Scott has a focus on driving enterprise value for his clients through the use of collaborative and cross-functional teams. He recently was involved in a divestiture to integration transaction. He was able to partner with his client and complete the transaction, consolidate four manufacturing plants, and implement a new ERP instance all within six months while reducing the new company’s run rate by $5.3 million per year.
With the ability to focus on the client’s big picture while still understanding nuances, Scott helps his clients successfully achieve their objectives.
Scott joined West Monroe in 2009 from the IT management consulting firm Five9 Technologies, where he was a vice president and leader of the IT asset management practice, as well as a member of the executive leadership team. He has a bachelor’s degree from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Scott has a wife, two daughters, and three dogs, whom he loves spending time with. An avid cycler, he has biked across the state of Iowa five times. He also enjoys snorkeling when he gets the opportunity.
Scott is on the board of the USO of Illinois, where he focuses on connecting our active duty military personnel with their local communities.
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