Jeff Scott

Jeff Scott

http://www.DSAutomation.com
Vice President, Projects & Customer Advocacy, Data Science Automation
Pittsburgh, PA, US
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Jeff earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Computer Science. After graduating he went to work for PPG Industries as IT Manager at their La Porte, TX Fine Chemical Plant. After returning to Pittsburgh, he held various IT positions within the Chemicals and Coatings businesses and was responsible for developing database and web applications.

Jeff was instrumental in implementing a business unit wide ERP for the Aircraft Windshield Division in Huntsville, AL. During his time at PPG he met and worked with Richard Brueggman in the Management Sciences Group. During his time in Management Sciences, he oversaw the update to their Capacity Planning and Master Scheduling application which are used by multiple businesses and facilities.

Ultimately Jeff decided to join Data Science Automation as a Project Manager. In this role he supervised the execution of projects, taught LabVIEW classes, and supported the company infrastructure. Jeff was most recently promoted to Director, Operation & Information Technology and is currently responsible for scheduling, resourcing, and developing the engineering talent within the organization. Jeff is an NI Certified LabVIEW Architect and NI Certified Professional Instructor. He also holds certifications as a Project Management Professional and Microsoft Certified Professional.

As Vice President, Projects & Customer Advocacy, Jeff is responsible for building and leading effective project teams, while ensuring automation project success by applying project management discipline and effective communication practices to meet customer goals.  Key to this role, is developing project leaders and processes that will continue to provide exceptional value, enhance the customer experience, manage evolving expectations, and ensure customer success.

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