Mr. Jeff Siok has 15 years of experience in the Information Technology field and 13 years’ experience in IT consulting within the Healthcare, Financial Services, Manufacturing, and Technology industries. He has been involved in driving Business Development, Delivery Oversight, and Partner Management activities throughout his career. Jeff focuses on establishing and growing client and partner relationships and working collaboratively to craft and deliver solutions that solve his clients’ most critical business challenges. He believes that successful client relationships are built on trust, integrity, and transparency.
Most recently, Jeff served as Business Development Executive for NVISIA, LLC, a Chicago-based IT consultancy, responsible for Sales, Delivery, Partner Management, and Marketing initiatives. Technology focus areas included Custom Development, Architecture and Integration, and Data Management. Prior to that, Jeff served as Senior Account Executive for Magenic Technologies, a Microsoft-focused consultancy, in their Chicago region. Jeff also served in various Senior Account Executive roles at Sogeti USA, a division of Capgemini, responsible for working with large clients in the Chicago market to deliver a broad range of business and technology solutions. Jeff began his career in IT consulting with Software Architects as an Account Executive, responsible for developing new relationships for the firm in the Chicago market and selling strategic technology solutions to a broad client base.
Outside of the office, Jeff enjoys spending time with his wife Laini, his sons John, Ryan, and Charlie, and his daughter Samantha. When he’s not chauffeuring his kids around town to various school and sports activities, Jeff enjoys playing golf, exercising, reading nonfiction books, and spending time with his extended family.
Jeff received a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He also spends time volunteering for various local community organizations in the Chicago area.
“Treat people how you would like to be treated.”