During Dvorak’s years at Forsythe, he has held a number of national management positions and earned numerous distinctions. Most recently, he was senior vice president, general manager, responsible for serving clients in the company’s central area. Prior to that, he was responsible for the establishment and development of the company’s western area, which experienced double-digit growth in product sales and professional consulting services under his leadership. Dvorak’s contributions include the creation of Forsythe’s annual Executive Customer Council (ECC) and Forsythe’s chief information officer (CIO) Essentials professional services offering.
His industry experience includes both software and hardware solutions at Unisys Corporation (F/K/A Burroughs Corp.), Dun & Bradstreet Software (f/k/a MSA Software), and Computer Associates, Inc. (F/K/A Cullinet Software).
He earned bachelor’s degrees in both physics and economics at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois. He also received his MBA from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. Dvorak also participates in the Kellogg Technology Strategy Summit (KTSS) program at Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and Stanford’s Graduate School of Management Innovative CIO program.
Dvorak is a national advisory board member for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and board member of Forsythe Technology, Inc. (FTI), Forsythe Solutions Group, Inc. (FSG) and Forsythe/McArthur Associates, Inc. (FMA). Dvorak has lectured at several universities on IT leadership and the need for IT and business unification.
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