Mark Settle

Mark Settle is Chief Information Officer at BMC Software. Mark joined BMC Software in June 2008. He has served as the chief information officer of four Fortune 300 companies: Corporate Express, Arrow Electronics, Visa International and Occidental Petroleum. Mark has worked in a variety of industries including consumer products, high-tech distribution, financial services, and oil and gas. During the early stages of his career, Mark was the director of a systems integration business unit within Hughes Aircraft Company. Mark is a former Air Force officer and NASA program scientist. His formal training is in the geological sciences. He received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from MIT and a PhD from Brown University. He can be reached at [email protected]

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