Systems Alliance, a Web and IT consulting firm helping clients build, assess and optimize online properties and IT operations, today announced that former PwC and IBM executive Cathy Neuman has joined the company as a member of its Advisory Board.
“Cathy brings the significant depth and breadth of consulting and practice management experience serving global clients that we need to help us manage our growth as we continue to evolve all three of our business segments across the US” said Ric Hughes, president and CEO, Systems Alliance.
Cathy Neuman began her consulting career at Price Waterhouse where she was later admitted as a Partner. She went on to lead large Systems Integration projects and later led the firm’s E-Business initiative and the Vendor Alliance program at Price Waterhouse and PricewaterhouseCoopers before moving to IBM in 2002. For IBM's Global Consulting Services (GBS), Cathy worked with key third parties, emerging businesses and acquisitions and eventually joined the Americas Deal Team, where she developed and closed large projects and programs for GBS' most strategic clients.
Neuman will lead the effort to build a Strategic Client program that will bring the entire portfolio of SAI’s services and products to its largest clients as well as an effort to review potential acquisition candidates.In addition to her role on SAI’s Advisory Board, Neuman is a Managing Director of Golden Seeds, a venture capital firm focused on enabling and scaling women owned businesses and is Vice President of the Maryland chapter of the Alzheimer’s Foundation.