Mr. O’Brien, a recognized industry leader, has worked extensively with Global 1000 organizations to develop strategic partnerships, solve diverse business and IT problems and resolve complex outsourcing issues internationally. He specializes in designing and implementing business advisory services and information technology solutions that drive operational excellence, quality, and cost and profit improvement. Mr. O’Brien has worked across diversified sectors including healthcare, financial services, pharmaceutical, insurance, retail, entertainment and hospitality, telecommunications, energy and utilities and government.
Mr. O’Brien has a long track record of success creating business value for clients through IT initiatives including predictive analytics, business intelligence and data warehousing, program and project management, quality assurance and application management. He and his teams have received numerous awards, for revenue achievement and delivery excellence, including the CIO 100 Award, InfoWorld 100 Award, and the Computer World Laureate Award.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. O’Brien had served as Senior Vice President and General Manager for RCG Global Services (RCG), heading the New York metro region managing the sales, business development, global outsourcing services, project delivery, recruitment, project resource allocation/deployment and business operations functions. In a new regional business unit he grew revenue from eight million dollars to $36 million in five years. Under Mr. O’Brien’s leadership, RCG’s New York metro region Professional Services and Solutions Business Practice was recognized by Crain’s New York Business as one of the Top 10 Consulting Firms in the New York area.
Mr. O’Brien earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Adelphi University, and has been a member of the Long Island Forum for Technology (LIFT) and the Long Island Software & Technology Network (LISTnet). He has served on the Executive Committee of LIFT IT. Mr. O’Brien also serves on the IT Board of Advisors/Visitors for Hofstra University’s Zarb School of Business.