James Hisey II is a self-directed consulting executive with a proven record of accomplishment of distinguished leadership and service to local government, business, health care, and cultural organizations. His expertise includes cost reduction methodology in the health care industry, identity theft protection, marketing, software application development, internet strategy and implementation, market research, computer hardware and software technical support. Throughout his career, he has helped identify, appraise, and maximize opportunities by carrying out in-depth analyses across a broad spectrum of technologies, economics, materials, methods, and services.
He is the owner of Management Insights LLC where he has formed alliances with major partners serving the health care and security industries. Management Insights specializes in helping protect sensitive information from theft. We build layers of protection using state of the art tools provided by QUALYS and industry best practices. Our process examines the technical and physical infrastructure, people, applications and operations. All of this coupled with excellent customer service builds exceptional value for our clients. Management Insights was endorsed by the New York Annual Conference and is in the process working with churches to improve their information security.
Prior to founding Management Insights in July of 2011, he worked in the Information Technology and IT departments for the Town of Westport. During that time he was project leader for the installation of the town’s MUNIS accounting software. Under his leadership the implementation was completed ahead of schedule.
He has been a part of technology related businesses for most of his career. His accomplishments include a worldwide market research for PriceWaterhouseCoopers, database development and market research for the pulp and paper industry and technical business-to-business market research.
Jim is a member of the Westport United Methodist Church where he currently serves as treasurer and is an elected lay delegate to the New York Annual Conference.