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Chief Technology Officer
M. Scott Brooks, is a veteran enterprise level executive, and is the driving force behind top-producing teams that provide high level technology to global business units.
effects positive growth, while developing loyal employees through a flexible, results-driven management style.
Scott grew a national service organization during his tenure at The Brooks Companies, and oversaw the merger with iT1Source and the subsequent creation of iT1 Consulting, where he served as a Principal.
identified a need for expert IT consultants to serve the manufacturing and financial vertical markets.
built a dedicated, professional staff to offer innovative technology solutions, along with a global 24x7 network operations center.
determination and skilled relationship building were integral components of securing such major clients as Swift Transportation, Duracell, RE/MAX, and Apollo Group
strives to continually maintain cutting-edge technology and complimentary solutions that significantly impact business unit technological capabilities, allowing them to function at levels reserved for global enterprises.
efforts are consistently recognized by The Phoenix Business Journal
, where companies under his
direction consistently achieved a top 10 position in the Top 25 Telecom Contractors and Computer Consultants lists.
A lifelong learner, Scott
continues to foster his
professional knowledge, combining executive-level leadership and hands-on technical skills.
He is a 1996 graduate of Arizona State University, with a Bachelor of Science in Business and Computer Information Systems from the W.P Carey School of Business.
In 2008, Scott
was voted one of the top 35 entrepreneurs under 35 years old, by BizAZ magazine
As a dynamic speaker, he
presented "Use of Technology to Make Businesses Successful" to a 260-member audience for the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
dedication to youth and the community is evident.
He serves as a board member for both the Foster Angels of Arizona and Arizonans for Children, as well as event chairman for the Chandler Compadres.
In addition, he was also a judge for the Youth of the Year awards for the National Boys and Girls Club.