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Armin Roeseler

CIO, DirectBuy

Armin Roeseler is the CIO of DirectBuy, Inc., where he is leading all technical aspects of the digital transformation of the business. He has consolidated multiple Data Centers into a Cloud environment, is replacing an ERP system, has rolled-out a Corporate-wide Business Intelligence platform, is deploying a new Point-of-Sales (POS) system and has developed a retail mobile shopping app with Patent Pending image recognition technology. Under Armin’s leadership, the DirectBuy IT department was ranked #25 on the 2016 InformationWeek Elite 100 list for innovative uses of business technology, and he has also received the 2016 CIO 100 Award.

Prior to his current role, Armin held C-Level technology leadership positions with international financial services firms including Bank One Corp. (now JP Morgan Chase), ABN AMRO/LaSalle Bank (now Bank of Americaand Royal Bank of Scotland), and subsidiaries of Lehman Brothers, Barclays Capital and Bank of New York. He started his career as a Systems Analyst with AT&T Bell Labs.

Arminholds a M.S. in Computer and Information Science from New Jersey Institute of Technology where he was a Fulbright Scholar from his native Germany. His Ph.D. is in Computer Science from Illinois Institute of Technology. He is a U.S. Patent holder, has published numerous articles on IT performance analysis methods, best practices and management aspects, and has lectured at international conferences in the U.S., Europe and Australia.


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