David C. Burdick
I save millions of dollars on negotiations!
David C. Burdick's Bio:
Business Relationship Manager, Global Development Group in Global Technology Delivery Group at Xerox - This covers Software tools and support, CAD and Electrical Engineering in the joint venture between Xerox and HCL
Previously, the Director for Supplier Relationship Managers at Xerox.
Previous 3 years he was the manager of Microsoft Active Directory at Xerox, the Xerox Developers Network and Owner of the Global IP address plan (managing a Class "A" network block) Previous 10 years Project Manager of Global Wide Area Network at Xerox
University of Rochester, Simon School - Negotiations class (2010)Rochester Institute of Technology - Outsourcing and Global management class (2009) Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified (2008)
Specialties: Contract Negotiations, Technical Support for Bid Response, Large scale global directory and LDAP design, Large scale global router architecture design
David C. Burdick's Experience:
Business Relationship Manager at XeroxNovember 2013 - Present
Global Development Group (GDG) Global Technology Delivery Group (GTDG) Manager for the ~$16M Engineering joint venture between Xerox and HCL Specifically all Software tools and support, CAD and Electrical design groups.
Principal Sourcing Relationship Manager at XeroxDecember 2010 - November 2013
Saved $2.6M on Initial $9.7M Software acquisitions in the first 12 months on the job
Global Manager - Microsoft Active Directory and LDAP at XeroxApril 1998 - December 2010
Migrated worldwide platform to Server 2008. Worked on IP Telephony integration. Updated all governing documentation for Active Directory management (over 40 "run books")
Student at Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester2010 - 2010
Completed the Negotiations Program, Spring 2010 in the top 25% of the class.
Senior Network Architect at IBM1995 - 1998
Ran the Architecture Review Board for a year - vetted designs that deviated from our standards for customer deployment.
Health Sciences Network Services at Eastman Kodak1989 - 1992
Built "software robots" designed to act as a person at a TN3270 terminal and aid testing and migration of data into a new SAP instance for Eastman Kodak
David C. Burdick's Education:
Hollins University1989 – 1991MA
Kenyon College1985 – 1989BAConcentration: Biology
Allendale Columbia1970 – 1985High School DiplomaConcentration: Biology
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