Randy Gaboriault joined Christiana Care Health System in 2010 as vice president and chief information officer from Teleflex Inc., a multi-billion dollar, global medical device leader in Limerick, Pa., where he spent more than 12 years leading global teams for IT, logistics, operational excellence and strategic sourcing.
He volunteers for the non-profit board of directors for NPower Pennsylvania and Delaware, where he chairs the finance committee and serves on the CIO advisory council. He also serves as a board director for the Community Performing Arts Center at the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology.
SVP Finance and CFO, Christiana Care Health System
Tom Corrigan joined Christiana Care Health System in October 2006 as senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Previously, Mr. Corrigan worked as CFO for the ADP Brokerage Services Group in Jersey City, N.J., and as president of ADP Investment Center in Wilmington, Del. Prior to joining Automatic Data Processing, he worked for Anheuser-Busch Companies in various capacities, including vice president of finance for Busch Entertainment Corp. at locations in St. Louis, Mo., and Tampa, Fla.
Mr. Corrigan has an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Columbia University. He is also a certified public accountant.
Prior to joining Christiana Care, he served in a number of voluntary roles with Christiana Care Health System, including membership on the board of directors of the Visiting Nurse Association, as a member of the Finance Committee, and as chair of the Audit Committee.
There will come a day when the CIO and the CFO can work together as true partners and allies. It will be when CFOs will see IT as more than just a cost center and the CIO will be able to prove IT’s value in a way the CFO can understand. Someday they ...
Matthew Jennings is the Managing Director for Bosch Software Innovations in the Americas. Jennings supports existing customers and guides the company's strategy as its software suite expands into the rapidly growing IoT market. Matthew was previously the founder and president of Utiligent, Inc., focused on combining equipment operating data with other disparate enterprise data for deep analytical insight and developing end-toend customer professional solution services for the creation of long term recurring revenue customers. Prior to that, Matthew founded Global Tier to work with organizations that own critical or revenue generating assets where uptime, maintenance, and efficient operation is vital to the enterprise. He focused on retrieving data from varying types of physical assets for the purpose of enhanced visibility, revenue management, service delivery, control, and analytical purposes. Matthew also had an extensive career with Accenture, where he developed strategic business plans and created infrastructures for wholly owned subsidiaries. He earned his Bachelor of Science from Valparaiso University and MBA from the University of St. Thomas.
Troy Foster is the CTO of Bosch Software Innovations for the Americas. He holds ultimate responsibility for all technical activities encompassing product evangelism, professional services, technical pre-sales and customer support, among others. He has led global initiatives for the Bosch Internet of Things strategy, cloud computing, business rules management and business process management. Prior to joining Bosch, Troy held product management and technology roles at IBM, VMware (EMC), BroadVision, Sun Microsystems, and Raytheon. He has over 20 years of experience in enterprise software, where his focus has been on e-commerce, business process management, business rules management, enterprise content management, Internet and mobile technologies and cloud computing. Troy has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, a MS in Computer Science from DePaul University and a BA in Accounting and Spanish from North Central College.
"In the industry of the future, software-based system and service platforms – such as the one supplied by Bosch Software Innovations – will play a large role. They will enable the real and virtual worlds to be connected and therefore enable ...
The car company Tesla makes fully electric vehicles that are the absolute finest, cleanest, quietest and fastest electric cars on the market. Whereas other cars are really just modest hybrids of electric and gas, a Tesla is a purely electric vehicle, and it is exponentially better for it.
In-Memory Computing is to traditional computing what a Tesla is to a Prius. Many people view it as merely a way to speed everything up, but it’s important to understand that In-Memory represents an entirely new paradigm. The agility at which you can process data, literally hundreds if not thousands of times faster than before, means you can do things that were never before possible.
Right now products like SAP’s HANA and Oracle’s Exalytics are on the lips of technology leaders, but it has yet to light the fire under people’s noses for the simple fact that it’s misunderstood.
As part of our series on In-Memory Computing, we wanted to clear the air. Over the next few months we’ll look at whether In-Memory is ready for the mainstream, just how practitioners are adopting it today and what all beyond the technology it will take to enable Real Time Analytics. And we’re kicking off the whole thing with a look at one of the hottest products in the In-Memory market today, SAP HANA.
Here’s a brief rundown of the whole series, and take a look at our channel page to find full topic descriptions, all the available podcasts for streaming, a list of guests and other In-Memory related resources and organizations.