During his 30 plus years working in Fortune 50 environments, Gil developed expertise in Business Process Redesign, Business Performance Management, Project Management, Enterprise Architecture, Strategic Planning, Manufacturing systems, Customer Relationship Management, Data Architecture and Management, and IT Management. Gil worked as Manager of Customer Data for a group that provided customer demographic information for IBM’s Corporate and U.S. Marketing and Service Divisions. He developed an information and data integration strategy for IBM’s Computer Integrated Manufacturing unit.
As the Vice President of Information Resources for Franklin Savings Bank, he managed the information management organization responsible for architecture implementation and business process improvement. As the President of Management Support Systems, he wrote a key NIST chapter discussing the gaps that exist in the software development process that supports manufacturing systems. Currently, he is the Vice President of Operations and Research for the DAMA Foundation.
He provides training seminars on business and IT strategic planning approaches for CIOs and IT Managers internationally.