The former CIO and vice president of information management at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Jack Cooper, has joined Concord Communications' board of directors in the US.
Concord specialises in automating technology management of the Internet infrastructure.
While at Bristol-Myers Squibb Cooper oversaw 1500 employees, managed a substantial operating budget and led the introduction of five new company-wide IT initiatives which resulted in significant cost savings.
With extensive enterprise IT experience, Cooper has served as CIO and corporate vice president at global premium beverage company Seagram and served as president and CEO of IT services company CSX Technology, a subsidiary of CSX Corporation.
He has also held IT management positions at the University of South Carolina at Columbia and Washington University in St Louis.
Cooper has spoken at various global industry forums and has served on the editorial board of Computerworld US.