Ron EhlersSenior Solution Partner / IT Channel Lead
Areas of Expertise
Business & IT Strategic Planning
Process Improvement / Systems Integration
Project & Vendor Management
Solution Selection & Implementation
BI / Role-based Analytics
- B.S. Computer Science, North Dakota State University
With more than 30 years of experience, Ron Ehlers is an enterprising Information Technology Executive whose work has been recognized with several industry awards. He has a broad range of experience in leading highly productive IT and business teams, taking multiple organizations from technology infancy to extensive infrastructures, supporting their profitable growth.
As the senior technology executive during the fastest and most profitable growth years of one retail organization, Ron developed, managed and executed the IT Strategy supporting the company’s growth and business plans, including the launch of three new business concepts and multiple eCommerce web sites, as the business grew profitably fromless than $100 Million to more than $1.4 Billion in annual revenue.
Ron collaborates with cross-functional teams to achieve goals, and has built strong partnerships across the industry, orchestrating mutually beneficial solutions and negotiating favorable arrangements for his companies. He recognizes and leverages opportunities, continually adding value to core operations. He is an exceptional communicator who delivers compelling presentations, achieves alignment among colleagues, and becomes instrumental in the long-range success of the enterprises he supports.
Nearly all companies today are using technology in some fashion to support the operations of their business, internally and externally. Integration of systems and business processes has become crucial to executing business strategies, improving customer service levels, maintaining profitability, and even the fundamental ability to compete in the marketplace. What is the best way toJuly 17, 2019
There continues to be a lot of press regarding the rise of eCommerce as the future of retailing. To be sure, its share of retail activity is increasing. However, the truth remains that 90% of retail sales transactions still take place in physical store locations. The stores are still the face of the retailer toJuly 15, 2019
Another disastrous year from the “custodians” of our information. The constant leaking of personal information from all business segments is now an everyday occurrence. There’s so much proof that developers and technology providers are not taking the time and effort to adhere to security standards and compliance. Nothing is sacred – it’s time to harpOctober 29, 2018
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