Dialexa announced in a blog post that Russell Villemez will serve as its Head of Technology Strategy. Dialexa is a technology research, design, and creation company. They work alongside clients to launch any product on any platform, from the first idea to the actual execution.
Hiring Villemez will allow Dialexa to provide new clients with an evaluation of their technology state, create future plans to meet their business objectives, and draw up a roadmap of how to achieve these roadmap initiatives.
“This establishes a new opportunity for Dialexa to implement incredible technological transformations for our clients,” said Scott Harper, Dialexa’s Co-Founder and CEO. “I am excited for Russell to join for several reasons. He has an absolutely incredible background and pedigree. He’s seen a vast amount of transformations, and thus he gives our team the required experience of having seen many companies undertake positive technological change. To top it all off he has a stellar track record of success.”
Villemez’s previous work experience includes executive leadership positions and expertise across various industries. This includes 17 years in operational roles, and 15 years in consulting roles. His experience will be paired with Dialexa’s ability to execute road-map initiatives, giving clients access to a turnkey partner for implementing technological change in their company.
A commonality across Villemez’s clients is the need for strong leadership during a transitional period. The change is typically caused by acquisitions, spin-offs, or competitive pressures. For companies to succeed during a rough patch, they can benefit from Villemez’s expertise in application portfolio rationalization, technology and architecture strategy, and business strategy, to name a few.
Villemez comments, “With this new offering Dialexa can add a tremendous amount of value to CIOs and CTOs by helping them build a winning technology strategy that integrates innovative technologies into their corporate landscape, and enabling them to accelerate the pace of change that is required to compete in the future.”