At A Glance
- Chief Product Officer, CTO, Global Head of Consulting, Board of Directors
- Industry recognized technical and product management expertise leading to the launch of every day digital products (Discover Card, New York Times, Safeway)
- Global business operations with full P&L (North America, Europe, Asia)
- Venture partner and fund raising
- Double digit revenue growth
- Strategic growth through M&A
- Led or supported launch of 11 early stage companies
Key Leadership Accomplishments
- Global transformation of all business ERP and IT processes for a top-three consumer product goods company. Responsible for organizational re-design, process engineering and creating of new internal departments and roles to support the consolidation of five SAP instances to one
- Conceived and grew multiple IT services lines for a tier II consultancy. Grew revenues to $100+ million on three continents. Won six industry global awards for excellence.
- Redesign of Catalina Marketing’s global coupon platform (31,000+ retailers). Recognized by Gartner as a best in place Business Process Management solution.
Lawrence I. Lerner is a corporate entrepreneur with a keen eye for market relevance who envisions and builds digital products and services across the globe. His early interest in taking apart complex problems honed his multi-disciplined solution approach. He has launched more than a dozen $10+ million corporate products across multiple industries (retail, high-tech, media and entertainment) and IT services. With a passion for growth and transformation, his expertise is in payment solutions, strategy, enterprise architecture, Big Data, mobile/social media, IT security and product marketing.
While successfully creating businesses on three continents, Lawrence served as a change leader on executive teams. He has created $100 million business lines and launched new product/services for some of the worlds’ top brands, including Motorola, Catalina Marketing, The New York Times, DHL and Safeway Stores. Over the past 20 years, he’s helped launch 11 early stage companies.