Scott Newman Chairman, President and CEO, Conversion Services International, Inc. (CSI)

Before he founded the strategic consulting group Conversion Services International (CSI) in 1990, Chairman, President and CEO Scott Newman cut his teeth at the New York Federal Reserve Bank. Newman's system development and cash processing work at the Fed gave him close acquaintance with IBM mainframes and AS400, for which he developed his own "Doorways" operating system as a counterpoint to Microsoft Windows. Competitive conflicts terminated the project, and a stint at Marsh & McLennan led Newman to start CSI with a hard focus on business intelligence and data warehousing. East Hanover, NJ-based CSI now boasts 200 employees, partnerships with the big names in BI/DW and engagements with clients in a variety of vertical industries. DM Review Editorial Director Jim Ericson recently caught up with Scott for a recap on his busy career.

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