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Sam Elmihi

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Languages: English

How I Can Help You

Sam is a managing director in Prodigi, LLC business and technology division. Prior to this he was a VP global head of capability and solution delivery at Deutsche Bank. He also served at top-tier firms such as IBM, HP, Oracle, Infosys, state Farm Insurance and Texas Instruments. He has over twenty-five years of international experience at C-level and has served the top management (CEO, COO, CHRO) and technology management (CIO, CTO, CISO and Digital Leaders) in a large number of Global 500 enterprises. Sam is passionate about enabling enterprises to prepare for and deliver the future of work; helping organizations evolve from traditional to digital businesses and increase their ability to act with the agility of a start-up. He has seen that real business value can be created when employees are truly engaged and empowered to do great work. His clients are among the most recognized names in their respective sectors. His primary focus is on the digitization of the enterprise and he approaches this through lens of helping organization realize the business value from these transformative efforts. Sam supports his clients from strategy through execution, bring his experience as a strategy consultant who has also led major scale business transformations and systems delivery programs.

Areas of Expertise

  • Government Regulations
  • Management & Operations
  • Marketing
  • Strategy Development
  • Technology

Industry Experience

  • Accounting & Tax Services
  • Manufacturing
  • Professional Services
  • Wellness, Healthcare, & Home Health
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Herndon, VA 20170

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