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    Bill Miller is a seasoned technology executive and former CIO who has served in executive-level roles for the past 12 years. He is currently an Executive Director in the Transaction Advisory Services practice at Ernst and Young, where he is focused on leading the delivery of IT separation and integration services for clients going through a merger, acquisition or divestiture.

    Prior to joining EY, Mr. Miller was the Chief Information Officer at Energy Maintenance Services, an oilfield services company based in Houston, where he had overall responsibility for all information technology functions, including applications, infrastructure, project management, and support. Bill also managed non-IT functions including treasury, HR, legal, and procurement, as the head of EMS Shared Services.

    Mr. Miller was previously the Vice President of Application Development at Travel Guard-AIG, where he led a team of 113 personnel in the U.S., UK, India and the Philippines in the development and deployment of custom-built, global e-business applications. Prior to that, Mr. Miller was the Vice President of Enterprise Applications at Mylan Labs and spent 9 years at Deloitte providing management consulting service to clients in the life sciences, financial, manufacturing and services industries. His various consulting and industry roles have enabled him to lead and deliver projects in over 20 countries in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

    Mr. Miller has been published multiple times in various technology-related magazines such as CIO Review, Energy CIO Insights, 1IT Enterprise and CXOUSA. He has also served twice as a panelist at CIO Synergy in Houston, offering thought leadership and insights with an audience of peer-level senior technology executives.

    Mr. Miller holds a B.S. in Accounting from Lehigh University and has been a Certified Public Accountant with an active license since 1996. He resides in The Woodlands, Texas with his wife and three children.

    The opinions expressed in this blog are those of William P. Miller and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.