To deliver value, a given business service must be highly reliable. What are the challenges to reliability? And, if reliability is based on broad accessibility, guaranteed continuity, and high performance – aren’t those all dependent on IT? If IT is driving reliability, who is accountable, IT or Business? Shouldn’t IT share accountability?
Rob Reeg, President, Global Technology and Operations, MasterCard World Wide
Rob Reeg is president, Global Technology and Operations. Based at the Global Technology and Operations headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, he also serves as a member of the company’s Executive Committee and Management Council. Employees ... More View all posts
Rob Reeg is president, Global Technology and Operations. Based at the Global Technology and Operations headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, he also serves as a member of the company’s Executive Committee and Management Council. Employees in Global Operations are located across the globe with major centers located in St. Louis, Purchase, Miami, Singapore, Brussels, Sydney, and Chennai. Previously, Rob was chief technology officer for MasterCard Worldwide. Prior to his role as chief technology officer, he was responsible for systems development activities. Rob was responsible for leading the $160mm core processing systems reengineering effort at MasterCard. This multi-year effort was delivered on budget and on schedule and provides MasterCard with the leading payments processing platform in the industry. The globally deployed software and computer network processes over 25 billion payment card transactions annually and is responsible for the transfer of more than $1 trillion dollars between financial institutions each year. Prior to joining MasterCard, Rob held IT and business leadership positions with Sprint Corp., Cleveland Pneumatic, Totco Inc., and Conoco Inc. Rob serves on the University of Missouri-St. Louis Leadership Council, Washington University’s Professional Degree Programs Academic Advisory Board, and the United Way of Greater St. Louis’ Technology Committee. In addition, he is the chairman of the St. Louis Junior Achievement’s Board of Directors. Less View all posts