Joe Malfesi is currently Vice President, Infrastructure Services at Transaction Network Systems, Inc. (TNS), a global provider of data communications and interoperability solutions. With a presence in over 60 countries, Mr. Malfesi utilizes his extensive experience in both information technology and business line management to ensure non-stop availability of the infrastructure. Prior to joining TNS, Mr. Malfesi was the Chief Technology Operations Officer at Amtrak where he was named by the Maryland/D.C. Technology Council as the 2011 IT Executive of the Year-Government for his management of a major infrastructure improvement program relocating data centers and changing network providers while supporting the concurrent rollout of “Big Bang” SAP and the introduction of eTicketing.
In 1989 Mr. Malfesi joined Hughes Network Systems (HNS) as the senior information technology officer where he blueprinted the system architecture that supported a 600% revenue growth. His last role at HNS was as Chief Technology Officer, focusing on evaluating emerging technologies, developing roadmaps, reducing infrastructure costs and leading the development for business continuity and information security strategies. Mr. Malfesi has also held management positions at a computer manufacturer, a health care services company, and an appliance distributor.
Mr. Malfesi graduated from Fordham University with a B.S. in Marketing Management. He also holds an M.B.A. from New York University with concentrations in Computer Applications and Accounting. He is board Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) and was named to the International Who’s Who of Information Technology in 1998. Mr. Malfesi has been an active member of the Society for Information Management (SIM) for over twenty years and is currently the Chairman of the Capital Area Chapter and a member of the Advanced Practices Council. He has been a guest speaker at the Robert H. Smith School of Business CIO Forum, SAP Admin & Infrastructure Conference and a judge at the annual American University Kogod Case Competition since 2005.