Peter Fingar’s Key Accomplishments Include . . .
Peter Fingar is a business strategy advisor, speaker and internationally acclaimed author. As a former CIO and college professor with over forty years of hands-on experience, Peter has a unique ability to communicate complex business and technology concepts so that they are easily understood and actionable.
Equally comfortable in the Boardroom or the Computer Room, Peter Fingar is one of the few people that can fuse both aspects for combined technology and business audiences. His insight, passion and thought leadership bring compelling value to his keynote presentations.
Peter Fingar’s groundbreaking books are international best-sellers recognized for their thought leadership: Business Process Management: The Third Wave, Extreme Competition: Innovation and the Great 21st Century Business Reformation,The Real-Time Enterprise: Competing on Time, Dot Cloud: The 21st Century Business Platform, and Enterprise Cloud Computing: A Strategy Guide for Business and Technology Leaders. They have been adopted by over 50 top graduate schools in the U.S. and abroad. The Death of ‘e’ was dubbed by Internet World as the “Must-read book of the year.”
Peter’s writings have also been featured in publications including: CIO magazine, Optimize, Computerworld, Intelligent Enterprise, Internet World, SiliconIndia, FirstMonday, EAI Journal, Logistics, Information Age, and the Journal of Systems Management.
More About Speaker, Peter Fingar. . .
Peter Fingar taught both graduate and undergraduate computing studies at business schools in the U.S. and abroad, and served as the CIO of the University of Tampa.
In addition, Peter Fingar has held senior management, technical and advisory positions with GTE Data Services, American Software and Computer Services, Saudi Aramco, Noor Advanced Technologies (Egypt), EC Cubed, the Technical Resource Connection division of Perot Systems and IBM Global Services.
Through his work with these companies, Peter Fingar served numerous clients, including: GE TPN, American Express, Master Card, Liberty Mutual, American Airlines, and GE Capital.