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Dbrav Dunkley

Vice President - Emerging Markets
Dbrav Dunkley

Dbrav Dunkley

Vice President - Emerging Markets

Overview

Mr. Dbrav Dunkley has over 20 years of experience in management and technology consulting focused on working with business organizations to develop technology that supports their strategy.

He has assumed a role on the executive leadership team at Pariveda to grow the number of cities in the U.S. as well as opening Pariveda's first international location in Toronto, Ontario. He is responsible for defining the strategy for entering new markets and executing on the strategy in a way that maximizes the building of consulting's global capacity. 

He is an expert at creating greater operating efficiencies for new and emerging markets and increasing revenue potential by co-creating value with and through the development of employees, clients, accounts and markets. 

Experience

Mr. Dunkley’s industry experience includes work with energy, electronics and high-tech, telecommunications, retail, manufacturing and financial services clients from Fortune 500 companies to mid-sized organizations. He has worked on projects ranging from large scale global programs for multinational organizations to smaller point solutions targeted at specific user groups or market segments. He has worked extensively with organizations to align business strategy and processes with delivery execution and support activities. To help achieve that alignment, he has delivered solutions in a variety of areas: IT strategy, M&A planning, process improvement and technology.

Mr. Dunkley’s primary area of expertise centers on customer and partner relationship management (CRM/PRM), M&A and eCommerce solutions. He has delivered solutions enabling more efficient data management, eCommerce, B2B, B2C and channels management initiatives. His strengths include a customer service approach to problem solving, building strong teams and enabling change.

Prior to joining Pariveda Solutions, Mr. Dunkley was a principal and COO at ThoughtFarm Business and Technology Advisors, specializing in the delivery of eCommerce solutions directed at Sales and Marketing, business controls and solution selling applications as well as PMO and business strategy development. Prior to ThoughtFarm, he worked for Andersen Consulting and PriceWaterhouse.

Outside of the Office

Dbrav spends most of his free time with his family either coaching soccer, participating in scouting with his sons or traveling. He has been married to his wife for over 20 years and they have five active vibrant children, one of whom is attending Texas A&M University.

Education and Service

Dbrav graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.A. in international studies in 1990 and from Baylor University with an MBA focused on information systems in 1992. He is active in the local Scouting community as a troop committee member and has logged hundreds of hours of volunteer service and leadership to the LDS church Youth organization building and mentoring teens.

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