Frisco Digital Transformation Co. ETT Gets Strategic Investment and New Senior Adviser

Lanny S. Cohen is the former global chief technology and innovation officer and country board chairman & CEO for North America of Capgemini SE, a worldwide leader in consulting, technology services, and digital transformation.

A well-known tech sector executive has made a strategic investment in Frisco-based Economic Transformation Technologies in anticipation of its future disruptive technology portfolio to drive business performance and value for enterprises across the globe.

Lanny S. Cohen, who will serve as a senior adviser to ETT, is the former global chief technology and innovation officer and country board chairman & CEO for North America of Capgemini SE, a worldwide leader in consulting, technology services, and digital transformation.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Lanny Cohen to our ETT family, as we believe his wisdom, knowledge, and experience will be a great asset to our corporation and will be instrumental in our customers and partners gaining groundbreaking business results from our disruptive technologies,” ETT Chairman and CEO Christopher Condon said in a statement.

ETT said that Cohen will contribute his experience and expertise as senior adviser to ETT’s chairman & CEO, board, and executive team, assisting in market focus, business development, major accounts, business operations and execution, and strategic partnerships to ensure global scale, alignment, and stakeholder returns.

The company said the relationship and collaboration aim to leverage Cohen’s diverse backgrounds and business technology knowledge to scale the ETT SMITH Platform, utilizing its data management, interoperability, data storage, and advanced artificial intelligence solutions at the world’s largest companies.

Cohen’s career spans more than 30 years at Capgemini and Ernst & Young, and he has demonstrated leadership in various roles from consultant to partner/vice president to CEO, ETT said.

As head of Capgemini’s global Chief Technology Officer network, he has played a pivotal role in integrating new technology trends, anticipating and responding to client needs, and strengthening partnerships on technology matters.

Cohen was recognized as one of Consulting Magazine’s Top 25 Most Influential Consultants and he has been a thought leader behind Capgemini’s business technology platform, cloud, and AI strategies, and co-founded Capgemini’s Applied Innovation Exchange global network.

“Lanny is a trusted adviser for several Fortune 1000 companies, with the unique ability to solve cross-industry challenges, as proven throughout his career. We’re honored to have him join the team,” ETT President and COO Barbara Stinnett said in a statement.

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