Patrick Casey joins ConsulTech as Chief Executive Officer
Date: Mar 02, 2004
ConsulTech, a Bloomington, Indiana based technology services firm, announced today that Patrick Casey has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer. Casey will immediately be responsible for the overall management of the company, including customer relations, service management, strategic planning, personnel, and business development.
Casey has significant technology management experience, with 27 years in the information technology field. Prior to joining ConsulTech, Casey served as Vice President for Information Technology at InterArt Distribution on Bloomington’s west side. While at InterArt, Casey led efforts to install the Oracle enterprise suite, while expanding technology services and cutting costs. He also played a pivotal role in the development of InterArt’s sales management systems used by its retail clients.
We are extremely pleased to have someone of Patrick’s caliber take the leadership role at ConsulTech,” stated Ari Vidali, ConsulTech founder. “He brings more than just 27 years of solid technology management experience to the company. Patrick embraces the principles of customer service and quality that have always been ConsulTech core values.”
Prior to his role at InterArt, Casey served on the Indiana University’s computing staff for 15 years in a variety of technical and leadership roles. He played a key role in the merger of Bloomington Academic Computing with IU’s statewide business systems unit in the 1990s, and spearheaded IU computing’s entry into total quality management.
ConsulTech has been a high-quality technology partner for small and medium-sized companies in the Bloomington area for a long time”, says Casey. “ConsulTech’s leadership staff is very customer focused. Their accent on service quality makes this a great match for me. I am proud to be invited to join their team, and very happy to get the opportunity to contribute to the company’s future.”
Casey completed his Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University’s College of Arts and Sciences in 1975, and later studied at IU’s Graduate School of Business He has been a Bloomington resident since 1971.