Former TIAA Bank CIO Launches Consulting Firm for the Digital Economy
DEC 9, 2020 - 7:59 am
Denis Stypulkoski, former commercial information officer for TIAA Bank, launched Reimagine Advisors, a consulting firm designed to help organizations compete in the digital economy. The company’s primary focus is advising organizations on creating their own digital business strategy and guiding leaders on how to pivot from a traditional business model to become a digital products company.
Stypulkoski has experience with startup opportunities as well as global companies within the technology, finance and banking industries. He has envisioned, developed, delivered and managed startups and technology platforms in technology environments and focused on revenue creation, digitalization, operations effectiveness and efficiency.
“Having been blessed with the learnings from nearly 30 years of experience, including several startups, the ultimate satisfaction and reward is to pay it forward to the next generation of leaders and businesses,” Stypulkoski said. “Hence the launch of my new business, Reimagine Advisors.”
The consulting practice services will include:
Digital Business Strategy – Creating a continuous delivery culture to compete in a digital economy
Digital by Design – Reinventing customer and employee experience to be a digital competitor
Business Agility – Implementation of a sustainable framework for rapid response.
“I look forward to sharing, challenging, mentoring and advising and helping others to reimagine their businesses to be best positioned for the next generation of growth in a digital economy,” Stypulkoski said.
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