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    Glasgow University
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Howard LambSVP, ...
www.s4s.com, 23 Mar 2007 [cached]
Howard LambSVP, Technology and Operations Engineering
With more than 25 years of experience in all facets of information technology, Howard Lamb is responsible for driving GetConnected's technology innovation and expansion to help its clients successfully meet the growing demand for digital services.
Lamb's background includes operations management and technology consulting where he was responsible for project delivery, behavioral change and results realization in a broad range of Fortune 500 companies.Prior to joining GetConnected, Lamb worked at Celerant Consulting where he served as vice president and head of operations, managing all US consultants in delivery of sustainable bottom-line results through effective project implementation and behavioral change.Lamb led the organization in a series of projects delivering over $100 million of sustainable client benefits annually; implemented quality management and score carding processes to ensure effective delivery and managed profitability at both project and organization levels.Before working at Celerant, Lamb held senior management positions at DEC, Getronics and Wang Global Services.
Howard earned his degree from Glasgow University in Glasgow, Scotland.In addition, he has completed business school residential programs at Stanford School of Executive Education (Palo Alto, California), Insead School of Executive Education and Insead School of Management (Fontainbleau, France) and Babson Business School (Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts).
BOSTON, MA - Wednesday, June 21, ...
www.ephones.com, 21 June 2006 [cached]
BOSTON, MA - Wednesday, June 21, 2006 -- GetConnected, Inc., developer of the leading transaction processing platform enabling the sale of digital services, today announced the appointment of Howard Lamb as executive vice president of technology and operations engineering.Lamb is responsible for all technology innovation and expansion, further strengthening GetConnected's (GCI) position as the most widely deployed technology platform used for enabling digital sales for retailers.
"Howard has significant experience within technology operations management, with a strong focus on project delivery, behavioral change and results realization.
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"Howard will play an integral role in helping our customers and partners successfully meet the growing demand for digital services."
Prior to joining GetConnected, Lamb worked at Celerant Consulting where he served as vice president and head of operations, managing all US consultants focused on sustainable bottom-line results through effective project implementation and behavioral change.Lamb led the organization in a series of projects delivering over $100 million of sustainable client benefits annually; implementing quality management and score carding processes to ensure effective delivery and managed profitability at both project and organization levels.Before working at Celerant, Lamb held senior management positions at Getronics and Wang Global Services.
GetConnected provides end-to-end order management that allows merchants to effectively sell digital services, improve user experiences, increase revenue, decrease operating costs and build brand equity.With more than 25 years of experience in all areas of information technology, Lamb is committed to enhancing the GCI platform to let customers such as Best Buy, Circuit City, Dell and Radio Shack effectively sell video, voice, data and entertainment services.
"GetConnected is a profitable, high growth company that is only growing more successful every day," said Lamb.
In The News Piece
www.celerantconsulting.com, 5 Oct 2005 [cached]
Howard Lamb of Celerant Consulting offers this scenario.
innovate | Cloud Computing Case Studies
www.paramarketing.com, 28 Mar 2010 [cached]
Celerant brought in Salesforce CRM in 2006, and, when Howard Lamb became CTO in 2007, he saw that the advantages of using the Force.com platform for more than just CRM.
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Celerant is also actively investigating third-party offerings on the AppExchange marketplace to replace existing systems for human resources and financial tracking. “Having the option to purchase applications to run on Force.com gives us the ability to make our own buy-versus-build decision without giving up the advantages of an on-demand environment,†says Lamb.
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Using the Force.com platform, Lamb has found that he and his staff can create applications that give more time for this crucial component of business improvement. “Ninety percent of system development time is focused on design, configuration and installation,†explains Lamb. “With Force.com, those components are greatly reduced, or disappear altogether.â€
Lamb also says that Force.com has had an impact on both how the IT staff operates and, even more importantly, how IT is perceived by senior management. “Using Force.com, IT is now able to deliver applications faster than the business can consume them,†he says. “Our focus has shifted from application provision to helping the business achieve real results for our customers.â€
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To sum it all up, Lamb says “It’s such a no-brainer from the CIO perspective.
Celerant Consulting Saves Time and Labor Costs via the Cloud
www.paramarketing.com, 27 Mar 2010 [cached]
Celerant brought in Salesforce CRM in 2006, and, when Howard Lamb became CTO in 2007, he saw that the advantages of using the Force.com platform for more than just CRM.
...
Celerant is also actively investigating third-party offerings on the AppExchange marketplace to replace existing systems for human resources and financial tracking. “Having the option to purchase applications to run on Force.com gives us the ability to make our own buy-versus-build decision without giving up the advantages of an on-demand environment,†says Lamb.
...
Using the Force.com platform, Lamb has found that he and his staff can create applications that give more time for this crucial component of business improvement. “Ninety percent of system development time is focused on design, configuration and installation,†explains Lamb. “With Force.com, those components are greatly reduced, or disappear altogether.â€
Lamb also says that Force.com has had an impact on both how the IT staff operates and, even more importantly, how IT is perceived by senior management. “Using Force.com, IT is now able to deliver applications faster than the business can consume them,†he says. “Our focus has shifted from application provision to helping the business achieve real results for our customers.â€
...
To sum it all up, Lamb says “It’s such a no-brainer from the CIO perspective.
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