Mark Ohrvall

Over 30 years of global leadership experience in solving business problems (Life Sciences) utilizing information technology capabilities. Significant experience partnering with executive management teams in developing strategic information technology roadmaps, plans, sourcing and successfully delivering programs that enable business growth and digital transformation. Retired early from Eli Lilly and Company where he spent 29 years in various roles of increasing responsibility at the company. His natural curiosity took him through many facets of IT at Lilly, managing programs and people in teams around the world. He tackled IT challenges for an organization with tens of thousands of users, working with executive-level leadership on projects ranging from Y2K preparations to the massive implementation of Microsoft Sharepoint to create LillyNet, an employee collaboration tool. By 2017, he was finishing his career at Lilly developing an enterprise-wide program in computer security. Significant technical experience with general infrastructure, SalesForce, SharePoint, ServiceNow, Box, Process Automation, Security Platforms and Enterprise Architecture. Mark is currently the SVP / Center Head for the Midwest driving regional sales and centers in Indianapolis, St. Louis and Sacramento.


Posts by Mark Ohrvall

Tech taking its rightful place at the boardroom table

Startups are exploiting big companies’ inability to respond to today’s digital world. Once they find a few weaknesses, it’s only a matter of time before their industry disruption begins to impact balance sheets in a meaningful way. Corporate leaders know this, too, and that’s why the best leaders are trying to make their companies more 

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Internet of Things: Connection Without Commitment And Loyalty Without Labels

No, this is not another column announcing the latest app for meeting local or global singles, so I apologize if that’s why you clicked. However, this IS about the connections consumers have with their beloved technology and how your company can evolve before being stood up. Intelligent products and services are moving from being standalone 

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