Nick Vennaro

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Nick Vennaro is a technologically attuned thought leader with an absolute focus on business outcomes for his clients. He has worked in numerous countries, across a multitude of software systems, and in industries where reliance on technology is a make-or-break business attribute. He’s turned outdated, patchwork IT infrastructure and workarounds into technically sound, high-performing platforms. Nick is a classic serial entrepreneur, having created, led and sold numerous businesses in his career.

In his extensive 20-year career in healthcare spanning insurance, hospital management, home care, medical practice management, federal government, and medical content delivery, Nick has pretty much seen, fixed, built and anticipated it all. Nick has done pioneering work for the federal government’s health care effort, which is one of the largest service-oriented architecture (SOA) based systems in the country. Nick has led numerous enterprise-scale initiatives for small companies to Fortune 500s such as Cigna Health Plans, including business process reengineering efforts, new business venture analysis, provider-credentialing systems, and integration.

In all of his spare time along the way, Nick has also held leadership positions in retail, transportation and logistics, and financial services. He has extensive experience in offshore development, data warehousing, system architecture, and project and business turnarounds.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Nick Vennaro and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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