Jack Dziak is a Senior Executive in the enterprise IT and communications services industries. In a career spanning over 30 years, he has extensive global experience in managing complex technology businesses from hyper-scaled IT and communications services to systems integration and strategic consulting.
Jack is the CEO and Founder of Dziak Advisory Services LLC, an advisory firm which provides strategic, financial, operational and technology consulting to digital infrastructure, software and services industries as well as Private Equity and Venture investors. Most recently, Jack was the President and COO of Apcela, a provider of managed application acceleration and software-defined networking services for global enterprises. Prior, he was Executive Vice President Global Products and Chief Strategy Officer at Sungard Availability Services (2011-2017), with P&L responsibility for the $1.2B global product, service and solutions portfolio (including private and public managed cloud, disaster recovery, security, storage, backup, colocation and other virtualized production and recovery services). In addition, he was responsible for the global strategic distribution relationships
with major strategic partners in the Hybrid IT ecosystem. He also filled the role of Chief Strategy Officer.
Throughout his career Jack has held senior level strategy and development leadership positions with Neustar, Inc., Sprint Nextel, and MCI Communications (sold to Verizon in 2006). He had a 15-year career in strategy and technology consulting during which he was a Partner in Accenture's Communications and High-Tech industry practice. Jack started his career at Coopers & Lybrand, where he was the lead financial economist for the privatization of national telecommunications concerns in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. During his career, he has worked in over 30 countries.
Jack holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business with concentrations in Finance and Economics. He also holds a BS (Cum Laude) in Economics from Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). He contributed to The Economic Report of the President, while working in The White House as a Junior Economist for the President's Council of Economic Advisers in 1987.