Analysts International Corporation (AIC), an IT services company, has appointed William Wolff as senior vice president (SVP) and as chief financial officer (CFO). With over 25 years of proven experience in the technology industry, Wolff most recently served as chief executive officer (CEO) and CFO at TeamKLIPZ, a startup company that provides a video hosting website for youth sports. In these roles, he was responsible for all business strategy, technology, finance and marketing activities of the organisation.
Prior to that, Wolff was CEO of Dascom Systems Group, a full-service systems integrator of audio, video and digital broadcast systems. There, he was responsible for taking the company from an entrepreneurial stage organisation to an industry leading systems integration firm. During his tenure, Wolff attained a revenue growth rate of more than 30% a year, improved the organisation’s cash position three-fold and negotiated major agreements with key vendors that resulted in significant cost savings for the business.
During the course of his career, Wolff has held a variety of senior leadership positions with other technology companies including, MakeMusic, Cross USA, Open Systems Holdings and Springboard Software.
Wolff holds degrees in Business Management and Accounting from Minnesota State University, Mankato.
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