- Wilton US-CT
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President and Chief Ingenuity Officer Lee Wachter runs his own boutique consulting company, Interactive Ingenuity, LLC. Having formerly provided his expertise in business operations and information technology to Berkshire Blanket, Inc., as Senior Vice President of Operations and Information Technology, Lee Wachter increased revenue, efficiency, and accuracy in forecasting. Berkshire Blanket, Inc., employed Lee Wachter, due to the successful work he performed for it from his consulting firm, Interactive Ingenuity, LLC. Lee Wachter created Interactive Ingenuity, LLC, a boutique consulting firm that aids toy manufacturers, website designers, health-oriented online communities, and consumer electronics businesses, in 2004. Today Lee Wachter operates at his consulting firm, and his company website is www.interactiveingenuity.com. During the 2000s, Lee Wachter assisted the IT department at Cendant Corp., an $800 million private-label program provider with 21 million customers, and the multinational wine and spirits company Diageo North America. Throughout the 1990s, Lee Wachter worked for the consumer product, health care and industrial manufacturer, Olympus America Inc.; the consulting company PricewaterhouseCoopers; and the international fine crystal and china seller, Waterford Wedgwood. From 1989 until 1991, Lee Wachter functioned as Director of Retail Information Systems for Citicorp POS Information Service's Retail Information Systems, and from 1984 until 1989, he served the PepsiCo as a Systems Development Director. Beginning his career in management consulting, Lee Wachter became a Consultant with CSC Index Systems after spending a year as an Associate Consultant with Temple, Barker & Sloane. As a student, Lee Wachter earned an M.B.A. in Information Systems and Finance from Northeastern University and a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Marketing from Syracuse University, where he graduated cum laude. Recognition for his years of success and expertise earned Lee Wachter a position on the Executive Forum and the Advisory Board of Enamics. CIO Magazine, InternetWeek, and SunGuard have quoted Lee Wachter, and organizations including IBM and JD Edwards Supply Chain Conferences have benefited from Lee Wachter's insights as a speaker for their organizations. Living in Wilton, Connecticut, Lee G. Wachter plays and collects guitars, participates in triathlons, and spends time with his two daughters.