Thomas J. Umina
Thomas J. Umina
Mr. Thomas Umina is the Chief Information Officer in Kelmar's Massachusetts office.
Mr. Umina holds a Bachelor of Science in Information System Management from Bentley University (formerly Bentley College) and possesses Delta Leadership certification from Duke University, Fuqua School of Business.
With more than twenty (20) years of experience in the field of Information Technology (IT), Mr. Umina
ensures Kelmar's compliance with comprehensive data security policies.
Mr. Umina joined Kelmar in 2012 and oversees Kelmar's Information Technology (IT) division.
ensures security and confidentiality of all records stored, created, collected, maintained and/or transmitted in connection with Kelmar's
also assists our audit teams in becoming more efficient through the use of the latest available technology.
is responsible for the development, marketing, and support of software products and digital internet services.
He oversees technical support and IT system infrastructure, leads a team of IT engineers through the product development process, and makes executive decisions regarding all aspects of the technology delivery system, including application and security architecture, product design, mobile applications, cloud services and operations, and corporate strategy in response to industry trends.
Prior to joining Kelmar, Mr. Umina was the Founder and Executive Officer of Bievo Software.
was responsible for the development and delivery of all aspects of IT
He managed sales activities with Fortune 500 prospects and supported a global client base in thirty-five (35) countries.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Umina was an Executive Director of Technology Operations and Services at Omgeo (A Thomson Reuters/DTCC Company).
As a member of the IT steering committee, he supervised over one hundred and forty (140) IT engineers.
provided 24/7 production support and application development, participated in a global client support organization, performed SAS70 audits, ensured compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, and ran the crisis management process.