Mark Hadland, Managing Partner, CEO
Mark Hadland plays the role of digital transformer, both on offense as a disruptor to existing business models, and on defense on behalf of large enterprises facing digital disruption, wholesale threats to their business models, and core transformation change programs, by leveraging Level 11’s deep capabilities in Digital Transformation.
Mark is a highly skilled and experienced executive, with more than 25 years of experience in the technology and consulting industries. He is skilled at climbing mountains, both literally and figuratively, as well as delivering large-scale complex programs, rescuing challenged projects, repairing client relationships, reciting lines from Spinal Tap, solving technology problems, addressing organizational issues and growing businesses.
As founder and CEO of Level 11, Mark Hadland provides the leadership for market positioning and strategy, business development, service and solution offerings, client delivery and quality oversight.
Key capabilities in Mark’s vast toolkit and the Level 11 portfolio include Connected Ecosystems, Internet of Things platforms, Location Services leveraging Level 11’s lok8 IP platform, customer experience management (CEM) & data analytics leveraging Level 11’s korl8 platform – all grounded with Level 11’s staggering engineering talent.
Mark began his career while working on his degree in electrical engineering at the University of Washington, gaining experience with the Department of Defense, Microsoft, and Puget Sound Energy. He has since worked for Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), Cisco Systems, and CGI.
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