Ciber Names Michael Casullo Senior Vice President and CIO
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Greenwood Village, Colo. - November 12, 2012 - Ciber, a global IT consulting company, has hired Michael Casullo as the company's new senior vice president and chief information officer. A 30-year veteran of the IT industry, Casullo has a background that encompasses cloud computing, disaster recovery strategies, data center operations and major application implementations.
Casullo started his career at Telecommunications, Inc. (TCI), which was the largest cable television provider in North America at the time. He also has served as vice president of operations for Qwest Cyber Centers & Solutions and, since 2003, he's been CIO at two organizations, starting with On Command Corporation, which was acquired by LodgeNet. There, he created automated systems that reduced field operations expense by 40 percent.
In 2006, Casullo became CIO at WildBlue Corporation, a provider of satellite Internet service, where he engineered development of the company's information technology department from the ground up. Most recently, Casullo has been a partner at Ponderosa Partners, a consulting company focused on development and deployment of media technology.
"Information technology touches every aspect of our business and, since IT is our business, our CIO needs to be a thought leader with proven, practical experience," said Dave Peterschmidt, Ciber president and CEO. "Mike Casullo is a high-energy, business-oriented CIO who has broad experiences and strategic insight. I am confident that under his direction, Ciber's technology systems will deliver solid value."
Casullo holds a BS degree from Regis University in Computer Science and an MAS degree from the University of Denver in Telecommunications.
About Ciber, Inc.
Ciber is a client-focused, results-driven IT consulting company. Its 6,000 consultants provide the business acumen, technical skills and flexibility to help businesses and governments around the globe get the most from technology. Since 1974 Ciber has combined the stability and resources of a large consultancy with the agility and personal touch of a local firm. Ciber (CBR) trades on the New York Stock Exchange and earned approximately $1 billion in annual revenue during 2011. For more information, visit www.ciber.com.
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