Bill Haser is a business-oriented IT Executive with over 30 years of experience and a history of adopting IT strategy to meet transformational global business needs and new technology opportunities.
Expertise – Business Transformation, Business Process Optimization, IT and Process Governance, IT Strategy, Strategic Planning, Organizational Change Management, Enterprise Integration, Vendor Management
CMG Frameworks — Strategy and Scenario Planning, Business Optimization and Transformation, Smart Factories, and Smart Buildings.
Mr. Haser was most recently vice president and chief information officer with Tenneco an $9.3 billion global manufacturing company. In this role, Mr. Haser had responsibility for the company’s global information technology operations. Mr. Haser led several iterations of IT transformations, most recently adopting a bimodal IT organization to position Tenneco to become a more digital company. Initial results of this transformation included significant improvements in the company’s capabilities for analytics, engineering program management, supply chain planning, customer understanding, and manufacturing planning.
Mr. Haser was named Tenneco’s Global CIO in 2002. Prior he served as vice president and CIO for Tenneco’s American businesses and as vice president and CIO of Tenneco Packaging. In both roles Bill lead the deployment of common business processes across business units enabled by ERP system consolidations. Prior to entering IT, Bill held roles in manufacturing, engineering, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, general management, and finance.
Mr. Haser is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and holds a BS in chemical engineering from Cornell University.