Leveraging Technology to Improve Business Performance:
Jacobs Enterprise Management Consulting (jemcon) was originally established, in 1998, to help companies leverage technology to improve business performance.
Currently, jemcon's founder, Gary Jacobs is a leader in FTI’s Technology Transformation Practice, focusing on Business and Technology Transformations and Transactions. Gary has over 30 years of experience in the consumer and industrial goods, manufacturing and distribution, media and entertainment, telecommunications, technology, healthcare, and business services industries.
Gary often serves as interim CEO, CFO and CIO for venture backed startups and mid-sized private equity portfolio companies. In this capacity, Gary partners with a wide range of private equity deal teams, operating partners, corporate boards and company executives, on engagements focused on strategic planning, corporate development, financial reporting, business intelligence, enterprise resource planning, digital transformation, operations automation, right-sizing, cost containment, turnarounds, pre- and post-transaction M&A, carve-outs, stand-ups, add-ons, value creation, recapitalizations and exit optimization. In this capacity,
Gary holds an MBA from Adelphi University, and a BS in Accounting and Economics from the State University of New York. He also studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Massachusetts, Digital Media Strategy at New York University, and Artificial Intelligence at MIT Sloan School of Management.
Gary is a frequent lecturer at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business on: Business Strategy, Creating Value through Mergers and Acquisitions, and Transformative Leadership.