Cameron

Laghaeian

Business Transformation Leader with Technical Prowess Matched by Entrepreneurial Spirit

Partner
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Leadership Roles
  • Founder and Chief Executive Officer – Tecodo
  • Chief Innovation Officer – Capital Novus
  • Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer – Urban Land Institute
  • Chief Technology Officer – Global/Chief Information Officer, North America – LaFarge Group
  • Vice President and Chief Information Officer – Osram Sylvania

Cameron is a Partner in Fortium Partners’ East region, where he primarily serves organizations in manufacturing, the nonprofit arena, and professional services firms.  He has achieved success leading global business transformation initiatives in the automotive, technology, consumer packaged goods, and aerospace sectors.  His sound business knowledge allows him to develop sophisticated IT strategies and solutions with significant ROI.

As a Chief Information Officer, Cameron has been responsible for major ERP systems implementations, establishment of a project management office and re-engineering of business processes.  He has recruited skilled technology professionals, negotiated shared services agreements, and conducted a review of governance policies and procedures.  He has deep expertise in deployment of Microsoft Azure Cloud solutions for IaaS, SaaS, PaaS and IoT.  Working in a multi-billion dollar company, he was well regarded for defining corporate wide technical strategy and then partnering closely with business unit leadership on adoption of new systems.  

Serving as a Chief Innovation Officer, he led a refocus of business priorities from traditional consulting to a software product orientation with key strategic partnerships.  He championed the design and successful launch of a cloud-based suite of governance, risk management and compliance applications.  As a Chief Technology Officer, Cameron determined the technology platform required to support and engage with a corporate membership base at a mission-driven nonprofit.  Of note, he was granted a patent (Pat. No. 10417602) for utilizing machine learning to determine item importability into the US.

Cameron graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Houston and earned a Masters of Business Administration from Boston University.