Gary Krudys

Adjunct Professor

Gary is an Information Technology professional with over 25 years leading and managing enterprise wide IT organizations for well-known global manufacturing firms to include Welch Allyn, Legrand/Pass & Seymour, and Bristol-Myers Squibb. Focus areas include Business Intelligence, Enterprise Resource Planning, Application Development Methodology, Change Management, and Customer Data Management. During his tenure at Welch Allyn, Gary held the position of CIO and more recently Sr. Manager of Business Intelligence where he lead business, IT, and outsource providers in the global implementation of SAP’s Business Intelligence suite and subsequent sustaining Business Intelligence development initiatives. Gary’s current position is Director of Analytics and Reporting with HealtheConnections. HealtheConnections is a Regional Health Information Exchange which aggregates, integrates, and manages electronic health care records for over 1.5 million patients in 11 central New York counties.

In addition to industry experience, Gary has been an adjunct faculty member at Syracuse University’s iSchool for 16 years teaching Systems Analysis & Design, Applied Data Science Using R, and Advanced Information Analytics, and Information Visualization. He also has 20 years’ experience as an adjunct faculty member at LeMoyne College’s School of Business teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Information Strategy and Management with a focus on Business Intelligence and ERP.

Gary has an MBA in Finance & International Business from Syracuse University’s School of Business and a BS in Computers and Information Science from King’s College (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.).

Notable awards include Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt, Computer Professional of the Year (ACM), and the Bene Merenti service award from LeMoyne College.

Publications include: Infusing Learning into the Information Systems Organization – tri-authored with Mohan Tanniru, Dean Oakland University School of Business Administration, and Ritu Agarwal, Professor & Robert H. Smith Dean’s Chair of Information Systems, University of Maryland, European Journal of Information Systems, 1997