SAI, a software products and consulting firm helping clients build, assess and optimize online properties and IT operations, today announced that Steve Sullivan, has joined the company as a member of its Advisory Board.
“Steve’s business strategy and planning experience, coupled with a strong network will add tremendous value to our advisory board and the company as a whole,” said Ric Hughes, President and CEO, SAI.
Sullivan has extensive expertise in operations strategy and consulting and currently leads a team that has responsibility for establishing partnerships and alliances for Equifax, a $1.5b provider of credit information with offices in 14 countries.
He began his consulting career at Coopers & Lybrand in 1988 and was elected partner and became responsible for some of the firm’s largest Communications industry clients in 1996. With the Coopers merger with Price Waterhouse, Steve assumed responsibility for the Operations Strategy practice where he focused on operations improvement and supply chain transformation work.
Sullivan went on to leadership positions at IBM following their acquisition of PwC’s consulting practice in 2002 and later became Global Lead Partner for the Business Excellence practice at KPMG.
Sullivan earned his BS from Clemson University and his MBA in Finance from Georgia State University.