Condé Nast Publications

1995-2001 – Vice President Information Systems and Technology

  • Successful migration from mid 1980’s tech to state-of-the-art
  • Replacement of all Editorial Production Systems
  • Merging of two IT organizations
  • Creation of Corporate Network linking all US offices
  • Acquisition of and merging back office services for Wired – Golf Digest Companies – The New Yorker
  • Technology Design, Planning and Move of Condé Nast to 4 Times Square 1997-1999

Ziff-Davis Publishing

1992-1995 – Executive Director Information Systems

  • Complete reorganization of IT staff and agenda
  • Establish IT as a national/global organization
  • Acquisition of Seybold and Interop
  • Launch of and
  • Transition of Z-D from family-owned business to investment property and sale to Forstmann Little
  • Participation as a Charter Member of the International Notes Corporate Consortium (Lotus Notes) – Advisory Board to Lotus on product performance and features