BALTIMORE, Feb. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Ed Mullin has joined Think Systems as CIO and VP. Ed will develop Think's Technical and Software Services and Strategic Information Design offering and will conduct Business Development in Baltimore and Washington technical communities.
Ed is a well-known CIO, CTO, Project Manager, and Solution Architect in Baltimore, previously working for SC&H Group as CIO and Mind Over Machines as VP of IT Strategy. He is also known for his leadership of the Software Developers' User Group (http://www.BaltoMSDN.com) and as Executive Director of Baltimore STEAM which runs the Baltimore Robotics Center (BRC).
Ed said, "I've known Think for over five years and have been impressed with their ability to handle impossible IT projects, help clients recover from project disasters, and deal with tough post-merger integrations. These folks drop in like a delta force team for their clients and they always get results. I'm excited to be part of this high-energy, specialized, problem-solving organization."
Tony Gruebl, the company's president added, "I knew early on that having Ed's talent in IT design and leadership would enhance our capability and expand our ability impact our clients. Now, we have a technical executive who can help our clients' technology strategy problems in combination with an operational team to execute the solutions he architects."
Think was founded by Tony Gruebl, later joined by Bryan Wolbert, Jeff Welch, and shareholder and advisor, Ed Hale, Sr., former CEO of First Mariner Bancorp and owner of the Baltimore Blast. Tony, Bryan, and Jeff built the firm on the principles in their book, Bare Knuckled Project Management; How to Succeed at Every Project. Think provides operational support and strategic project management as well as PMO coaching, and business analysis. Ed Mullin enhances Think's ability to offer strategic technical support for its clients.
Previously, Ed worked at UPS-Roadnet, Becton Dickinson, CMSI, PHH-Cendant, Catalyst Research, SMC-SAIC, and Hartman Executive Advisory where he led development of applications for Fortune 1000 clients. He also has a track record creating BI solutions using Microsoft's Analysis Services, Business Score Manager, SharePoint PortalServices, Proclarity and MS Dynamics. Ed earned B.S. and M.S. degrees from Loyola College in Baltimore and is an alum of Calvert Hall College.
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