His primary areas of concentration are IT life cycle management, cost reduction, program management, business intelligence, carve-outs, post-merger integration and IT effectiveness.
With more than 25 years of experience, Mr. DeTullio has served as a senior executive and business adviser to design and lead business solutions that create shareholder value. He has worked with companies in a broad range of industries, including media and entertainment, professional services, consumer goods, financial services, public sector and private equity.
Mr. DeTullio led large, multinational IT organizations to: build effective organizations and customer focused teams; design, develop and implement global application and infrastructure solutions and supporting business processes, including sales management, manufacturing, inventory management, distribution, finance, marketing and human resources; separate and / or integrate IT organizations and underlying IT architecture, applications and processes resulting from M&A activity; and restructure IT to maximize efficiency and optimize resource allocation in support of business strategies.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. DeTullio was CIO at IMG Worldwide, Inc., a global entertainment, media and sports management business; CEO of Equatrax LLC, a start-up joint-venture between music industry partners to build and provide royalty business processing services for the entertainment and media industry; CIO role at Universal Music Group and The Seagram Spirits and Wine Group; and part of the CIO’s leadership team at Price Waterhouse. He was also a long time management consultant at Price Waterhouse LLP in Washington, D.C. and New York, working on public and private client industries and engagements.
Mr. DeTullio earned an MPA from American University and a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University. He attained a Certificate of Achievement in Information Systems from George Washington University. He also serves as a long-time member of the Information Technology Executive Council for American University’s Kogod School of Business.