James D. Bartlett, Jr, Vice-President, Technology Sector for Sopheon a 25 year veteran in the technology industry.
Currently he is Vice-President, Technology Sector for Sopheon Corporation.
Prior to joining Sopheon, Bartlett founded and spent five years leading Pinnicle Management Associates, a senior management consulting practice.
Previously, Bartlett served as EVP and Chief Operating Officer of Internet Commerce & Communications (IC&C). Before joining IC&C, he served as Corporate Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Storage Technology Corporation, a multi-billion dollar Fortune 1000 enterprise (subsequently merged with Sun Microsystems).
Previously, Bartlett held a number of executive positions at IBM, including as Worldwide Product Line Executive of the ThinkPad business unit, Vice-President of the Aptiva brand, and as Vice-President/Director, Consumer Solutions & Strategy, with worldwide profit and loss responsibility for a range of business areas, including mobile computing, options, home networking and licensing. During his tenure at IBM, Bartlett was recognized by the company as one of the top 250 most valuable employees within the corporation and was the recipient of IBM’s Blue Chip Award. Before joining IBM, Bartlett held executive positions at N.V. Philips, and NEC Corporation.
Bartlett received a B.S. degree from Northern Arizona University, and an executive certificate in Brand Management from University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. He serves as a board member for the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, Colorado Internet Keiretsu, and Gateway Battered Women’s Services. Bartlett also serves on the board of advisors for Christian University Global Net, and as an executive advisor for CTEK.