My preference is to be based in the Atlanta area but I am open to consider other possibilities as well.
A results oriented executive with extensive experience in the creation of new businesses, business units, establishing market strategies, channel development, leading organizations for high performance, creating a brand identity, and developing differentiated, innovative products and services required to succeed in the marketplace. Management of marketing operations that are focused on achieving the best possible customer experience while increasing business financial gains. Extensive executive management experience has been leveraged to create technology and service solutions that generate new revenue streams. A decisive, embracing leader with talent for engaging teams to create solutions that bring value to the business through cost reductions and top line growth.
Jan 2009 - Present
As CEO of Meditropolis, Inc. I am responsive for leading the organization to rapid growth opportunities in new and emerging markets using technology and service offerings. Meditropolis provides speech recognition solutions, coding solutions, workflow solutions, and deep analytics for our medical customers.
- Increased revenues from zero to eleven million in three years through innovative technologies and services
- Built a professional sales force of 41 people that covers all 50 states in the USA
- Developed core strategy for market approach, technology, and operational execution
- Developed national partnerships for advanced speech recognition technology, radiology, medical coding, transcription, and Vista EMR.
- Leverage global resources to increase staffing operations to 250 people.
- Created a full billing and collections service with deep analytical capabilities that drive customer profitability
- Created lean six sigma transformational service team to help in ICD-9 to ICD-10 transition.
- Established business plan and vision to reach $75 Million in Revenue in the next 5 years.
Oct 2007 - Apr 2009
Vice President and General Manager of Business Unit
Covidien is a $10 billion medical device company with an extensive product line including imaging, pharmaceuticals, and medical suppliesGeneral Manager of Business Unit35M P&L, 24M Budget, 8 Direct Reports, 130 People Span of Control
Business Unit Closed, Recommendation from President of Medical Devices
- Responsible for the creation and P&L of a new $1 billion business unit focused on airway disease control.
- Development of marketing strategy, creation of new distribution channels, and market research.
- Reduced cost of commercialization by $30 Million and increased margin by 15% through superior strategy conception and deployment.
- Introduced new marketing approaches that were successfully applied in different business segments.
- Provided a global approach to marketing that helped to achieve a singular go-to-market message and brand identity on a global scale.
- Reduced marketing budget while continuing to meet targets ahead of schedule.
- Accelerated product development cycle time by two years through effective use of partnerships, alliances, and decision alignment.
- Achieved 60% manufacturing cost savings through process changes and “Design for Excellence” techniques.
- Created $10 billion product and service strategy with largest company NPV (net present value) project in product pipeline.
- Supplier Selection for new innovative technologies that represent new price and functionality points in the marketplace.
- Developed fully functional medical device achieving clinical efficacy improvement from 60 to 97%.
- Improved business pro-forma approach for better information and understanding of uncertainty.
- Experience in driving traditional and non-traditional advertising, media, and promotion strategies and tactics.
- Intelligent, perceptive, a quick study, high energy level, and a strong understanding of business operations.
- Strategic thinker, demonstrating the ability to develop marketing strategies to improve and grow business opportunities.
- A hands-on, goal-oriented leader with a high level of enthusiasm, drive and interpersonal skills.
- The highest level of personal integrity and honesty.
Jan 2005 - Oct 2007
Senior Director, Product Marketing and Business Development
Motorola is a $36 billion global telecommunication and cable equipment designer and manufacturer 85M Budget, 7 Direct Reports, 278 People Span of Control
- Global marketing and business development experience in India, Japan, Europe, China, and Sub Sahara Africa.
- Creation of revenue sources through licensing, partnerships, and alliances.
- Market strategy development for new wireless technologies, services, and tools.
- Increased NPV by $900 Million for mobility based services through differentiated customer focused innovations.
- Improved strategy and impact of new products and services through the use of globally aligned business leaders (e.g. China, Japan, Europe, India, and S. Africa).
- Achieved $100 Million in newly introduced and deployed experience based services.
- A strong presence that exudes leadership and confidence.
- Strong understanding and sense of consumer behavior/perceptions and how to positively influence/change the same.
- Able to effectively operate and continually adapt within a fast-paced and ever-changing work environment.
Jan 2003 - Jan 2005
Senior Director, Marketing and Product Management
85M Budget, 7 Direct Reports, 278 People Span of Control
- Development of new marketing approaches for early planning and go-to-market success.
- Global customer segmentation experience, concept testing, survey analysis, and conjoint analysis.
- Change leader who in confident in developing new customer bases in new markets.
- Creation of a consolidated enterprise wide technology strategy and reduction of operational expenses.
- Engagement with industry analyst for the purpose of product positioning and market intelligence.
- Sought after speaker for marketing innovations and operational excellence.
- Championed effort to increase product margin through cost savings and marketing efforts that contributed 1.3 billion to bottom line over two years.
Dec 2000 - Jan 2003
Operational Director, Marketing and Advanced Technology
45M Budget, 6 Direct Reports, 212 People Span of Control
- Marketing product roadmap creation and extensive product segmentations of customers and markets.
- Development multi-generational plans and roadmaps for advanced technologies.
- Creation of marketing requirements documents, market vision statements, and imperatives.
- Driving cross functional teams for the purpose of delivering a consistent product offering to customers.
- World-wide consolidation of R&D, software tools, and licenses for $130M in Savings.
- Provided significant leadership contributions instrumental in winning National Malcolm Baldrige Award.
- A management style characterized as hands-on, sleeves rolled-up and results oriented.
- Ability to build productive working relationships to achieve common goals and objectives.
Jun 1995 - Dec 2000
Senior Resource Manager
60M Budget, 12 Direct Reports, 85 People Span of Control
- Project management responsibility for 1,100 engineering development team and delivered on time. Responsible for product development software performance metrics.
- Reduced the time to build a software product from submitted code by 90%.
- Successfully integrated a new 25 person team into our organization in order to improve performance.
- Lead project teams to meet client needs and mentor/develop new talent.
Apr 1994 - Jun 1995
Director of Marketing and Product Management
58M Budget, 16 Direct Reports, 150 People Span of Control
- Managed a team of 150 associates that were responsible for marketing, product management, project management, business development, and alliance management for the division.
- Established seven contracts within one year that provided $400 Million in revenue.
- Created new system certification program that saved 90 Million in Capital Cost.
- Established first programs for outsourcing to India, E. Germany, and Poland.
Mar 1993 - Apr 1994
Software Department Manager
20M Budget, 22 Direct Reports, 22 People Span of Control
- Developed software applications for the purpose of improving operations and efficiency.
- Maintained all financial systems on servers and satellite communications.
- Integration of all new applications for compatibility with the existing infrastructure.
- Help Desk services for 550 users of IT systems and applications.
- Integration, testing, and on-going maintenance of all email based systems.
Jun 1986 - Mar 1993
Member of Technical Staff
700K Budget, 2 Direct Reports, 2 People Span of Control
- Development of fault tolerant multiprocessing server system.
- Development of 3B2 700 mini computer that was used in Desert Storm.
- Current Engineering support for 4 circuit pack systems for the 5ESS Toll Switching System.
Sep 1992 - May 1994
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