Alan C. Mingo is a proven executive with over 30 years of Systems Development and IT Services experience. He brings a track record of success in complex program management, global systems/application migration, process transformation and financial management in the Health, General Business, Automotive and Learning industries.
Mr. Mingo’s technical and executive experiences span applications management services and services practice leadership; mainframe and PC hardware systems development, test, release to manufacturing and field support and web-based integrated e-commerce solution development and global deployment/maintenance. Mr. Mingo has successfully managed client relationships at the C-suite level with a focus on high client satisfaction and value. Throughout his career, Mr. Mingo has demonstrated an ability to drive application and product development, manage complex integration projects, and improve operational efficiencies at the account and practice level, while driving strong P&L performance and deeper client relationships.
Mr. Mingo is currently Vice President and Global Process Services (GPS) Leader for IBM’s Public Sector in North America covering the Federal, SLE and Commercial Health industries. He is responsible for GPS go-to-market and services delivery for IBM’s clients across the Public Sector.
Mr. Mingo received Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in Computer Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1984 and 1985 respectively. He servesas a member of the Industry Advisory Board for the Department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering at Rensselaer.
Alan is married with three children and lives in Canton, Connecticut near Hartford.