Enterprise Resource Planning Expert Sharon Stufflebeme Joins Protiviti

Sharon Stufflebeme has joined global consulting firm Protiviti as a managing director in its Technology Consulting practice. Based in the firm’s Dallas office, she works with clients to prioritize their business initiatives with a focus on technology strategy, operations and enterprise applications.

Stufflebeme brings more than 25 years of technology consulting experience to the firm, including developing, implementing and integrating enterprise applications and custom systems in the retail, manufacturing, healthcare and energy industries. She has served in several leadership roles throughout her career, including that of partner at Arthur Andersen, vice president at Hitachi Consulting and as a CIO for companies in other industries. Most recently, she served as a vice president at Pariveda Solutions.

“Well-executed digital transformations can have a significant positive impact on an organization’s ability to improve efficiency and controls with a greater customer experience,” said Kurt Underwood, managing director and global leader of Protiviti’s global technology consulting solutions practice. “Sharon’s in-depth knowledge and experience in delivering cloud-based enterprise applications as a cornerstone to digital transformations for clients across a wide range of industries is at the forefront of the marketplace.”

 Join Our Mailing List For FREE & Stay Updated  
. Event Invites          . News      . Videos              . eMagazines 
. Analysis & Opinion     . Exclusive Reports     . Interviews
Submit

All emails include an unsubscribe link. You may opt-out at any time. See our privacy policy.
 

Stufflebeme holds an MBA from the University of Texas and a bachelor’s degree in economics and French from the University of Dallas. She currently serves on the board of directors for the Arthritis Foundation (South Central Region, Texas) and for VolunteerNow, and has previously held board positions at Litex, Board Connections, Network of Executive Women and the SMU Cox Business School.

 Join Our Mailing List For FREE & Stay Updated  
. Event Invites          . News      . Videos              . eMagazines 
. Analysis & Opinion     . Exclusive Reports     . Interviews
Submit

All emails include an unsubscribe link. You may opt-out at any time. See our privacy policy.
 
Close
 Join Our Mailing List For FREE & Stay Updated  
. Event Invites          . News      . Videos              . eMagazines 
. Analysis & Opinion     . Exclusive Reports     . Interviews
Submit

All emails include an unsubscribe link. You may opt-out at any time. See our privacy policy.
 
Close