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Michael Butler

Principal
Michael Butler

Michael Butler

Principal

Overview

Michael brings over 15 years of experience in technology consulting services with a passion for coaching and mentoring. As a technology advisor, Michael helps clients design and execute technology transformations, enabling his clients to approach change with confidence and adapt implementation tactics to achieve intended results. Michael is a driven people developer who builds high-performing, cross-functional teams that consistently operate at the highest levels of delivery excellence.

Experience

Prior to joining Pariveda Solutions, Michael served as a technology specialist and senior project manager at Deloitte Consulting. Michael’s client service focused on developing techniques to allow U.S. Federal Government agencies to more effectively structure and efficiently deliver complex IT programs. Michael also advised clients on adoption of IT business management practices, enabling more accurate insight into operational costs, greater accountability and transparency, and sustained performance improvements. Michael has published whitepapers on results-oriented IT management practices, and spoken at both DC-area and national events on program management.

Prior to his experience with Deloitte Consulting, Michael served a systems architect and software engineer for Accenture and other technology companies.

Outside of the Office

Michael enjoys spending time with his wife and children. He is an avid skier, and generally appreciates any opportunity to get outside. Michael loves to cook, and a typical weekend involves finding a new recipe to try out with his family.

Education and Service

Michael received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from West Virginia University, with a Master of Science in eCommerce from Carnegie Mellon.

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