Profile of Frank J. DeLucaPrincipal, B2Y Solutions
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Frank DeLuca is Principal of B2Y Solutions LLC. A high-energy, business-focused executive, he specializes in technology and service delivery operations with a focus on rapid growth, mergers and acquisitions, business model changes, major relocations, outsourcing, and downsizing. Prior to forming B2Y Solutions, he was Senior Vice President and head of corporate information technology for Access Group Inc., a leading provider of financial services in the student lending industry. Before Access Group, he served as SVP of information technology for American Business Financial Services, a sub-prime mortgage lender focused on high-quality credit and strong default aversion. His responsibilities included the development of short- and long-term information system strategies and tactical plans to meet ABFS's business objectives as well as building a team to support the high rate of growth being projected. Frank also was a Senior Director with SunGard Recovery Services for over 9 years and spent more than 12 years with Continental Bank, where his responsibilities included the planning and management functions of various bank operations and data processing departments, with an emphasis in operational analysis and strategic planning. Frank serves on the CIO Advisory Board and the Marketing & Public Relations Committee for Tech Impact, a charitable organization that provides technology services and support to other charitable organizations. He also is a member of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM) and Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG). He earned his BS in management and marketing from Saint Joseph's University.
Articles by Frank J. DeLuca
How do you decide whose projects get back burnered? Don't make it a popularity contest. Run the numbers.
Realizing that you can't afford not to have a PMO is half the battle. Now it's time to take inventory.
PPM is a necessity, not a luxury. Here's how to set up a good, fast, and inexpensive program that will make the best use of pricey IT resources, without costly specialized software.