Bob Moul

Bob Moul is President and CEO of Boomi. Previously, Bob was president of the global education software business at SCT (now SunGard Higher Education) and group president responsible for several software businesses at Maximus. Bob began his career with EDS, initially as a systems engineer, and advanced into senior management positions including director of EDS' operations in Hong Kong and China, and executive director of its federal government business in Australia. Bob's 28-year career has spanned all aspects of IT services, software and consulting in a variety of executive leadership, technical management and engineering roles. Bob graduated from the University of Maryland, University College, with a Master of Science degree in technology management. Bob also completed executive programs at the University of Michigan Business School and the Center for Organizational Learning at MIT. Bob serves on the advisory boards of several startup companies, and is a frequent speaker and panelist at various SAAS and cloud computing conferences. He can be reached at bmoul@boomi.com.

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