Updated Management Roles and New Corporate Initiatives Announced by Pathways Consulting Group

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IT infrastructure transformation management firm positions itself to even better understand and anticipate client needs in the increasingly demanding marketplace.

Pathways Consulting Group, one of the New York metropolitan area’s leading delivery partners for IT infrastructure transformation management, today announced updated roles for its senior management as well as new corporate initiatives intended to help the company align even more closely with client needs and deliver IT enhancements to drive efficiency in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

Jeff Giovinazzo will assume expanded responsibilities in his role as president of Pathways. He will direct a renewed company focus to identify new areas of service for the company to offer to ensure its clients remain on the leading edge of technology innovations. He will also be more active in Pathways’ ongoing efforts to understand and even anticipate client needs in the information technology field. Furthermore, he will regularly review possible strategic partnerships and other relationships that would help enhance the Pathways advantage.

These new initiatives will draw deeply from Giovinazzo’s impressive record of helping clients identify future strategic direction and then taking advantage of the most advanced new offerings to help those clients achieve their goals.

“This is an exciting time for our industry. Pathways will remain on the leading edge of identifying new trends and offerings as well as what our IT clients need to remain closely aligned with their corporate strategies and for their companies to achieve competitive advantage in the marketplace. We are totally committed to this challenge and I will lead the charge,” said Giovinazzo

As part of this initiative, Giovinazzo has announced that Anthony Galie will head up a new company focus on executive mentoring. Galie, who currently leads Pathways’ efforts in employee engagement and motivation, is well versed in all phases of human interaction in corporate environments. He will now use his 34 years of experience as a market motivational speaker and goal-setting specialist to help Pathways executive clients become more comfortable with dramatically changing roles for senior executives, through one-one-one coaching at the highest professional level.

General Manager-Transformation Mary Manzo, and Chief Operating Officer Craig Conlon will continue in their roles at Pathways as well as accept new responsibilities within those roles. Manzo will reinvigorate her efforts to communicate to outside interest groups the Pathways advantage. Coinciding with these efforts is her being named a 2014 Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women, for her “leadership in information technology.” She is also overseeing the company’s recently-announced sponsorship of Knowledge14 and CIOsynergy, two key industry events. Conlon will remain focused on client facing business operations, helping oversee the firm’s development as well and delivery areas as well as key client engagements.

Brian Barrett, vice president-Development, who currently oversees the service delivery model for Pathways, will oversee new efforts to enhance the mobilization of team collaboration and efficiency. He will direct efforts to achieve maximum team efficiency and expertise utilization throughout Pathways client base. As part of this new effort, he will head up the company’s new Scranton, PA office, which opened in June of this year.

“This all spells out an exciting new era for Pathways and our clients,“ said Giovinazzo. “As IT breakthroughs continue to happen at a breathtaking rate and our clients struggle to remain at the leading edge of their respective fields, we are poised to understand both ends of that spectrum and deliver higher efficiency in a timely manner. We have reenergized our commitment of listening, caring, and delivering,” he added.

Pathways Consulting Group, an IT consulting company in the IT infrastructure transformation business, helps IT executives architect and execute new business processes to help them run IT “more like a business.” Pathways then takes the new processes and automates them utilizing the ServiceNow platform. For further information, visit http://www.pathwayscg.com/


Dennis Cesa
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