Paul Loftus, General Manager, IBM Global Technology Services
Paul Loftus is General Manager of Cloud Managed Services and Offering Management & Development in IBM’s Global Technology Services (GTS). He has worldwide responsibility for ensuring that GTS cloud investments and operating model are aligned to perform optimally. He is responsible for managing and developing a broad portfolio of high performance, standardized offerings for Strategic Outsourcing and Integrated Technology Services. Paul began his IBM career in 1978 as a microcode systems programmer on IBM's 3600/4700 banking systems in finance industry development. He holds an MBA from UNC Charlotte and a bachelor degree in computer science from King's College in Pennsylvania.
Kerrie Holley, IBM Fellow, IBM CTO, Global Business Services
Mr. Kerrie Holley, IBM Fellow, is the Global CTO for Application Innovation Services in GBS. His responsibilities include technical leadership, consulting and architecture for a portfolio of projects. IBM's CEO in 2006 appointed Kerrie to IBM Fellow, which is the company's pre-eminent technical distinction.
Kerrie's expertise is in software engineering, architecture, application development, and business architecture, SOA, cloud computing, and cutting-edge network-distributed solutions.
Mr. Holley is an author, IBM Master Inventor and holds several patents.
Mr. Holley has a BA in mathematics from DePaul University and Juris Doctorate degree from DePaul School of Law.
Brian Queenin, Partner, IBM Global Business Services, Business Analytics
Brian is a Partner in IBM’s Business Analytics & Optimization practice, where he leads several BAO industry groups, serving large clients and complex business intelligence and analytics initiatives.
Brian has developed market-ready products which contributed to his clients understanding and future vision for their business intelligence and analytics initiatives. These offerings provided a solid starting point for BI, Analytics, and Performance Management engagements.
He is sought after by financial and business market analysts for his insights into the Business Intelligence and Analytics market and speaks frequently at executive summits.
Brian is on the Advisory Board of several companies' assisting them with market strategy, technology vision setting, development roadmaps, and management insight.
Bill Bodin, IBM Distinguished Engineer, CTO Mobility, IBM CIO Office
Bill Bodin, CTO of Mobility for IBM's CIO Office, is both a Distinguished Engineer and a recognized Master Inventor. He holds over 100 issued US and International Patents, with over 150 additional patents pending, in domains including Operating Systems, Mobility, Media, Telematics, Consumer Electronics and Healthcare. He leads the Mobile Strategy efforts for IBM's CIO for IBM's mobile intranet presence and media library solutions. He also pioneers missions focused on 4G Wireless Technologies, defines and contributes to numerous pilots and innovations, and consistently brings new and transformational capabilities to IBMers and IBM's valued customers. In his past assignments, Bill has lead the device architecture for IBM's Operating Systems, created IBM's first commercial portal to take IBM's developer tools to the external development community, and created the Pervasive Computing Advanced Technology Lab in Austin. Bill's experience in Pervasive Computing is illustrative of his extensive experience in mobile computing. Bill led the creation of the WhirlWind Enterprise Mobile App Store now deployed into production in the On Demand WorkPlace and lead the creation of the recent whitepaper titled "Enterprise Mobile Enablement – CIO Perspective". Bill holds B.S. and Graduate Degrees from the University of Georgia and Florida Atlantic University respectively.
Michael Natoli, Partner, IBM Global Business Services, Application Innovation Services
Mike is an experienced IT Executive and Senior Executive Partner/Consultant with IBM Global Business Services. He has worked with IBM for 16 years, building and managing large, complex businesses. Currently, Mike is the Director of the IBM Global Business Services Business Process Management division. Previously, Mike managed the Application Innovation Services division of IBM GBS in Europe, managed the IBM GBS Security & Privacy practice in the US, and is best known as one of the founders of the IBM Interactive organization. As a new media expert, he managed the interactive production of many entertainment sites and destinations.
Don Boulia, VP, Strategy, AIM, IBM SWG
Don Boulia is a vice president of strategy within the Software Group. He has responsibility for Application & Integration Middleware strategy, including the WebSphere portfolio of products. Don also leads strategy activities for IBM's private cloud initiatives.
Prior to his current role, Don has held executive roles in product management and development within the WebSphere organization, leading emerging WebSphere foundation product deliveries, cloud strategy, open source and open standards initiatives. Don has 20 years of experience developing and delivering software in a variety of roles.
Patrick Kerin, IBM General Manager, Global Strategic Outsourcing
Pat Kerin is General Manager, Global Technology Services - Global Strategic Outsourcing Sales and Services Integration Hubs, responsible for the SO business and Service Integration Hubs. He was named to his current position in June 2012.
Prior to this role, Mr. Kerin was Vice President, IBM Systems & Technology Group – Investment Strategies, responsible for key acquisition and divestiture activities. He played a leadership role in the recent divestiture of IBM's Retail Store Solutions business to Toshiba.
In 2007, Mr. Kerin was named General Manager, IBM Global Technology Services - North America, and was responsible for the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of IBM's IT services business in the United States and Canada. The unit he led provided clients with the industry's broadest array of information technology services to enable their businesses to innovate and grow profitably.
Prior to that, Mr. Kerin had held the prior position of Vice President, finance & planning, in the same organization. His responsibilities included finance and planning, pricing, business controls and cost optimization activities for GTS in North and South America.
In 2003, Mr. Kerin joined the Enterprise On Demand Transformation team as vice president of finance & operations. Before that, he was vice president of finance for Americas where his responsibilities included all aspects of financial planning and analysis as well as business controls at the country, business unit and geography level.
In 1998, Mr. Kerin was named vice president, finance & planning for Global Industries, which included IBM's worldwide sales organization and Solutions Business Unit which was responsible for developing and selling unique industry solutions.
In 1996, he was named executive vice president of Advantis, a joint venture of IBM and Sears responsible for IBM's network services business, and was elected to their board of directors. In addition to his financial responsibilities at Advantis, Mr. Kerin managed call center operations, marketing and several of IBM's largest outsourcing contracts.
He had joined Advantis in 1993 as vice president of finance, and before that held various executive positions in IBM where he was responsible for pricing IBM products in the U.S.
Mr. Kerin joined IBM in 1983 in Santa Clara, California, as part of the company's acquisition of Rolm, where he held several executive positions before transferring in 1988 to IBM's Marketing and Sales Division as director of financial planning.
Mr. Kerin holds a bachelors degree from Western Connecticut State University and a masters degree in business administration from Santa Clara University.