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Steven H. Roesing

Steven H. Roesing is a seasoned IT Executive with over 30 years of experience in technology business management, M&A, engineering and project management for industrial control technology, information technology, information architecture, and cyber-security.  His experience spans multiple industries, with a focus on Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Financial Services, for startups as well as global enterprises.

Mr. Roesing is currently the President and CEO of ASMGi, a global provider of technology solutions.  His duties include strategic vision, corporate oversight, and operational excellence.  In his own words, his teams are more engineers than scientists.  “Scientists invent new things, while engineers put them to use solving real world problems”.  Through this lens, Mr. Roesing has architected operating models involving both proven, traditional technology, as well as emerging technologies where best practices may not yet have matured.  Most recently, Mr. Roesing has launched Practical Innovation Labs, an operating model to assist enterprises with proving use cases for IoT, Advanced Analytics, AI/ML and Blockchain technology solutions.

Prior to ASMGi, Mr. Roesing founded and ran @industry, Inc., a Web technology company providing online marketplace, e-commerce, online catalogs, and information management solutions.  Before founding @industry, Mr. Roesing spent over 10 years in the process control industry, on large design/build projects for DuPont, BP and various steel manufacturing companies.

Mr. Roesing has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.  He holds certifications as a Professional Engineer, Holistic Information Security Practitioner and Certified Risk and Information Systems Control professional.  His is a personal and/or corporate member or associate of various industry and topic specific associations including ISACA, IEEE, Cloud Assurance Assessor Program Oversight Board, Center for Medical Interoperability, and others.

                                                           

 

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