Raymond Bordogna, PMP
Partner & Chief Strategy Officer of LiquidHub
Raymond Bordogna is a Partner and Chief Strategy Officer at LiquidHub where he co-leads the firm’s Consulting Organization and is a thought leader for technology strategy, enterprise architecture transformation, business process optimization and project management services. Mr. Bordogna also serves as Lecturer at Pennsylvania State University, where he created and teaches two courses on Business Administration: Enterprise Architecture and Marketing: e-Commerce Project Management.
Prior to joining LiquidHub, Mr. Bordogna was a Corporate Development Manager within Sun Microsystems’ Corporate Strategy Group where he analyzed strategic investments. Previously, Mr. Bordogna managed deployments of B2C, Enterprise Portals and Enterprise Application Integration projects at Broadreach Consulting. As a Global Program Manager at Tyco International, Mr. Bordogna directed global technology implementations and was responsible for the strategic use of Internet technologies.
Mr. Bordogna received his BSE from the University of Pennsylvania where he was the recipient of both the Francis G. Tatnall and Nassau Fund Awards. He holds a MSE from Stanford University and earned an MBA with Distinction from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where he dual-majored in Strategic Management and Finance. Mr. Bordogna is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and ScrumMaster (CSM).
Mr. Bordogna is also a recipient of the 2009 Philadelphia Business Journal’s 40-under-40 Award which honors those individuals who are proven performers in their respective industries and communities.
Express Enterprise Architecture
For many organizations, enterprise architecture has morphed from a simple business and IT alignment concept into a broad, arduous endeavor that makes it difficult to realize both short and long-term business value.
Express Enterprise Architecture is a contemporary approach to model-based business management that seeks to mitigate the risks associated with traditional enterprise architecture initiatives. It is an agile and cost-effective alternative methodology and set of artifacts based on years of real-world enterprise architecture program experience. It is focused on continuously linking architecture activities with value metrics thus enabling CIOs to better manage their IT organizations as a business.