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Michael Wolf

Managing Director, KPMG

Michael has over 17 years of leadership experience in the development of cutting edge web, mobile, and desktop applications. This includes solution design, strategy, development, and team leadership for countless industry leading applications architecture and application design and development for companies from Startups, to industry leading Software Companies, Automotive industry leaders, Healthcare, and even Professional Sports and Broadcast Television across the Fortune 50.

Michael is a very technical leader who is as comfortable in front of code as he is in a room leading customers to great solutions and opportunities. As a technologist he believes in putting people first and design thinking methodologies in all facets from solutions to teams. He utilizes his experience in education side by side with his technical background to lead successful projects that help organizations grow and build solutions, which make an impact.

As a thought leader at KPMG, Michael has contributed articles to CIO Review as well as has presented on stage at Adobe Max, Microsoft Conferences, and Enterprise mobility summits. In addition Michael has been quoted in various Gartner & Forrester reports as well as Microsoft and Adobe white papers focusing on mobile application design and development.

Michael specializes in Technology Strategy and Digital Transformation focusing highly on mobile, web, services architecture, devops, microservices, cloud transformation, and emerging/disruptive technologies.  Working to bring Digital Transformation to customers as they evolve from having a digital strategy, to doing business in a digital world.

Latest from Michael Wolf

Over the past five years, the enterprise landscape has shifted dramatically. Digital and mobile experiences, the increase in customer expectation, the rise of true enterprise web tools, automation and the increase in digital labor, and the commoditization of IT has upshifted the concept of enterprise digital enablement. CIOs must move at the pace of innovation of the...