Background

Harry Tucker has spent over 25 years in the IT industry, having served as a business strategy advisor, project manager, global technology adoption advisor and large-scale technology architect to Wall St. and Fortune 50 companies.  He has won multiple awards for excellence while working for large consulting firms in New York; as a principal consultant with Cap Gemini and as a senior enterprise strategy advisor with Microsoft Consulting Services.

He cofounded and was CTO of an award-winning software company in New York that specialized in human capital optimization, the capture and mathematical expression of human productivity.  This company was successfully sold in 2003 – the acquiring company went public shortly after the deal.

Harry currently provides guidance to clients in the areas of large-scale technology architecture and implementation, technology best practices adoption, IT team assembly, corporate strategy, project and change management, M & A due diligence (buyer and seller sides) and startup guidance.  He has managed projects with budgets up to $100 million and the M & A projects he has worked on exceed $1 billion in total value to-date.  He is also a contributing author to O’Rielly’s “97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know: Collective Wisdom from the Experts”.