Michael Amiot is a highly respected senior business consultant and deep technologist with expertise in mergers and acquisitions, IT strategic planning, IT organization management, large-scale project and program management, business process improvement, and custom solution design and development. He also has significant experience in technical education, product design and development, marketing, business intelligence, software evaluation and selection, and strategic planning. This expertise formed West Monroe’s specialized offering in software due diligence and post-close integration.
Michael’s blend of business and technology acumen, including strong communication skills and ability to align IT investments with business objectives, have made him a trusted consultant to both technical and business executives across an array of industries, including private equity, high tech, financial services, government, leasing, consulting, non-profit, insurance, healthcare, and higher education. Clients regularly recognize his strong grasp of business and technical issues, as well as his willingness to tackle tough challenges.
Michael joined West Monroe Partners from NTT Data/The Revere Group, where he was vice president for the Advanced Technologies practice. As a national solution center leader, he was responsible for managing all facets of the practice, including business planning, sales, alliances, team development, staffing, marketing, and research and development. In addition to leading complex consulting projects, he also has served in interim chief information officer (CIO) roles for several clients.
Michael began his career with Andersen Consulting and also served as a marketing, human resources, training, and consulting services partner for DC Systems.
Michael earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Iowa State University. He is a frequent author and speaker on a variety of topics, including mobile strategies, enterprise content management, e-business, IT investments, business and IT alignment, and program/project management.