Kenneth J. Creary Client I/T ArchitectGlobal Financial Services SectorIBM Sales and Distribution GroupKen is a Client IT Architect leading the IBM technical sales effort supporting the Morgan Stanley account.Morgan Stanley
is one of the premier technology accounts in IBM
Financial Service Sector, generating over $400 million in 2006.Ken joined IBM in 1978 as a Systems Engineer supporting the Financial and Banking industries in New York City.He became a leading technical specialist for IBM storage systems in the New York City Region, leading IBM's customers in maximizing their investments in information technology.In 1987 he was assigned to lead the IBM technical sales support team for a large package shipping firm where his team developed the world's largest database used to track all of the company's shipments globally.In 1992 Ken then went on to hold positions in IBM Consulting Group, Client/Server Marketing, and Internet Marketing where he helped drive IBM and it's customers in making the transition to the e-Business model based on the Internet. He
returned to the Wall Street area in 1998 as a Senior Client IT Architect working on the Morgan Stanley account.Ken is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology.He serves as President of Sheltering the Homeless Is Our Responsibility, Inc. (SHORE) a not-for-profit, volunteer organization focused on providing permanent housing for homeless families.He is a member of The International Society of Photographers and The Photographic Society of America and has received recognition and prizes for his photographic work. Ken
is an active skier, scuba diver, and has earned a black belt in karate.He
lives in White Plains, NY with his
wife Lauren and their daughter Rachel.
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