Promotes Dan Blumenthal to Executive Vice President, Appoints Alec Graziano to Director of Engineering
Miller Systems, one of Boston’s premier technology consulting firms specializing in web engineering and IT consulting, today announced the promotion of Dan Blumenthal to Executive Vice President and the appointment of Alec Graziano to Director of Engineering. As Miller Systems’ business continues to evolve, both Mr. Blumenthal and Mr. Graziano will play a critical role in helping Miller Systems’ President and CEO Seth Miller shape new services and products to meet clients’ increasingly complex requirements.
“I am delighted to announce both Dan’s promotion and Alec’s appointment,” said Seth Miller, Founder, President and CEO of Miller Systems, Inc. “As our clients increasingly want to deploy applications that include new systems or leverage the value of existing ones, we are designing and implementing sophisticated Internet tools that help them manage and communicate with customers, partners, vendors, prospects, and employees. The combination of Dan and Alec’s talents and experience will help us to meet our clients’ evolving business and technical requirements.”
As Executive Vice President, Dan Blumenthal is now responsible for overseeing the delivery of the lion’s share of the engagements Miller Systems undertakes. Having addressed clients’ outsourced IT needs as head of Miller Systems’ IT consulting business practice for over five years, Mr. Blumenthal understands clients’ business objectives and the technical infrastructure implications that often accompany development and deployment. As Miller Systems’ former Vice President of IT Consulting, Mr. Blumenthal maintained oversight of all IT engagements, including strategic consulting, Windows network planning and Internet routing and security projects. A Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Mr. Blumenthal received his B.A. cum laude in Theater and Political Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Director of Web Engineering Alec Graziano retains responsibility for all Miller Systems’ Internet-based software development engagements and process methodology, including design, architecture, programming and maintenance. Additionally, he will maintain involvement the architecture and development of Miller Systems’ award-winning dataDriver suite. Mr. Graziano has significant and broad experience in designing and managing the delivery of industry- standard web based software, particularly in the Web Services arena, in both J2EE and Microsoft’s .NET frameworks. Mr. Graziano joins Miller Systems from Adjoin Solutions, Inc., where he served as Chief Architect responsible for architecting system management software for web services. A member of the founding team of web calendar startup AnyDay.com, acquired by Palm, Inc. in 2000, Mr. Graziano has over ten years of industry experience and a proven track record of leading technical teams in building enterprise class, highly scalable, middleware systems. Mr. Graziano received his B.S. cum laude in Computer Engineering from Boston University.
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