Sal is the Vice President of Business Transformation- Office of the CIO. In this role, Sal drives all the front and back office transformation for IBM: enabling new go to market strategies; improving end to end process efficiency and lowering IT cost in the process.
Sal was a founding member of IBM’s first shared service: the Integrated Supply Chain in 2001 (through 2009). He was the Vice President of Global Manufacturing and Engineering, where he operationally ran all of IBM’s global manufacturing while optimizing the supply chain.
Sal joined IBM in 1979 and held a variety of hardware engineering roles in the mainframe and DASD product lines. In 1996, he moved from product development to Director of SAP and Strategic Solutions for Server Group Manufacturing. He successfully delivered SAP to several sites worldwide.
Sal earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He serves on the board of the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce. Sal also serves as the chair of the executive volunteer leadership board of the New York Blood Center.