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Russ Finney

Chief Information Officer

Tokyo Electron Limited

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Tokyo Electron Limited

Akasaka Biz Tower 3-1 Akasaka 5-chome

Tokyo, Tokyo,107-6325

Japan

Company Description

Tokyo Electron Limited (TEL), established in 1963, is a leading supplier of innovative semiconductor and flat panel display production equipment worldwide. All of TEL's semiconductor and flat panel display production equipment product lines maintain high marke...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Information Officer

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Affiliations

Executive Function Management Inc

Advisory Board Member


itmWEB

Advisory Partner and Researcher | Chief Information Officer | Chief Technology Officer


Texas Memorial Museum of Science and History

Advisory Board Member


AusTech Alliance

Board Member


Association of Information Technology Professionals

National Board of Directors


AITP Austin

Austin AITP Industry Advisor


Contact Awards Committee

Awards Committee Chairman


IT Enterprise LTD

Founder


Austin Chamber of Commerce

High Tech Advisory Board of the AusTech Alliance


UT Professional Development Center

Board Member


C-Level

Moderator for High Profile Events and Executive Conferences


Association of IT Professionals

National Board Member


Austin Technology Council

Board Member


AITP Inc

Member of the National Board of Directors


Education

B.S.


BS/BA

Management Science and Computer Systems

Oklahoma State University


MBA program

University of Texas


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Our Leadership Team | EX² Solutions

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Russ Finney |Strategic Business Technology Consultant
Russ is a well-known former CIO who has spent the last five years as an advisory researcher directly serving clients, while simultaneously understanding the Digital IT model which is now evolving within businesses throughout the world. In 2016 he was named a Top 5 CIO Influencer by Apollo Research and one of the Top 10 CIO advisors in the US. Russ served as the CIO of the US operations of Tokyo Electron Limited and assisted in building it through numerous acquisitions into a large multi-company entity in the US. Russ also served as the interim CIO over a one year period at an advanced aerospace firm, GDC Technics, which builds head-of-state and VVIP aircraft in partnership with Boeing and Airbus. He oversaw the design and buildout of two new high availability global data centers, the implementation of Oracle ERP and Dassault CAD engineering software, the buildout 1.2 million square feet of manufacturing space, and the integration of several overseas support operations.


TechExecs Network :: Business is Better with IT.

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Russ Finney
Vice President of Information Systems Tokyo Electron U.S. Holdings, Inc. (www.tel.com) Russ Finney has spent fourteen years as the Vice President & CIO of the US operations of Tokyo Electron, one of the world's largest semiconductor production equipment manufacturers. Russ currently serves on the high tech advisory board of the Austin Chamber of Commerce's AusTech Alliance. He has also served on the board of the Austin Technology Council. In the past, he served on the National Board of Directors of AITP, and he has been president of both the Houston and Austin AITP Chapters. In 2006, he was named "Austin IT Executive of the Year" by his peers at the annual central Texas Innotech technology conference. Before Tokyo Electron, Russ was an IT Consultant with Ernst & Young. Russ is often quoted in publications such as Computerworld and CIO Magazine. He is also a frequent industry speaker all over the world and he often gives guest lectures in a university setting. Many of Tokyo Electron's projects have been noted in industry white papers, and one e-commerce project was the basis of a Harvard Business School case study. Russ is a graduate of Oklahoma State University.


Industry Leading Independent ERP Consulting Team - Pemeco Consulting- Driving successful enterprise software projects

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Russ Finney, B.S. Computer Systems Senior Consultant - IT Strategy and Operations
Russ Finney is a well-known international advisor, researcher, and speaker on subjects relating to IT strategic planning, agile development, virtual teams, collaboration, and analytics. Russ spent more than 17 years as the Vice President of Information Systems for Tokyo Electron US Holdings, one of the world's largest semiconductor production equipment manufacturers. Previously, he consulted for Ernst & Young. Russ has a degree in Management Science and Computer Systems from Oklahoma State University.


Austin IT Executives of the Year 2007

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This year's recipients were chosen by Andres Carvallo, Austin Energy, Greg Sedlock, Texas Windstorm Association, Russ Finney, Tokyo Electron, Manoj Saxena, IBM, Alisha Ring, Austin Technology Council, Scott Foster, Austin Networking and President of AITP, Mike Beamer, National Instruments, and Sean Lowery, InnoTech.
Noteable InnoTech Advisor interviews included Andres Carvallo, CIO, Austin Energy and 2007 Innotech Chair, Alisha Ring, President of the Austin Technology Council, Amanda Justice-Nutt from Cap Gemini, Russ Finney of Tokyo Electron, Michael Beamer and Nikhil Kumar from National Instruments, Rudy Rodriguez from St. Edwards University, and David Graham from Vignette.


Austin IT Executives of the Year 2006

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"It is a real pleasure to honor this year's IT leaders such as Manoj Saxena, Greg Sedlock, Russ Finney who are recognized for their contributions by their employers, their peers, and the community as a whole."
Russ Finney, Vice President of Tokyo Electron, accepts his IT Executive of the Year award Russ Finney Russ Finney, Vice President of Tokyo Electron, named Austin IT Executive of the Year (Private Sector) Tokyo Electron has a major presence within virtually every semiconductor manufacturer in the US. The company supports these customers with a staff of over 1,400 U.S. based employees in twenty different cities and locations. Tokyo Electron's IT staff supports these operations through a U.S. shared services model based in Austin, Texas. In 2006, Russ and his staff completed a three year upgrade of the key enterprise systems for all of the organization's U.S. companies. This ERP upgrade enabled many of the key major business processes to be revised and enhanced for significantly increased responsiveness and efficiency. The IT team also rapidly implemented a new manufacturing system which has allowed the organization's California-based operations to utilize outsourced manufacturing facilities for its key product lines. Each of these accomplishments proved critical to the future the company and its relationships with its customers and manufacturers. Russ is also very active in the Austin technology community serving on the boards of Austin AITP, the AusTech Alliance, and the UT Professional Development Center. He is a past president of the Austin Chapter of AITP, and he recently served on the national board of directors of the same organization. He was the chairperson of the Austin InnoTech conference in both 2004 and 2005.


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