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Dave DuBose receives 2018 Central Ohio Tech Power Player Award

November 27, 2018 Topics:

Sedlak VP Dave DuBose and his wifeCongratulations to Dave DuBose, Vice President at Sedlak Supply Chain Consultants, for receiving the Central Ohio Tech Power Player Award for 2018. This award recognizes CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, and other senior-level IT executives in the region who demonstrate leadership excellence in technology.

DuBose is a member of the Central Ohio CIO Forum, an innovative group based in Columbus that addresses challenges in the technology community. Before joining Sedlak, DuBose served as VP of Supply Chain Solutions and IT/CIO at Inoveris (formerly Metatec). He also has large-scale IT selection and implementation experience as a retailer and as a consultant.

DuBose is grateful to have the support of technology professionals and organizations in Central Ohio. “Columbus has a one-of-a-kind IT community,” he says. “I have benefited by being a part of such a fantastic, forward-thinking group of leaders who seek to make our profession and our region better through their engagement.”

The Tech Power Player Award is presented by comSpark, a media property of Cincinnati-based publisher Lead Tribune Media Group. Earlier this year, DuBose was interviewed on the comSpark Podcast about the wealth of IT leadership in Central Ohio, and the episode will be posted within the next few months.

DuBose and the 2018 honorees were also invited to attend the comSpark Tech Power Player Awards Event at the Columbus Athenaeum a few weeks ago. The speakers were local and global IT leaders who shared their perspectives on Columbus’ role as an emerging hub of technology leadership.

If you’re interested in learning more about Dave DuBose’s technology experience or the IT and systems services offered by Sedlak, contact us at info@jasedlak.com.

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