His primary areas of concentration are IT due diligence, IT strategic planning, ERP selection and implementation, contract negotiation, project management and post-close integration. He has also served in interim IT leadership roles. Mr. Neibart has worked with clients across a range of industries, including business and professional services, healthcare, manufacturing and education.
Most recently at A&M, Mr. Neibart has been involved in the carve-out of an engineering and manufacturing division of a Fortune 100 defense contractor. On this engagement, he was responsible for Day One transition activities, negotiation of the IT provisions of a transition services agreement, planning for the integration of the carve-out with an existing portfolio company, and structuring vendor selection processes for the outsourcing of ERP and IT infrastructure support.
Previously, while working with A&M, Mr. Neibart led IT diligence engagements focused on targets with troubled ERP systems, complex systems implementations and significant financial or cost accounting reporting issues. These engagements provided insight into the target’s use of software applications to support business processes, management of IT infrastructure for security and scalability, and staffing levels and skills mix of IT resources. Diligence highlighted potential process issues and provided actionable, post-transaction recommendations supported by capital and operating expense estimates.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Neibart founded and managed Camber Advisors, a boutique consulting firm that provided pre- and post-acquisition IT services to private equity investors and their portfolio companies. While at Camber, in addition to completing more than 100 IT due diligence assignments, he led significant IT projects at portfolio companies. These included the implementation of a time and billing systems at a legal staffing firm, implementation of a CRM system for a professional services firm, upgrading of a medical billing system for a healthcare provider, optimization of an ERP system for a large printing plant, carve-out of a division of a Fortune 500 financial services firm, and assessment of knowledge management practices and systems for an environmental consulting firm. He also managed the integration of two educational seminar providers and served as interim CIO of the combined entity for a period of approximately six months.
Prior to founding Camber, Mr. Neibart spent 12 years with Deloitte Consulting, where he provided pre- and post-transaction IT services to corporate and private equity clients. Formative experiences, early in his tenure at Deloitte, involved the implementation of ERP and custom systems for publishing, transportation and public sector clients.
Mr. Neibart earned a bachelor’s degree in English and computer science from Dartmouth College and a master’s degree in business administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.