Features Manufacturing

Jeff Smedley – J&J Worldwide Services

A military hospital’s primary mission being the treatment of soldiers and veterans, it must stretch every dollar and can’t afford inefficiencies. Certainly not in the operation of physical facilities. So reminds Jeff Smedley, the CIO and vice president of J&J Worldwide Services, the Austin, Texas-based company that’s the largest privately held operations and maintenance contractor […]

Eric Frisch – Corsa Coal Corporation

How refreshing, Eric Frisch thought upon moving into his new position as director of IT at Corsa Coal Corp. last March. A chance to revisit some hard info-tech skills he had honed while working as a director for his previous employer of five years, Rice Energy Inc., just across town in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. In due […]

Abhijeet Bhandare – GE Power

This is Olive. Olive is an expert at creating purchase orders for the sourcing department. While you’re here, take a moment to meet Catherine. She reviews documents from hundreds of suppliers for incorrect delivery dates and other discrepancies. Oh, and we can’t forget Amy, who provides real-time chat support to employees across the company. Each […]

Garth Nel—Dover Food Retail

“Don’t follow the sheep,” Garth Nel advises when asked what he’d tell young people pursuing a technical career. “Make sure you’re visible, drive change and engage with the business.” With info-tech being such an essential and evolving industry, Nel warns it’s no place for its practitioners to stand still. Nel sure hasn’t stayed stationary, beginning […]

Neil Goodrich – M. Holland

He calls himself a problem solver, but after a friendly chat with Neil Goodrich, one gets the impression that the energetic man might be selling himself at least a little bit short. For the 42-year-old chief information officer at M. Holland may be more of an issues anticipator. And what value there is to anticipating—and […]

David DiLeo – Industrial Scientific

Canaries can be grateful to Industrial Scientific, the Pittsburgh company that long ago spared them the hazardous and involuntary duty of detecting toxic gases in coal mines. That gratitude can be shared by the countless men and women whose occupations carry them underground or anywhere else where the air might be tarnished by unhealthy and […]

Fernando Birman – Solvay

When someone talks of having achieved their professional dream—serious in voice and straight of face—the temptation is to scoff, if not outright sneer, at the claim’s absurdity. “What do they know that I don’t,” you might wonder, “and what makes them so special?” Sometimes, though, such satisfaction stems not from one’s vision being fulfilled, but […]

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