Information technology veteran Todd D. Lavieri has been named partner and president of ISG Americas. The Stamford, Conn.-based technology advisory firm said that Lavieri will oversee its operations in the Americas, the region that represents about half of the firm’s revenues.
Lavieri, who has previously worked for the likes of IBM, has more than 24 years of experience in the global services industry. Before joining IBM, he served as president and CEO of Archstone Consulting, a strategy and operations advisory firm he founded in 2003 and sold in 2009.
Before that Lavieri was a partner at Deloitte Consulting and a member of its Global Management Committee during a distinguished 13-year career with the firm. He has personally advised Global 1000 clients in such sectors as manufacturing, retail, life sciences, healthcare, energy and consumer products.
“Todd is a great innovator and builder, and will add tremendous value to the firm in developing and executing our global growth initiatives and expanding our client relationships,” said Michael P. Connors, Chairman and CEO of ISG, in a statement.
“His depth of experience spans many sectors and geographies, as well as all aspects of technology and operations advisory services with such industry powerhouses as IBM and Deloitte, along with his own firm, Archstone Consulting.”
Todd succeeds David J. Whitmore, who successfully integrated the Compass business ISG acquired in 2011. Whitmore is credited with building the company’s benchmarking business, which is now an important part of ISG’s end-to-end capabilities.
A graduate of Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., Lavieri holds an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
ISG has more than 850 employees and operates in 21 countries.