Chief Technology Officer - SapientNitro
CTO at SapientNitro
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Chief Technology Officer - SapientNitro
Creative + Technology, solutions conception, enterprise architecture, product development, global implementation. Multi-disciplinary problem solver. Strong creative, analytical, people development, team building, and methods improvement skills. I care about growing amazing talent and putting great work into the world.
2012, 2013 Leader in #GartnerMQ for Digital Marketing Agencies! http://gtnr.it/1kGHc5O
2013 OMMA Creative Agency of the Year
SapientNitro, part of Sapient (SAPE), is a new breed of agency redefining storytelling for an always-on world. We’re changing the way our clients engage today’s connected consumers by uniquely creating integrated, immersive stories across brand communications, digital engagement, and omni-channel commerce. We call it Storyscaping, where art and imagination meet the power and scale of systems thinking. SapientNitro’s unique combination of creative, brand and technology expertise results in one global team collaborating across disciplines, perspectives and continents to create game-changing success for our Global 1000 clients, such as Chrysler, Citi, The Coca-Cola Company, Lufthansa, Target, and Vodafone, in 31 cities across The Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific
Global CTO - SapientNitro (June 12 - Present)
VP - Global Quality & Methods - SapientNitro (Aug 10 - Present)
VP Global Technology & Delivery Lead (Nov 08 to Jul 10): big 4 US Cellular Provider website re-platform
VP General Manager / Midwest Group Lead (Jan 06 to Oct 08)
VP Business and IT Strategy Practice Lead (Sep 04 to Dec 05)
VP Global Strategic Alliances (Jan 03 to Dec 04)
VP Financial Services Vertical Technology Lead (June 00 to Dec 02)
Multiple Roles – Director Technology, Architect, Lead Developer (95 – May 00)
If you want to understand consumer behavior, you should be concerned with why people behave the way they do, and how you can create the data you need to answer difficult questions even where signals do not exist. So how exactly do you create instruments to test hypotheses about human experience? And how do you create the tools and visualizations for interpretive analysis?
In this presentation, Sheldon Monteiro, John Cain, and Thomas McLeish focus specifically on instrumented ecosystems: long-term deployments of related sensors into contexts of everyday life; and creating connected proprietary communities – for the long-term development and evaluation of products, services, and communications.
In Missing Millions: Unlocking Strategic IT Value: An
Effective Framework for Business Applications
Planning we explain how companies can exploit and
unleash the power of business applications by applying
a flexible industry-agnostic model, the Application Investment Management (AIM) Framework, which aligns
business value with application spending to achieve
immediate IT cost savings and reduce ongoing costs by
creating a simpler and more disciplined environment.
9 tips for CX executives prior to launch of major technology platforms.
As more consumer touchpoints become digitally enabled, consumer expectations will evolve. The key to rich contextual experiences is consumer insight and the power of prediction, built on centralizing intelligence and connected thinking.
Technological prowess is changing the type of stories that can be told by brands. We explore 5 relevant tech trends for 2014 for brands and marketers: mobility, big data and analytics, social media, HTML5/CSS3, and sensors.
What is the profile of a marketing technologist?
The prominence of marketing technologists and the chief marketing technologist (or CMTO) role has greatly expanded over the past six years. Just in the past year, the topic has been featured in an article in the July-August 2014 edition of the Harvard Business Review, and the first MarTech conference completely sold out. There is no denying marketing technology is hot right now.
Insight 2014 is SapientNitro's annual collection of thought leadership and research. Spanning 170+ pages, this book highlights how the agency connects technology and story for an always-on world. This is the 3rd annual edition of the book.
It is distributed in a print and digital format to our 35 global office, 10,000+ employees, and leading c-level executives.
Hilding and Lauren Cohen are the editors-in-chief.